My cousin Melanie was playing that cavatina even now, though now I did not care to stop and listen to it.
"Are you not coming back, to hear the end of the cavatina;" inquired Melanie.
There would be a superb entrance for him upon his return from the army, 'cavatina guerriera con cori'.
This first and only cavatina of Laertes is well worth a good artist.
Rossini has taken the most beautiful phrase from the duet in Ricciardo, and turned it into a cavatina for your new opera.
She sang, in a small and graceful voice, a cavatina, Tanti Palpiti.
Just then a voice was heard in the adjoining room singing the cavatina—the voice of Mdlle.
It is not right that Velluti should sing the cavatina of Aureliano so that the author can scarcely recognise it himself.
The chord which closed his cavatina had sealed his fame in opera; but his fame was to him as ashes in his mouth.
The whole of the grand fourth act, with the exception of one cavatina, was composed in three hours.