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From Attila, Act I, Scene 1
Voice / Vocal Fach Soprano/ Lyric Soprano
Original key G minor
Language Italian
Composer Guiseppe Verdi 1813 – 1901
Poet Temistocle Solera 1815 – 1878
Range Liberamente or piangi...Oh! Nel fuggente

Liberamente or piangi…Oh! Nel fuggente, a setting by Temistocle Solera, was composed by Guiseppe Verdi in 1846 (G minor) and premiered the same year. This aria is part of Act I of his opera, Attila.

When Attila is premiered in 1846 in Venice, Verdi, aged 33, is already a recognized composer. Based on a play by Zacharias Werner, Attila, König der Hunnen, many in Italy, would criticize the Teutonic nature of this opera. It seems quite unfair as Verdi and his first librettist, Temistocle Solera, were obstinate in transposing it, in a way that would appeal to Venetian patriots. The political aim of the opera seemed clear at the time and many understood the opera as a praise for the liberal constitution adopted at the time by Ferdinand the second. If Verdi chose Temistocle Solera, at first, to write the libretto, their collaboration ended before the third Act had been written (Solera decided to follow his wife to Madrid). Verdi had to ask Francesco Maria Piave to complete the libretto, which was not without causing tensions between the two librettists and Verdi.
In the prologue, Attila and his victorious soldiers are met by Odabella who asks for her sword so she can avenge her father’s death, killed by Attila’s own hands. Ezio, sent by the Romans, proposes to divide the Empire between the Romans and Attila, proposition that he disdainfully rejects.
In the next scene, Foresto and other survivors begin to build a new city. They bare a thought for Odabella and the other women, captive in the hands of Attila.
Act I opens on Odabella mourning the loss of her father and of Foresto in her aria: Liberramente or piangi… Oh! Nel fuggente nuvolo.

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