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from Act II, Scene 1 of the Italian opera La Cenerentola by Gioacchino Rossini
Libretto: Jacopo Ferretti

Role: Don Ramiro, the prince of Salerno
Voice Part: tenor       Fach: tenor leggiero
Setting: The palace of the Prince
Synopsis: Cenerentola has given Don Ramiro (who is in disguise as the Prince's squire) a bracelet and tells him that he will find her when he finds the bracelet's match. She then leaves. Alidoro encourages Ramiro to go after her. Don Ramiro declares that he will no longer be in disguise and sings that he will find her. For, he is guided by love and once he finds her, she shall never leave him. The bracelet she has given him glitters brightly, but the light in her eyes is far more bright.
Range: Tessitura:
D3 - C5G3 - G4
Translations/Aria Texts:
Libretto entered by Robert Glaubitz (added 1997-03-31)
Sì, ritorvarla io giuro, Don Ramiro's aria from La Cenerentola

Sì, ritorvarla io giuro.
Amor, amor mi muove :
Se fosse in grembo a Giove
Io la ritroverò.

Pegno adorato e caro
Che mi lusinghi almeno
Ah!  come al labbro e al seno
Come ti stringerò!

Noi voleremo, domanderemo,
Ricercheremo, ritroveremo.
Dolce speranza, freddo timore,
Dentro al mio core
Stanno a pugnar;
Amore, amore,
M'ha da guidar.
Sheet Music/Scores:
The Ultimate Tenor Aria Album (Version 2.0). Published by CD Sheet Music. Available at and
Anthology of Italian Opera - Tenor. Published by Ricordi. Available at and
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