Here is the popular drinking song, or "Brindisi" from Verdi's opera La Traviata. It's a cheerful song in a tragic opera -- the death of the character Violetta in the last act is very famous for its pathos. In recent weeks, to celebrate drinks of all sorts with a number of other bloggers, I've posted folk songs or blues, so today I made a classical music choice. I'm sharing this with the weekly event at Elizabeth's blog Altered Book Lover.
J’aime beaucoup cet opéra et ce passage toujours surprenant
I have always ,one this opera. Thank you for sharing
That was nice! Thanks for sharing!
Cheers! Happy T Day :)
Thank you for sharing this :)
All the best Jan
Thanks for sharing with us Happy T
I've always loved that song, but this is a very new version for me. Thanks for your always unique take on T this Tuesday, Mae.
I love listening to opera! Lovely.
Happy Tea Day,
That was so excellent. I use to go to the opera often when I lived in NV. Haven't been in years. It is something everyone one should do at least once. Have a great day.
I don't know this opera so I enjoyed hearing a bit of it. Happy T day Mae.
Have never seen this whole opera but do know of some of the story and music- beautiful what I do know of it. happy T day!
Wonderful music. Happy T Day, Valerie
Love this drinking song, so joyous - perfect 😀. Happy T Day wishes! Hugs, Jo x
That was lovely! 'Beviam' beviam'! Thank you.
I used to go to the opera and have not been to see one for many years. During Covid several opera houses have been streaming operas and I have watched a few. This looks like a very nice version. I like Italian operas (as I speak Italian).
I wanted to tell you, I made eggnog ONCE. My recipe required I bring the milk to near boiling, then add the eggs. I wanted to taste it right away, but it needed to cool. It was winter, so I set it outside on my back porch and a dog got to it and drank most of it before I could run him off and fetch it inside. Never again!!!
Great video. We haven't been to an opera in many years.
Happy T-day! Stay safe and well. Hugs, Eileen
Brava! Happy T Day!
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