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The Diva Dance

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The Diva Dance   Thursday, March 28, 2002 (12:49 p.m.) 

Does anyone know where I can find the words and vocal notes to the Dive Dance? Sheet music, perhaps?

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Re: The Diva Dance   Friday, April 19, 2002 (8:49 a.m.) 

> Does anyone know where I can find the words and vocal notes to the Dive > Dance? Sheet music, perhaps? You know, that's funny, because I am looking for the words, myself. Not to sing, because I could never accomplish something of that great magnitude. I love the song... you can sing it? If anyone can sing that, it is entirely amazing... I absolutely love that song. Anyways, if I find the lyrics somewhere, I'd be happy to send them to you. Just give me an e-mail. P.S.- It sounds Italian.


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Re: The Diva Dance   Friday, April 19, 2002 (8:58 a.m.) 

> You know, that's funny, because I am looking for the words, myself. Not to
> sing, because I could never accomplish something of that great magnitude.
> I love the song... you can sing it? If anyone can sing that, it is
> entirely amazing... I absolutely love that song. Anyways, if I find the
> lyrics somewhere, I'd be happy to send them to you. Just give me an
> e-mail.

> P.S.- It sounds Italian.

Okay, replying to my own post here, I found the lyrics to Diva Dance! Yay! And they ARE Italian! Here they are....

Il dolce suono
Mi colpi di sua voce!...Ah, quella voce
M'e qui nel cor discesa!...
Edgardo! lo ti son reas;
Edgardo! Ah! Edgardo mio!
Si, ti son resa!
Fuggita io son da' tuoi nemici...
Un gelo mi serpeggia nel sen!...
Trema ogni fibra!...Vacilla it pie!...
Presso la fonte meco t'assidi alquanto...
Si, presso la fonte meco t'assidi...

Okay, that's all. Um, the second part? Well, mostly a bunch of Ah's. Heh. Sheetmusic? I dunno. I know it's from an opera about this girl and her lover Edgardo... I think it's called "The Mad Aria of Lucia" or something like that... Argh, I'll find the rest later. Well... that's all.



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Re: The Diva Dance   Wednesday, May 8, 2002 (11:04 a.m.) 

> Okay, replying to my own post here, I found the lyrics to Diva Dance! Yay!
> And they ARE Italian! Here they are....

> Il dolce suono
Mi colpi di sua voce!...Ah, quella voce
M'e qui nel
> cor discesa!...
Edgardo! lo ti son reas;
Edgardo! Ah! Edgardo mio!
>
Si, ti son resa!
Fuggita io son da' tuoi nemici...
Un gelo mi
> serpeggia nel sen!...
Trema ogni fibra!...Vacilla it pie!...
>
Presso la fonte meco t'assidi alquanto...
Si, presso la fonte meco
> t'assidi...

> Okay, that's all. Um, the second part? Well, mostly a bunch of Ah's. Heh.
> Sheetmusic? I dunno. I know it's from an opera about this girl and her
> lover Edgardo... I think it's called "The Mad Aria of Lucia" or
> something like that... Argh, I'll find the rest later. Well... that's all.

Oh My Gosh! Thank you sooooo much! for the past couple of weeks, ive been trying to find SOMETHING out about this song. It seems like one big mystery...-500 sites- NOTHING! Where'd you find this out? Please tell me! E- mail me... post it up here.. whatever. Just wanted to say thanx... thats the best song ever.


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Re: The Diva Dance   Sunday, May 26, 2002 (5:29 p.m.) 

info on the opera etc. at: http://home.swipnet.se/~w-12454/fe/fifthmusic.htm

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Re: The Diva Dance   Sunday, January 12, 2003 (5:36 a.m.) 

> info on the opera etc. at:
> http://home.swipnet.se/~w-12454/fe/fifthmusic.htm

I might be very late, but for information:
This aria is from Lucia Di Lammermoor, an opera from Donizetti. You can find the part on the site http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/variations/scores/scores.html, it's the aria in N°14, in the third act.

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Re: The Diva Dance   Sunday, September 10, 2006 (4:23 p.m.) 

> You know, that's funny, because I am looking for the words, myself. Not to
> sing, because I could never accomplish something of that great magnitude.
> I love the song... you can sing it? If anyone can sing that, it is
> entirely amazing... I absolutely love that song. Anyways, if I find the
> lyrics somewhere, I'd be happy to send them to you. Just give me an
> e-mail.

> P.S.- It sounds Italian.

well, one of the reasons why i wanted to find the lyrics was so i can sing it. but its a little low for me at some parts. BUT... i'm practicing... now that i have the lyrics (thanx to u!). ok well, that's all...


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Re: The Diva Dance   Thursday, October 26, 2006 (6:26 p.m.) 

