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from Act IV of the Italian opera La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini
Libretto: Giuseppe Giacosa

Role: Colline, a philosopher
Voice Part: bass       Fach: lyric bass
Setting: An attic room
Synopsis: After Mimi has collapsed on the staircase to the attic room, she is carried into the room. On the edge of death, she says that her hands are cold. In order to buy her something to keep her hands warm, Musetta pawns her jewelry and Colline decides to pawn his old overcoat, to which he sings farewell.
Range: Tessitura:
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Translations/Aria Texts:
Libretto entered by Richard Bogart (added 1997-04-29)
Vecchia zimarra, Colline's aria from La Bohème

Vecchia zimarra, senti, 
io resto al pian, tu ascendere 
il sacro monte or devi. 
Le mie grazie ricevi. 
Mai non curvasti il logoro 
dorso ai ricchi ed ai potenti. 
Passâr nelle tue tasche 
come in antri tranquilli 
filosofi e poeti. 
Ora che i giorni lieti 
fuggîr, ti dico: addio, 
fedele amico mio. 
Addio, addio. 
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