Giuseppe Verdi SIMON BOCCANEGRA - OPERA LIVE STREAMING

Giuseppe Verdi SIMON BOCCANEGRA - OPERA LIVE STREAMING

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07:48
What do you say? - To the honor of being first Abbot, Lorenzin, the usurer? - There are more worthy candidates! The hero who chased away the African pirates from our seas and restored the Ligurian flag to its ancient glory. - I see… and my reward? - Gold, power, money. That's my price for the popular vote.
09:09
Detestable patricians, to the heights of your positions I, the disdained plebian, aspire. An embrace… What happened? Why did you call me from Savona? - Do you want to be elected abbot? - Me? No. - Do you want the doge's crown? - Are you mad? - And Maria? - Innocent victim of my tragic love!
10:15
- What do you know? Did you talk to her? - She suffers, a prisoner in that house… - Maria! - Who could deny her if you were doge? - Poor girl! - Do you agree? - Paolo… - Everything is arranged… all I ask is to share your perils and power. - Agreed. - For life or death? - Agreed. Someone's coming… Hide. For a little longer, keep this secret.
12:05
- At dawn we'll all meet here? - Yes. - And no votes for the patricians? - None. - We'll all vote for Lorenzino. - He sold out to the Fieschi. - Then who will be elected? - A hero. - Yes. - A man of the people. - Well said. But do you know which one of us? - Yes. - Well, who! Tell us his name! - Simone Boccanegra. - Simone! The pirate? Yes! The pirate to the highest office. - He's here? - He'll come. - And the Fieschi? - They'll keep quiet. See that menacing house? It's the Fieschi's grim mansion; an unhappy beauty is held there.
13:39
Her laments are the only human sounds from that mysterious tomb. It's been months since she has been seen on the balconies; passers-by hope in vain to see the fair prisoner, poor Maria. Only proud Fiesco enters, - cloaked in dark mystery. - It is true! - But I saw in darkest night roaming the deserted rooms - Oh, Heavens!
14:45
- a sinister flame, like a soul from hell. - Oh, God! It's like a cave of ghosts! Oh, what terror! - Look! That horrid flame appears. - Oh, Heavens! Let's leave. We'll ward off demons with the sign of the cross. - At dawn. - Here. - Simone. - Simone, unanimous. A last farewell, lofty palace, frigid sepulcher of my angel!
17:11
I was unable to protect you! Oh, cursed man! Oh, vile seducer! And you, Virgin, allowed her virginal crown to be stolen? Ah, what am I saying? I'm raving! Ah, forgive me! The wounded spirit of a sorrowing father is doomed to a punishment of infamy and grief.
18:41
She's dead! Have mercy on us! - A crown of martyrdom was given her by pitying angels. - She's dead! Restored to angelic radiance, pray, Maria, for me. The heavens are opening for her! We'll never see her again on earth.
20:09
Pray, Maria, for me. My name is mentioned everywhere. Oh, Maria, maybe soon you can call me husband. - Someone's coming! Who is it? - Simon? You? What brought you here to insult me?
23:18
Upon your head I call down the avenging wrath of Heaven. Father, I beg your mercy kneeling at your feet; give me your pardon. - It's too late now. - Don't be cruel. I hoped to rise to her level on the wings of glory; I won wreaths of victory for the altar of love! I applauded your valor, but I don't forgive your offenses.
24:18
- If I ever saw you on the throne… - Silence. - The object of my hatred and the anathema of God is the offender of Fiesco. - Peace… No! There can be no peace until one of us is dead. - Will my blood satisfy you? Strike me here. - Murder you? Yes, kill me, and at least your great wrath will be buried with me. Listen:
25:19
if you are willing to give me that poor innocent girl who was born of your impure love, I, who haven't yet seen her, swear to make her happy, and then you'll have forgiveness. - I cannot! - Why? - A hostile fate stole her away. - Tell me. By the seashore, among strangers, that sweet child grew up in hiding.
26:36
She grew up far from me, cared for by an old woman. One night I sailed there and alighted alone from my ship. I ran to the house… it was closed up, silent! - The woman? - Dead. And your daughter? Miserable, sad; for three days she cried, for three days she wandered. Then she vanished and wasn't seen again; since then I've searched for her in vain.
