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Language: None Instruments: Piano. Description: A potpourri composed of a cat-cavatina by Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse and various excerpts arranged from Rossini's Otello. Schott publishes an edition with facsimiles of both the first edition, attributed to "G. Berthold", and a ms. Italian text. English translation. German translation. French translation. Portuguese translation. Japanese translation. Score information: A4, 8 pages, 1. Voice parts only. MusicXML source file s is are in compressed.
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Duetto Buffo di due Gatti – G. Rossini
Originally for two sopranos, this comical encore is a popular duet for any two voice types. Whilst this work is often attributed to Rossini, it was not actually written by him, instead it has been suggested that it was compiled by vocal composer Robert Lucas de Pearsall. Duetto buffo di due gatti takes melodic kernels from the Katte-Cavatine, part of the Act 2 duet between Otello and Iago in and part of the aria sung by Rodrigo in Act 2. The piano accompaniment to the song is a simple repetitive sequence based on crotchet movement. The chords sometimes move chromatically to build the tension and support the voices above. The voices start with a simple motif that then develops into a much more bouncy and fast-paced moving meow.
Gioachino Rossini ‘Duetto buffo di due gatti’: Meow!
Duetto buffo di due gatti (Rossini, Gioacchino)