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Tengo cierto gusto hacia algunos temas de ópera y aquí va mi interpretación. Ahora les contaré un poco de esta pieza:

Esta habanera, «L'amour est un oiseau rebelle» («El amor es un pájaro rebelde»), es un canto de amor rebelde y que queda resumido, casi leitmotiv de toda la ópera, en ese célebre «Si tu ne m'aimes pas, je t'aime; si je t'aime, prends garde a toi» («Si no me quieres, te quiero; si te quiero, ten cuidado»). Don José «pasa» del revuelo causado por la joven; ésta se acerca a su mesa y le lanza una flor a él, sólo es el inicio del embrujo que lo llevará «por el camino de la desventura».

Una vez que han entrado todas las mujeres en la fábrica tras finalizar el descanso, don José se queda solo hasta que llega Micaela e inician un dúo que llega a la culminación con «Ma mère, je la vois...» «o souvenirs d'autrefoi» («Mi madre, yo la veo...» «Oh recuerdos de otros tiempos»). Cuando Micaela sale de la plaza y se queda don José solo, se produce un gran alboroto en la fábrica de tabaco y salen todas las cigarreras de la fábrica; un grupo echa la culpa a Manuelita y el otro, a Carmen.

Una vez resuelto el alboroto, el teniente Zúñiga pregunta a don José sobre los hechos que han ocurrido a lo que éste indica que se produjo una pelea y una chica apareció con una x señalada en la cara, a la vez que culpa a Carmen, de lo que esta se defiende de forma burlona («tra la la la...»). Zúñiga decide que la joven gitana va a ir al calabozo y le pide a don José que la lleve al calabozo. Mientras que espera a recibir la orden deja solo al brigadier junto a Carmen. La gitana trata de seducirlo («Près de remparts de Seville», «Cerca de las murallas de Sevilla») y él, en principio se niega, para después aceptar. Es el comienzo del fin de don José: deja escapar a la joven gitana y acaba siendo encarcelado y degradado.
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Georges Bizet
El compositor de esta ópera, conocido como Georges Bizet (París, 25 de octubre de 1838-Bougival, 3 de junio de 1875), fue un compositor francés, principalmente de óperas. En una carrera cortada por su muerte prematura, alcanzó escasos éxitos hasta su última obra, Carmen, que se convirtió en una de las obras más populares e interpretadas de todo el repertorio operístico.

Bizet ganó varios premios a lo largo de su brillante carrera como estudiante en el Conservatorio de París, incluyendo el prestigioso Premio de Roma en 1857. Fue reconocido como un pianista excepcional, aunque prefirió no aprovechar su habilidad y en raras ocasiones tocó en público. Tras regresar a París después de pasar casi tres años en Italia, se dio cuenta de que en los principales teatros de ópera parisinos se prefería interpretar el repertorio clásico más arraigado antes que las obras de nuevos compositores. Sus composiciones orquestales y para teclado fueron asimismo ignoradas en su gran mayoría, lo que estancó su carrera por lo que tuvo que ganarse la vida principalmente mediante arreglos y transcripciones de la música de otros. En su busca del ansiado éxito, comenzó varios proyectos teatrales durante la década de 1860, muchos de los cuales abandonó. Ninguna de las dos óperas que se llegaron a escenificar —Los pescadores de perlas y La bella muchacha de Perth— tuvieron éxito de inmediato.

Fuente: Wikipedia

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I have a certain taste for some opera themes and here is my interpretation. Now I will tell you a little about this piece:

This Havana, "L'amour est un oiseau rebelle" ("Love is a rebel bird"), is a song of rebellious love that is summed up, almost leitmotiv of the whole opera, in that famous "Si tu ne m ' aimes pas, je t'aime; if je t'aime, prends garde a toi »(« If you don't love me, I love you; if I love you, be careful »). Don José "passes" the stir caused by the young woman; This one approaches his table and throws a flower at him, it is only the beginning of the spell that will take him "along the path of misfortune."

Once all the women have entered the factory after finishing the break, Don José is left alone until Micaela arrives and they start a duo that reaches the culmination with «Ma mère, je la vois ...» «or souvenirs d 'autrefoi' ("My mother, I see her ..." "Oh memories of other times"). When Micaela leaves the square and Don José is left alone, there is a great uproar in the tobacco factory and all the cigar makers leave the factory; one group blames Manuelita and the other, Carmen.

Once the uproar is resolved, Lieutenant Zúñiga asks Don José about the events that have occurred to what he indicates that a fight occurred and a girl appeared with an x ​​pointed on his face, while blaming Carmen for what is defended mockingly ("tra la la la ..."). Zúñiga decides that the young gypsy woman will go to the dungeon and asks Don José to take her to the dungeon. While waiting to receive the order, he leaves only the brigadier with Carmen. The gypsy tries to seduce him ("Près de remparts de Seville", "Near the walls of Seville") and he, in principle, refuses, and then accepts. It is the beginning of the end of Don José: he lets the young gypsy escape and ends up being imprisoned and degraded.
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Georges Bizet
The composer of this opera, known as Georges Bizet (Paris, October 25, 1838-Bougival, June 3, 1875), was a French composer, mainly of operas. In a career cut by his premature death, he achieved little success until his last work, Carmen, which became one of the most popular and interpreted works of the entire operatic repertoire.

Bizet won several awards throughout his brilliant career as a student at the Paris Conservatory, including the prestigious Rome Prize in 1857. He was recognized as an exceptional pianist, although he preferred not to take advantage of his skill and rarely played in public. After returning to Paris after spending almost three years in Italy, he realized that in the main Parisian opera houses the most entrenched classical repertoire was preferred before the works of new composers. His orchestral and keyboard compositions were also largely ignored, which stagnated his career so he had to make a living mainly through arrangements and transcriptions of the music of others. In search of the desired success, he began several theatrical projects during the 1860s, many of which he abandoned. Neither of the two operas that were staged - The Pearl Fishermen and The Beautiful Girl of Perth - succeeded immediately.

Source: Wikipedia

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