In the classic tale of Orpheus & Eurydice, Eurydice is bitten by a prop snake and now prepares herself for death in the classic drawn-out death aria. This version takes the Gluck classic "How can I live without my Euridice?" and turns it on its head to "How can Orpheus live with out me?"
This comic aria is just a few too many dashes of overdramaticism, which should be just enough for the overdramatic soprano.
Instrumentation: Soprano (C4 - B5), Piano
Price: $12 CAD
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This recording is from the original version of the opera with wind septet