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Editor: David Newman (added 2008-07-18).   Score information: Letter, 3 pages, 200 kbytes       Copyright: Public Domain
Edition notes: Cross posting by Art Song Central - File Sizes: PDF: 200 KB. - Edition in E flat Major


General Information

Title: O Sole Mio
Composer: Eduardo di Capua
Lyricist: Giovanni Capurrocreate page (1859-1920)


Number of voices: 1v   Voicing: Soprano Solo
Genre: Secular, Art song

Language: Italian
Instruments: Piano


Published:


Description: 'O Sole Mio (My Sunshine) is describd as a Neapolitan Serenade. The English translation was by Nathan Haskell Dole.


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Original text and translations

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Che bella cosa na jurnata ‘e sole,
n’aria serena doppo na tempesta!
Pe’ ll’aria fresca pare gia’ na festa
Che bella cosa na jurnata ‘e sole.


Ma n’atu sole
cchiu’ bello, oi ne’.
‘O sole mio
sta ‘nfronte a te!
‘O sole, ‘o sole mio
sta ‘nfronte a te,
sta ‘nfronte a te!


Lùcene ‘e llastre d”a fenesta toia;
‘na lavannara canta e se ne vanta
e pe’ tramente torce, spanne e canta
lùcene ‘e llastre d’a fenesta toia.


Quanno fa notte e ‘o sole se ne scenne,
me vene quase ‘na malincunia;
sotto ‘a fenesta toia restarria
quanno fa notte e ‘o sole se ne scenne.


Lyrics: by Giovanni Capurro (1859-1920)