Queen Of The Night Aria
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Lyrics


Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem herzen
Tot und verzweiflung
Tot und verzweiflung flammet um mich her!
Fühlt nicht durch dich Sarastro Todesschmerzen
Sarastro todesschmerzen,
So bist du meine tochter nimmermehr
So bist du mein', meine tochter nimmermehr

(cadence)
Meine tochter nimmermehr

(cadence)

So bist du meine tochter nimmermehr

Verstossen sei auf ewig
Verlassen sei auf ewig
Zertrümmert sei'n auf ewig
Alle bande der natur
Verstossen
Verlassen
Und zertrümmert
Alle bande der natur

Alle Bande…

(cadence)

Alle bande der natur
Wenn nicht durch dich
Sarastro wird erblassen!

Hört, Hört, Hört,
Rachegötter
Hoert
Der Mutter Schwur!

Writer(s): Terry Davies, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Adsız

Fun fact: In Operas they don't use microphones.

Now imagine how loud she needs to sing with a high voice like that... impressive

Lily

tambien es porque los salones donde se realizan estan hechos para que se oiga

Rich Wiki

As an audio technician who has worked over a dozen operas, that is not true.

𝙖𝙣𝙜𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙞𝙦𝙘𝙪𝙩𝙚

fun fact: i was about to write that fun fact until i saw this :)

Jacob Sable

I don't like when she says then you will no longer be my daughter

Bassoon Man

Opera singers do not use microphones, even in the largest opera houses. Opera singers spend enormous amounts of time learning to project and the greatest voices are easily heard over even a full orchestra. The only time microphones are used is when a recording is being made although the microphone is used exclusively to record and not to amplify the voice so that it can be better heard by an audience.

FYI, as my YouTube nic indicates, I’m a bassoonist and have played many, many operas. I’d like to mention that microphones are also never used by opera orchestras. I happen to live close to NYC and if you visit, go to a Broadway musical - sadly, the singers and orchestras are amplified. Then, go to the Metropolitan Opera, where the musicians are not mic’d - the quality of the sound is vastly superior at the Met, even though the Opera House is MUCH larger than Broadway theaters. Indeed, that was the first thing I noticed when I saw my first Broadway show. Amplification degrades the quality of the sound.

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B Lam

How she can separate those notes whole singing that way? She's amazing. That was amazing.

j b

There's a video of her practicing with the orchestra, and she's just as amazing there as she is in full costume. Glorious voice she has, Dame Diana Damrau!

Admiral_Duffy

In musicals the closest ive learned is a catch breath where you sing a note and cut it off by inhaling but if thats what she is doing its like superhuman level fast

Ivory Flames

@B Lam Oh yeah tbh it took me almost year to learn but once you figure out what's best for your body/lungs it gets really easy

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