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From Tannhäuser, Act II
Voice / Vocal Fach Soprano
Original key G Major
Language German
Composer Richard Wagner 1813 – 1883
Poet Richard Wagner 1813 – 1883
Range Dich teure Halle

Dich teure Halle, was set and composed by Richard Wagner between 1843 and 1845 and premiered the same year. It is part of the second act of his opera, Tannhäuser.

In 1845, year where Tannhäuser was premiered, Wagner aged thirty-two, has settled in Dresden where he is appreciated for his orchestra conducting and opera compositions. As always, Wagner wrote the libretto himself, a libretto built around two German legends, the one of Tannhäuser, medieval German Minnesänger and the tale of the Wartburg Song Contest. The opera is centered around the idea of redemption through love, a typical theme of many of Wagner’s opera. Wagner was never satisfied with Tannhäuser and it underwent many revisions during the composer’s lifetime.

Act I opens on Tannhäuser who had accepted out of love for Venus, to be her captive. He has grown tired of his situation and decides to bid farewell to Goddess. Venus is furious and warns him he will find no salvation but he answers Marie will protect him. She disappears and he finds himself in the countryside where a shepherd is celebrating spring. A group of knights arrive and they are happy to meet their friend Tannhäuser again. They ask him to join himself to their group, heading to the court of Warburg, but he refuses at first. Wolfram insists and reminds him, Elisabeth is still remaining at the Court. When he hears the name of the one he was once in love with, he changes his mind and accepts to join them.

Act II opens on the room in the castle of Wartbourg where the singing competition will be taking place. Elisabeth enters and rejoices when she learns Tannhäuser is back as she has never stopped loving him. She greets the group of people present in the room in her aria: Dich teure Halle grüss ich wieder.

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