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A Serpina penserete, from Intermezzo Secondo of La Serva Padrona by Giovanni Pergolesi
Sung by Serpina.     Voice Part: soprano    Fach: soubrette
Synopsis: Serpina has come up with a trick to get Uberto to marry her. She tells him that she has found a handsome man to marry and then, in melodramatic sorrow, laments how Uberto will probably forget her after she is gone.
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Range: Tessitura:
D4 - G5F4 - G5
Sempre in contrasti, from Intermezzo Primo of La Serva Padrona by Giovanni Pergolesi
Sung by Uberto.     Voice Part: bass    Fach: lyric bass
Synopsis: Uberto is waiting for his chocolate which his servant Serpina was supposed to bring him three hours ago. However, it never showed up and now he is getting ready to go out. He tells Serpina how he does not like waiting around for things.
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Range: Tessitura:
F2 - F4D3 - D4
Son imbrogliato io giĆ , from Intermezzo Secondo of La Serva Padrona by Giovanni Pergolesi
Sung by Uberto.     Voice Part: bass    Fach: lyric bass
Synopsis: Uberto's servant, Serpina, has told him that she is getting married. To this point, Uberto thought she was a pain, but now he feels disappointment that she will soon be gone. He isn't sure whether he has fallen in love with her or just sorry that she is leaving.
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Range: Tessitura:
D#/Eb2 - D#/Eb4D3 - D4
Stizzoso, mio stizzoso, from Intermezzo Primo of La Serva Padrona by Giovanni Pergolesi
Sung by Serpina.     Voice Part: soprano    Fach: soubrette
Synopsis: Uberto is planning to go out but Serpina thinks it is much too late for him to go out. She lectures him on the subject, conveniently forgetting that it was she who made him late by not bringing his chocolate to him earlier.
Extras:
Range: Tessitura:
B3 - A5E4 - E5
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