I would love to sing this as well, if anyone happens across the sheet music can I beg you to tell me where to get it? (I really would like something that included that last part with all the fabulous notes)


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Re: The Diva Dance   Saturday, November 11, 2006 (12:57 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Emma Shapplin  

On my album it states that Emma Chaplin is the voice behind this track (including Lucia Di Lammermoor), BUT an extensive search of the web turns up no one of that name to do with this album! The name that that does come up is Emma Shapplin, a French opera singer, who sings a lot of Italian Contemporary crossover Fusion Opera and as I have heard her voice, it has an uncanny resemblence to my Fifth Element Soundtrack of The Diva Dance.
Now just to confuse you even more!, The Fifth Element sites all state that Inva Mulla Tchako is the voice behind the Diva and NOT Emma Chaplin or Emma Shapplin

What I want to know is, why put Emma Chaplin as the artist who sang this, when 1. She doesn't exist
2.her name is so close to Emma Shapplin to be confused with
3.and why should a non entity get credit in place of the real star?

Totally confused!

Ps Found this link to sheet music! Hope it's ok! www.rfkharris.com/freesheetmusic.html

Terry



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Re: The Diva Dance   Tuesday, November 21, 2006 (9:56 p.m.) 

> I would love to sing this as well, if anyone happens across the sheet
> music can I beg you to tell me where to get it? (I really would like
> something that included that last part with all the fabulous notes)

Eh... Some one sent me an Email with a link in it a while ago but my computer recently crashed and I lost it, could who ever it was send it again maybe? I would be really thankful!



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Re: The Diva Dance   Friday, March 2, 2007 (12:16 p.m.) 

> Eh... Some one sent me an Email with a link in it a while ago but my
> computer recently crashed and I lost it, could who ever it was send it
> again maybe? I would be really thankful!

Here:

http://www.aria-database.com/translations/lucia03_il.txt



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Re: The Diva Dance   Monday, August 13, 2007 (4:31 p.m.) 

> well, one of the reasons why i wanted to find the lyrics was so i can sing
> it. but its a little low for me at some parts. BUT... i'm practicing...
> now that i have the lyrics (thanx to u!). ok well, that's all...

Hi...i'm italian and i was looking for the lyrics of the Diva Dance too so i can sing it...
I only wanted to tell you that with a lot of practicing you can be able to sing it from the beginning to the end....i did!actually i don't have that beautiful voice but it was a pleasure anyway....for myself i mean
so...don't stop practice!
bye!



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Re: The Diva Dance   Sunday, April 8, 2007 (2:22 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: Mozart's Marriage of Figaro (Maria calls)  

> Will someone please put me out of my misery and tell me how I can get that song that the Diva did in the hotel in “The fifth Element” it haunts my soul. The first person that gets it to me can have a copy of Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro (Maria calls)” from the Shawhank redemption


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Re: The Diva Dance   Tuesday, May 1, 2007 (6:44 p.m.) 

Hello, I've downloaded the complete OST of the movie using a torrent file, I found it in http://www.torrentz.com, using the keyword fifth element, shearch here, or if you want i can send you the torrent.


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Re: The Diva Dance   Tuesday, December 25, 2007 (9:08 p.m.) 

OK the diva dance is actually cllaed "il douce suono" it and "Aria of 'Lucia di Lammermoor'
can be found in donizetti's saprano arias and orchestra...that is the sheet music book with all of the collections from that particular composer who was used in the movie fifth element.
type in the name at http://www.sheetmusicplus.com. they have great deals on the music.



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Re: The Diva Dance   Sunday, January 6, 2008 (8:25 a.m.) 
• Now Playing: Diva Dance  

There are actually two parts to the song in the movie. The first is from the Donizetti opera, but the second, the "Diva Dance" was written for the movie, and I, too, am on a hunt for that sheet music, not for the "lyrics" but so that I can sing the notes. I'm not sure it exists for sale, though some clever person might have transcribed it. If anyone knows anything, or has taken the time to transcribe, please let me know!


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The Diva Dance on iTunes   Saturday, March 8, 2008 (1:10 p.m.) 

Thanks for posting the lyrics! I just found the Diva Dance and Lucia di Lammermoor performed by Inva Mulla Tchako on iTunes ( the latter is also found in a very nice CD called Ushuaîa ). Good luck to all who are trying to learn to sing them. You might also wanna check out Joan Sutherland's version of Lucia di Lammermoor on youtube. It's awesome.



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Re: The Diva Dance   Tuesday, August 26, 2008 (1:04 p.m.) 

you know you could.
Ive been using this song for a warm up for a couple years now
and the highest note in there is an 8th octave F#.
well Im natually an alto, so this was quite the feat for me
but I was able to do it.
and with your help with the lyrics, I can do it perfectly.

Just work on it.
everyday, several times a day
eventually you'll see improvment
and then boom, you'll be there

just dont give up.



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Re: The Diva Dance   Tuesday, February 3, 2009 (10:34 p.m.) 

the DIVA DANCE does not containing any words - so easy to sing - if you play an instrument it should be easy for you to transcripe the music to sheet


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