A view from the bridge: an opera in two acts
A View from the Bridge, with a libretto by Arnold Weinstein and Arthur Miller, is a faithful adaptation of the Arthur Miller play. Set in the Sicilian-American community of 1950s Brooklyn, this story deals with the timeless themes of classical tragedy: incestuous love, jealousy, betrayal and revenge. The opera was premiered at Lyric Opera of Chicago in 1999. The same production was performed at the Metropolitan Opera in 2002. The score was somewhat revised for the Metropolitan Opera performances, with a few added arias. This Vocal Score presents the revised version. A recording of the Chicago production of the opera was released by New World Records.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Scene Two Carbone apartment
Hey B I got news
We didnt tell him about me yet
Dont trust people
Scene Three Docks and street
Scene Four The street
Scene Eight Alfieris office
It aint right
Scene Nine The Carbone apartment
Scene Two The Carbone apartment
Scene Two A The Carbone apartment
Scene Three Alfieris officeThe street
Then when I am rich
Rodolpho are you married too
Scene Six LimboTThe street outside the Carbone apartment
When am I gonna be a wife again?
I aint been feeling right is all
Whered you go?
Rodolpho I thought I told you to go in
Leave her alone
Scene Four The Carbone apartment
Im gonna get married Eddie
No 24b Entrance of the OFFICERS Arrest of the submarines
Scene Five LimboTPrison
Scene Six The Carbone apartmentThe street
No 26d CHORUS ENSEMBLE contd EDDIES death
Eyes like tunnels