28:06
If you can't grant my wish, there can be no peace between us. Farewell, Simone. - My love can reconcile us; hear me! - No. Farewell. You horrid race of implacable Fieschi! And among such reptiles how was this pure beauty born?
29:43
I must see her… take heart! Silence at the house of the Fieschi? The doors are open! How strange. I'll go in. Go in to embrace an icy corpse. No one! Nothing but silence and shadows here. - Maria! - The hour has come for your punishment.
31:28
It's a dream! Yes, a frightful, atrocious dream! - Boccanegra! - Who's shouting? The echoes of Hell! - The people are proclaiming you doge! - Go away, phantoms! - What are you saying? - Paolo! A tomb… - A throne! (Simon, Doge? All Hell burns in me!) Long live Simon, the people's choice!
36:51
In this nocturnal hour, the stars and sea are smiling! How your radiance, o moon, merges with the waves! It seems the loving embrace of two virginal hearts! But what do the stars and the sea suggest to the mind of a poor orphaned girl?
37:59
The cruel, dark night when the pious dying woman exclaimed, “May Heaven keep you.” O lofty abode, home of a race even more lofty, I can't forget my humble home because of you! Only in your stern splendor does love smile on me.
39:36
Dawn is breaking, but I haven't heard my lover's song! He dries my tears every day, as morning dries dew from flowers. A heaven deprived of stars, or a meadow bereft of flowers, is a soul without love.
41:07
Heavens! His voice! It's him! He's coming! Oh, joy! Unless someone loves you, your longing cannot be satisfied by gold, power, honors. He's coming! Love burns in my heart and breaks the bonds of my panting heart! - My beloved! - Why are you so late? Sorry, my dearest. My delay will bring greatness... - I'm frightened. - Why?
42:10
The secret you told me… will bring me the grave, the scaffold to you! - What do you mean? - I love Andrea like a father, you know, but still it terrifies me! Late at night haven't I seen you wandering the dark alleys thoughtful, restless? - Who? - You, Andrea, Lorenzino, and others. Hush! The wind could carry your words to the tyrants! The walls have ears… informers lurk at every step. - You're trembling? - Let the phantoms be gone! - Phantoms, you said?
43:18
Come and see the blue waters shimmer. There, Genoa towers above the foaming sea: there, your enemies rule. You can't defeat them; shelter your thoughts in the harbor of love. You angel, who from Heaven bent her wings towards earth,
44:26
and like a beacon lights our mortal path, - don't try to fathom the mysteries of hatred. - You can't defeat them… Shelter your thoughts in the harbor of love…
45:57
- Ah! - What is it? - Do you see that man there? He shadows me every day. - Is he a rival? - A messenger from the Doge for you. - Let him in. - I want to see who it is. - Stop. - The Doge is returning from hunting at Savona and wishes to visit. - He may. - The Doge here? - He's coming to ask for my hand. - For whom? - For his favorite. Run, look for Andrea. Hurry, go! Prepare our wedding; lead me to the altar. Our joyful wedding will overcome an unhappy fate; the entire universe I'll defy with you. Our loving desire is stronger than destiny; lovers beyond the grave you'll always live with me.
47:59
(He's here just in time.) - You're here so early? - To tell you… - That you love Amelia. Do you, loving her as father, consent to our marriage? - There's a mystery about her. - What is it? Perhaps you won't love her anymore. My love doesn't fear secrets! Tell me. - Amelia comes from a humble family. - The heiress of the Grimaldi? No…the Grimaldi heiress died among the nuns in Pisa.
49:13
An orphan found in the cloister that day was given Amelia's cell. How did she get the Grimaldi name? The exiles' riches were the target of the new doge; a false Amelia could save them from his greedy hands. - I adore that orphan! - You're worthy of her! - May we wed? - On earth and in Heaven! - You give me life.
50:42
Come, I bless you in the peace of this hour. Pious echo of ancient times, your voice is a chaste enchantment. - Live and adore your angel, homeland, Heaven! - My heart will keep sacred the memory of your words.
52:32
Here's the Doge. Let's go. He mustn't see you. May the day of vengeance dawn soon! - Paolo. - My lord. - Things are happening quickly; we should leave. - When? When the hour strikes. (Oh, what beauty!) - Is the Doge talking with Amelia Grimaldi? - That is my name. - Don't your exiled brothers long for their homeland? - Deeply… but…
53:58
I see. The Grimaldi disdain to bow to me… thus the Doge answers their pride. - What's this? Their pardon? - Their pardon is a gift to you. Tell me, why do you conceal such beauty here? The glittering attractions of the world have no attraction for you? - Your blushes speak for you. - You're wrong; I’m happy.
