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Deh vieni alla finestra (aus der Oper 'Don Giovanni') - click for larger image
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Deh vieni alla finestra (aus der Oper 'Don Giovanni') - Sample sheet music
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Title Deh vieni alla finestra (aus der Oper 'Don Giovanni')
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Solo for voice/song
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band); VoSoBar (baritone vocal solo)
Instrumentation/info Solo f. 1Voc; / (or); 1Tnh; / (or); 1Brt/; 1Trb; / (or); 1Fag
Format PrtStm (full score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 2063
Year of publication 2010
Composer Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Arranger Reinau, Thorsten
Opus no. KV 527
Difficulty level 3
Duration 2:00
Additional info/contents The famous aria of the "Don Giovanni" from the opera of the same name by W. A. Mozart. Playable as solo for voice (baritone) or as instrumental solo for tenor horn, baritone, trombone or bassoon.
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Programme notes: additional text

The opera Don Giovanni was composed mainly in Vienna and Prague and is an ingenious mixture of love relationships on various social levels, also with regard to their tragic and otherwise hilarious consequences.
Don Giovanni was often described as the "opera of all operas". There has been much controversy as to whether - based on the term Dramma giocoso - Mozart, in contrast to the opera buffa, has rather striven for a musical drama. However, it is now known that the term Dramma giocoso is only the generic term used for libretto prints for comic operas. Mozart himself has entered Don Giovanni in his own catalogue of works as Opera buffa. Don Giovanni starts from the genre of opera buffa; thus Leporello is almost the prototype of the cowardly and voracious, but witty and quick-witted servant, an ancient comedy figure. Zerlina and Masetto also belong to the world of opera buffa. The comedic play of disguise and deception - also a typical element of Opera buffa - can also be found here. Following the tradition of the opera semiseria, as it is given in Mozart's La finta giardiniera, for example, Mozart and Da Ponte have also planned half-serious (Donna Elvira, Don Giovanni) and serious (Donna Anna, Don Ottavio) roles. Unlike most other Don Juan operas of the 18th century, the opera ends - at least formally - with a lieto fine, a good outcome.

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