|Translation:||One beautiful day, we will see|
Un bel di vedremo (One beautiful day, we will see), from Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, is one of the most breath-taking arias in the whole operatic repertoire. Butterfly is sure that Pinkerton, her American husband, will return and she sings of the day of his return. The aria is Puccini at his best – with syncopated rhythms representing Butterfly’s longing for Pinkerton, a beautiful melody, and a high ‘B’ flat at the end – very little compares to this dramatic aria.
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