55:16
- At your age, love… - You've read my heart! I love an angelic spirit who ardently returns my love. But a suitor, a villain, lusts after the Grimaldi gold. - Paolo! - That's the scoundrel! Because you show concern, I'll reveal my secret to you.
56:16
- I'm not a Grimaldi! - Heavens! Who are you? As an orphan I was raised by a poor woman - where Pisa rises by the sea. - You were in Pisa? That old, pious woman was my sole support;
57:40
I felt deserted by Heaven when she was taken away from me. With her trembling hand she gave me a portrait, saying it was the face of the mother I'd never known. She kissed me, blessed me, looked to Heaven in prayer.
58:50
I called her many times, only to hear an echo. (If the hope, o Heaven, that fills me were a dream, I would die if it disappeared!) - My future seemed so woeful! - (If hope was a dream!)
01:00:05
- My future seemed so woeful! - (I would die if it disappeared!) Tell me… did you see anyone else there? A seafarer used to visit us. - Giovanna was the name of the woman stolen from you? - Yes.
01:01:23
- And the portrait resembles this one? - Exactly! - Maria! - That is my name! - You are my daughter! - I am? Embrace me, my daughter. - Father! Embrace your loving Maria. - Daughter, my heart calls you. Daughter! That name makes me tremble as though Heaven were opening!
01:02:27
You open a world of happiness; your father opens a paradise. You'll be my crowning glory. Father, your devoted daughter will always be at your side; when times are bad I'll dry your tears. - Your father opens a paradise. - We'll have quiet times of joy, known only to Heaven;
01:03:32
- I'll be the gentle dove of the royal palace. - You'll be my crowning glory. We'll have quiet times of joy, known only to Heaven;
01:04:58
- My daughter! - Father! My daughter! What was her answer? - Renounce all hope. - Doge, I can’t! - I say so. You say so! To whom do you owe the throne? - What did he say? - He said no. - What do you think? - Abduct her.
01:06:41
- How? - She'll be on the shore this evening. Drag her to my ship; then take her to Lorenzino's. - If he objects? - Tell him I know about his schemes, and he'll help. - You'll get a big reward. - We'll abduct her. Gentlemen, the King of Tartary sends pledges of peace and rich gifts; he reopens the Black Sea to us. - Do you consent? - Yes. - Now I ask you to go further. - Speak.
01:08:50
The same man who thundered about Rienzi, prophecies of glory and then of death, now thunders about Genoa. Here's a message from Petrarch; he pleads for peace with Venice. - He'd better stick to his verses, this poet of the blond lady of Avignon. - War with Venice! And with this brutal war cry, between the two coasts of Italy, Cain raises his savage club. - Adria and Liguria share one homeland. - Our homeland is Genoa!
01:09:56
- Oh! - What's that commotion? - Where's it coming from? - From the Fieschi piazza. - A rebellion! - Ah! - Look… a crowd of people running. - Listen. - I can't hear their words. - Death! - And him? - Who? - Look! Heavens! Gabriele Adorno chased by the mob! A Guelph is fighting alongside him. Get me a herald. (Paolo, run or you'll be caught.) Maritime consuls, guard the doors! Anyone who flees is a traitor!
01:11:06
Death to the patricians! To arms! Long live the people! Hurrah! What? You, too? You all, here… inciting one another? - Death to the Doge! - Death to the Doge? Well, then. Herald, open the doors of the palace and announce to the nobles and plebians that I don't fear them, that I heard their threats and await them here. Sheath your swords. To arms! Loot! Burn all the houses! To the catapults! To the pillory!
01:12:21
The herald sounds his trumpet. He speaks. Complete silence... - Hurrah! Hurrah for the Doge! - Here comes the mob! Vengeance! Spill the blood of the cruel murderer! Is this the voice of the people? From afar, the roar of a hurricane; nearby, crying women and children.
01:13:40
- Adorno, why are you holding your sword? - I've murdered Lorenzino. - Assassin! - He had abducted Amelia Grimaldi! - (Horrors!) - You lie! Before the coward died, he said that a powerful man forced him do it. - (So, you're found out!) - His name? Don't worry. The criminal died before revealing it. What do you mean? - By Heaven! You are a powerful man! - Villain! - Brazen abductor of girls! - Disarm him! Wicked, crowned pirate! Die! Kill me! Amelia!
