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Caro mio ben,
Credimi almen,
Senza di te
Languisce il cor,
Caro mio ben,
Senza di te
Languisce il cor.

Il tuo fedel
So spira ognor.
Cessa, crudel,
Tanto rigor!
Cessa, crudel,
Tanto rigor,
Tanto rigor!

Caro mio ben
Credimi almen,
Senza di te
Languisce il cor,

Caro mio ben
Credimi almen,
Senza di te
Languisce il cor.



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    UnregisteredOct 8, 2014 at 2:06 am
    The secret to performing "Caro mio ben" successfully lies in the B section of this modified ternary-form (ABA') art song from the 24 Italian Songs and Arias. This song has a noble and stately calm to it which makes it extraordinarily beautiful.

    But, it needs an infusion of intense emotion in the B section to really come to life and not become too static. Some of the vintage performances on YouTube certainly make the grade. You might check out Ezio Pinza's surprisingly powerful performance, that of Amelita Galli-Curci- both singers from an earlier age.

    So, students, here's a gentle nudge from singerstickynotes.com: turn up the heat a little with "Caro mio ben"- you won't be sorry!

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