It is part of the standard Italian soprano vocal repertoire,  featured in numerous anthologies for soprano singers and Caro Nome Che Il Mio Cor - Giuseppe Verdi - Rigoletto albums of highlights from the opera.
It is often performed in recitals  and used as an audition piece  by soprano singers. It is very slow, and includes extended high notes which require strong stamina and breath control, and also features a challenging coloratura section which demonstrates the singer's dexterity and accuracy.
This aria is a breathtaking portrayal of young love in all its innocence and idealism. Gilda, Rigoletto's naive, virginal daughter, dreamily muses on The Well-Tempered Clavier: The First Prelude - Bach* - Festival Of Hits name of the man with whom she is in love, unaware that it's a false name and that he is not who he pretends to be.
The psychedelic cult-classic movie Barbarella includes a short bit of the coloratura section, which is heard when a not-very-tech-savvy character attempts to switch off a walkie-talkie. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Royal Opera House. Namespaces Article Talk.
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