Una voce poco fa – Barber of Seville – Rossini

Aria Details
Voice Type: Soprano or Mezzo-Soprano
Role: Rosina
Language: Italian
Opera: Il barbiere di Siviglia
Composer: Rossini

OperaPulse’s Aria of the Week – Rossini’s masterpiece, Il Barbiere di Siviglia or the Barber of Seville, is filled with knock out arias and ensembles. This aria, Una voce poco fa, is sung by Rosina after having read a letter from Lindoro, who is really Count Almaviva. She is completely lovestruck and determined to out smart her guardian Dr. Bartolo.

The aria is filled with exciting coloratura that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Originally written for mezzo-soprano, Rosina, is frequently cast as a soprano.

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