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Nessun Dorma for C Euphonium & Piano

Composer
G.Puccini Arranged Keith Terrett
Arranger
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Solo instrument + piano
Instrumental parts
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An arrangement of Puccinin’s beautiful aria ’Nessun Dorma’’ from Turandot arranged for C Euphonium & Piano.

In the act before this aria, Calaf has correctly answered the three riddles put to all of Princess Turandot’s prospective suitors. Nonetheless, she recoils at the thought of marriage to him. Calaf offers her another chance by challenging her to guess his name by dawn. (As he kneels before her, the Nessun dorma theme makes a first appearance, to his words, "Il mio nome non sai!") If she does so, she can execute him; but if she does not, she must marry him. The cruel and emotionally cold princess then decrees that none of her subjects shall sleep that night until his name is discovered. If they fail, all will be killed.

As the final act opens, it is now night. Calaf is alone in the moonlit palace gardens. In the distance, he hears Turandot’s heralds proclaiming her command. His aria begins with an echo of their cry and a reflection on Princess Turandot.

C Bass Clef & Bb Treble Clef parts are available. If you need another transposition such as Bb pitch in Bass Clef, let me know.

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