01:14:53
- Oh Doge… save him… please save Adorno. - No one touch him. My wrath has eased; hearing the pain in her voice, my whole soul speaks of love. Amelia, tell us how you were abducted and how you escaped from peril. In that sweet hour that's so inviting, I wandered alone on the seashore.
01:16:04
Three armed men grabbed me, took me to a ship. I couldn't cry out… I fainted, - and when I awakened, I saw Lorenzo, in his rooms… - Lorenzo! I was the prisoner of that villain! I knew he was a coward at heart. I'll tell the Doge of your plots if you don't set me free this instant.
01:17:08
Fearful, he let me go. My bold threat saved me. That criminal deserved to die. There's someone even more villainous who remains unnamed. - Who, then? - He's listening to me… I see the pallor of his lips. - Who is it, then? - A patrician! - A plebian! - Put down your swords! - Terrible cries! - Put down your axes! - Mercy! - Fratricides! Plebians! Patricians! People of a ferocious history!
01:18:24
Heirs of the hatred of the Spinola, the Doria, while the sea ecstatically invites you to its vast kingdom, in your kinsmen's homes you tear out each other's hearts. I cry for you, in the sunshine of your gentle slopes,
01:19:35
where the olive branch grows in vain. I weep for the false gaiety of your flowers, and go, crying: Peace! and go, crying: Love!
01:20:37
His moving words calm our anger; a sweet breeze that calms the sea. Peace! Hide your great anger, for pity's sake! Restrain your great anger, for pity's sake!
01:21:42
(Amelia is saved and loves me! Thanks be to Heaven.) And go, crying: Peace! And go, crying: Love! - Our superb city in the hands of a pirate! - We've failed; save yourself.
01:22:56
- O homeland! - Peace! - No, I'm full of poison. Here is my sword. Tonight you'll be a prisoner until the plot has been exposed. - No, keep your noble sword, I need nothing but your word. - So be it!
01:24:21
- Paolo! - My Lord! You administer the law of the people. The city's honor is in your hands: I need your help... There is a coward here who is listening and grows pale;
01:26:09
I already have him by the hair. I know his name; he is already afraid. You, in God's presence and in mine, are a witness. May the wicked villain feel the thunderbolt of my words:
01:27:23
Be accursed! And you, repeat the oath. Be accursed… (Horrors!) - Be accursed!! - (Horrors!) - Did you see those two? - Yes. Take them from their cell by the secret passage, which this key will unlock. Understood. I have cursed myself!
01:54:56
The curse still haunts me… the air vibrates with it! Vilified… rejected by the Senate, by Genoa, here I take my one last shot. Here I weigh your fate, Doge, in my extreme anxiety. You, who hurt me, though I gave you the throne, here I leave you to your fate in this fatal hour. Here I distill a slow, cruel agony. There I'm arming an assassin.
01:56:27
Let death choose between poison and the dagger. Where am I being taken to prison? - To the Doge's rooms, and this is Paolo speaking. - Your looks are menacing. - I know the hate you conceal. Listen to me. - What do you want? - Did you arm the Guelphs? - Yes. Your daring may be in vain. The Doge, whom I hate as much as you hate him, is planning another massacre. - You're setting a trap for me. - A trap? Didn't the tyrant sentence Fiesco to execution? I'm offering you victory.
01:57:48
- On what terms? - Kill him here, while he sleeps. You dare suggest a crime to a Fiesco? You refuse? - Yes. - Back to your cell, then. - You heard? - Despicable plan. - You've never loved Amelia? - What? - She's here. - Amelia's here? She's meant for the old man, for his infamous pleasures. Sly devil, stop it. What are you doing? Every exit from here is blocked. You'd better take action… or you'll be buried in this place.
01:59:13
Damnation! Amelia's here! The old man loves her! And all my fury must be suppressed! You killed my father; you kidnapped my love. Tremble, villain! One offense was too many; now you've incited a double revenge. In my soul burns a furious jealousy; all of my blood couldn't put it out;
02:00:19
if he had a thousand lives, and I could extinguish them with one furious blow, I still wouldn't be satisfied. What am I saying! Oh, no! I'm raving! I'm weeping! Mercy, good God, on my suffering!
02:01:50
Merciful Heaven, restore her to my heart, pure as the angel that guards her chastity. But if an impure doubt should cloud such innocence, deprived of her virtue, may I never see her again.
02:02:55
But if an impure doubt should cloud such innocence, deprived of her virtue, may I never see her again.
02:04:24
- You're here? - Amelia! - Who let you in? - And how did you get here? - I… - Unfaithful! - You're cruel! - That savage tyrant… - Respect him. - He loves you. - It's sacred love. - And you? - I love him in the same way. - I should hear this and not kill you? - You're hurt! Believe me, I am chaste. - Tell me. But I can't reveal the secret yet! Speak: in your virginal heart restore my faith.
02:05:27
Your silence is a pall laid over me. Give me life or death, I disdain your pity. Banish all doubt from your soul. In my bosom your image is held as sacred as God in a church. - There are no storm clouds in a heaven of love. - Give me life or death, I disdain your pity.
02:07:39
- Here's the Doge. No escape. Hide! - No. - The scaffold is ready. - I'm not afraid. - We'll die together… if you don't have pity on me. - Have pity on you? (It's fate… so be it… he'll die!) - Here's the Doge. No escape. Hide! - (He'll die!) - We'll die together… if you don't have pity on me. - (It's fate… so be it… he'll die!) - Daughter. - Are you worried, father? - Not really… But you've been crying. - I…
02:09:29
I know why you're crying. I know… you're in love; well then, if he is worthy of your heart… - Father, of all the Ligurians he's the bravest, the nicest. - His name? - Adorno. - My enemy! - Father! - See his name here? He plots with the Guelphs. - Heaven! Pardon him! - I can’t. - Pardon him! - I can’t. - I'll die with him…
02:10:36
- You love him that much? - I love him with ardent, endless love. Either lead me to church with him, or on both of us let fall the executioner's axe. O cruel destiny! My vanished hopes! I've found my daughter, but an enemy steals her from me. - Listen: if he repents… - He will.
02:11:49
- Maybe a pardon, then… - Dear father! - Leave me. I must wait for dawn. - Let me wait with you. - No, leave me. - Father! - Obey me. (Great God! How can I save him?) Doge! Will you pardon the traitors?
02:13:07
But that could be seen as a sign of fear. My throat is burning. Even spring water tastes bitter to the man who reigns… Such grief… my mind is troubled… I'm tired… alas! Sleep is overpowering me.
02:15:06
Oh, Amelia… you love… an enemy… He's sleeping! What holds me back? Reverence or fear? Am I weakening? You sleep, old man: my father's murderer! My rival… Son of Adorno! My father's ghost demands vengeance!
02:16:22
Madman! - You'd attack an unarmed old man? - Your defense of him is infuriating. I swear, our love is sacred, and he doesn't oppose our plans. - What do you mean? - Ah! - Put away your dagger; let him listen to you… - Prostrate myself at his feet? - Come… Here's my breast… strike, traitor! - Adorno blood cries out for your blood. - Can it true? Who opened these doors to you? - Not I. - I'll never tell the secret. - You will under torture. - Neither death nor torture frightens me. - Mercy! You've already avenged your father, for whom I have grieved:
02:17:35
- you've stolen my heavenly treasure, my daughter. - You're her father! Pardon me, Amelia. It was untamed jealousy. Doge, let the truth be known: I am a murderer.
02:18:53
Give me death; I don't dare meet your eyes. - Should I save him - Mother, from Heaven guarding your daughter, - and extend my hand to my enemy? - help me ask my father for mercy. Yes, let peace shine on the Ligurians, and let old hatreds be eased.
02:19:59
I am a murderer. Give me death; I don't dare meet your eyes. May my tomb be the altar of Italian amity. He was only guilty of too much love. Mother, help me.
02:21:54
To arms, to arms, Ligurians, sacred duty calls you. - Our rage flashes like lightning; tempests roar. - Who's shouting? - Your enemies. - I know. - War! Extermination! To arms! - The crowd is growing. - Go… join your people… - Could I fight against you? Never again! - To arms, sacred duty calls us. - Then take a message of peace to them, and may the sun not rise tomorrow on fraternal bloodshed. I'll return to fight with you if your amnesty doesn't bring peace. - She will be your reward. - What unexpected joy! - To arms! - To arms! - Father!
02:23:54
Long live the Doge! Victory! You're free: here is your sword. - The Guelphs? - Defeated. - What joyless liberty! - What? Paolo? Where are they taking you? - To the scaffold. The devil drove me into the arms of the rebels, where I was caught. And now Simon condemns me, but first I have condemned Boccanegra to death.
02:25:18
What do you mean? - A poison (nothing more, unfortunately) slowly takes his life. - Villain! Perhaps he'll precede me to the tomb! From Heaven, guard them, Lord; may this marriage bring peace. Ah! Horrors! Do you hear that wedding song? In that church Gabriele Adorno is marrying the woman I kidnapped.
02:26:24
- Amelia? You kidnapped her? Monster! - Kill me. - Absolutely not; you're destined for the axe. - Horrors! I'm horrified! No, Simon, not this vengeance; another fate should have been yours. Here he is… the Doge. Finally we meet face to face!
02:28:44
Citizens! By order of the Doge put out your torches, and don't offend the valiant dead with cries of victory. My temples are burning… fire snakes through my veins… Ah! Let me breathe the heavenly air of the open sky!
02:31:29
How refreshing! The sea breeze! The sea! Watching it, how the days of glory and rapture are brought back to my mind! The sea! Why was I not buried in her bosom?
02:32:46
- It would have been better for you! - Who dares intrude? - Someone who doesn't fear you. - Guards! - No point in calling them… Your guards aren't here. - You'll kill me, but first hear me out… - What do you want? By the gleam of festive torches you will see mysterious and fatal portents. Your sentence by the hand of God was written on these walls. Your star's brilliance is eclipsed; your purple mantle is now threadbare.
02:33:58
A victor, you will die among the ghosts of those who died unshriven by your axe. - Whose voice is that? - You've heard it once before. - Can it be true? Have the dead risen? - You don't recognize me? - Fiesco! - Simone, the dead greet you! Great God! My soul's wish is granted at last!
02:35:10
Like a phantom Fiesco appears to you, an ancient outrage to avenge. A messenger of peace Fiesco shall be… Like a phantom Fiesco appears to you, an ancient outrage to avenge. - An angel seals our friendship. - What do you mean? - Once you offered me forgiveness… - I did? If I would give up the orphan girl I had mourned as lost forever. As Amelia Grimaldi she was returned to me, bearing the name of her late mother.
02:36:15
Heavens! Why does the truth dawn so late? You're weeping! Ah! Why can't you look at me? You're weeping! I cry because Heaven speaks to me through your voice;
02:37:35
I hear a terrible reproach even in your pity. Come, let me embrace you, as Maria's father; a balm to my soul will be your pardon. I cry because Heaven speaks to me through your voice.
02:38:57
A balm to my soul will be your pardon. Alas! Death draws near… a traitor has poisoned you. - Everything is speaking… I feel it, of eternity… - Cruel fate! - She is coming… - Maria… - Hush, don't tell her… One last time I want to bless her. - Cruel fate!
02:40:46
- Who is this? - Come… - (Fiesco!) - You're here? Don't be surprised. Fiesco is the father of Maria, the mother you never knew. - He is? Can it be true? - Maria! - Oh, joy! Our tragic feud is over! - It's all over, my daughter!
02:41:47
What dreadful thoughts could darken such sublime moments? - Maria, have courage… prepare for a great sorrow. - What do you mean? I'm frightened! - My last hour has come! - What are you saying? - In your arms, Maria, the Eternal One will let me die. - How can this happen?
02:43:31
Great God, bless them from Heaven; turn martyrdom into joy. No, don't die: love conquers the chill of death.
02:44:35
O father, my heart is scarred by terrible fury… - Heaven will answer with pity for my suffering. - How quickly passed our hour of happy love! Great God, bless them from Heaven.
02:45:39
Every joy on earth is a deceitful spell; a fountain of eternal tears is the human heart. - Come near, my daughter… I'm dying… Embrace me… to your heart! - No, don't die. Yes, it's true, all creatures cry; nature wears a cloak of grief.
02:48:02
Senators, grant my final wish. Let this ducal crown be Gabriele Adorno's. Fiesco, carry out my wish… Maria! Father! Genoans! Let Gabriele Adorno now be acclaimed as your Doge.
02:49:38
- No... Boccanegra! - He is dead... pray for peace for him! Peace for him!

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