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Yes, it is said that Ethiopia
dares to defy us again,
and to threaten the Nile valley and Thebes.
A messenger will soon bring the truth.
Have you consulted holy Isis?
She has named the commander
of the Egyptian armies.
A happy man!
He is young and valiant.
Now I bear
the divine commands to the king.
If I were that warrior!
If my dreams became true!
A valiant army led by me,
and victory
and the applause of all Memphis!
And to return to you, my sweet Aida,
crowned with laurels,
to tell you: For you I have fought,
for you I have conquered!
Heavenly Aida,
form divine,
mystical garland
of light and flowers.
You are the queen
of my thoughts
and the light of my life.
I would give you back the sky
and breezes of your own country.
I would place a crown upon your brow,
build you a throne
next to the sun.
Heavenly Aida...
...you are the light of my life.
I would give you back the sky...
...build you a throne
next to the sun.
Such unusual joy in your gaze!
What noble pride shines in your face!
How I envy
the woman
whose longed-for image
awakens such radiant happiness in you!
My heart was indulging in a dream.
Today the goddess named the warrior
who will lead the Egyptian armies.
I wish I could be chosen for that honour!
Did no other dream...
...more sweet or gentle,
ever speak to your heart?
You have no desires,
no hopes
in Memphis?
I? What a question!
Perhaps she has discovered
the secret love burning in my heart.
Woe, if another love
should burn in his heart!
She has read the name of her slave in my thoughts!
Woe if my fatal gaze penetrates that fatal mystery!
There she is!
He seems troubled...
...and how he looked at her!
Aida! Is she my rival?
Come, my dear, approach me.
You are neither slave nor servant,
here, where in sweet enchantment,
I called you sister.
You weep?
Tell me the secret of your tears.
Alas, I hear the terrible cry of war!
I fear for my unhappy country,
for myself and for you.
Is that true?
Nothing more serious disturbs you?
Tremble, oh wicked slave!
In her face flash...
Tremble, oh wicked slave!
...anger and suspicion. - I penetrate your secrets!
Woe if our secret love she should read in our hearts!
Tremble lest I learn the truth from those tears and blushes!
Ah! No...
Not alone
for my country
does my heart weep.
The tears
I shed
are tears of
an unhappy love.
Faithful Egyptians, a noble cause gathers you
around your king.
A messenger has just arrived
from the Ethiopian borders.
He brings grave news.
Please hear him.
Let the messenger come forward.
The sacred soil of Egypt
is invaded by the barbarous Ethiopians.
They have destroyed our fields, burnt our crops.
Encouraged by easy victory,
the plunderers march on Thebes.
Do they dare so much!
A fearless warrior leads them: Amonasro!
Their king! - My father!
Thebes is already armed, and from her hundred gates
will fight the barbarous invaders
to death.
Yes, war and death shall be our cry!
War! - War! War!
Terrible, unrelenting!
Holy Isis has already named
the commander
of our unvanquished armies:
Radames!
Thanks to the gods,
my prayers are answered! - I tremble!
Go to the temple of Vulcan,
put on the sacred arms
and fly to victory.
Arise! Egyptian heroes,
hurry to the banks of the Nile.
Let every heart cry:
War and death to the foreigners!
Glory to the gods! Let everyone remember
that they rule the course of events.
The fate of warriors
rests in the hands of the gods alone.
Arise! Egyptian heroes,
hurry to the banks of the Nile.
Let every heart cry:
War and death to the foreigners!
A holy thrill of glory
fills my whole soul.
Let us speed to victory!
War and death to the foreigners!
Commander, receive from my hand
the glorious banner.
May it guide and light you
on the road to glory!
I must love him, and...
...he is an enemy, a foreigner.
War! War! War!
Exterminate them!
Return a conqueror!
"Return a conqueror!"
My lips uttered that wicked word!
Conqueror of my father,
who takes up arms for me
to give me back a country,
a kingdom and the royal name I have to hide here.
Conqueror of my brothers,
I see him stained
with their blood,
triumphant amid
the Egyptian troops.
And behind his chariot I see the king, my father,
bound in chains!
Oh gods, wipe out that insane word!
Restore me to my father's breast.
Destroy the army of our oppressors!
Destroy the squadrons of our oppressors!
Wretched one, what did I say?
And my love?
Can I forget
this ardent love,
which was like a ray of sunlight
though I was captive
and a slave.
Shall I pray for the death of Radames,
the one I love so much!
No heart on earth
has ever suffered
such cruel anguish!
I cannot utter, nor recall
the sacred names of father or lover.
For the one, for the other,
confused and trembling,
I weep and pray.
But my prayer changes to a curse,
my tears become a crime, sighs are a fault.
My soul is lost in dark night
and in this cruel anguish I long to die.
Gods, have pity
on my suffering!
There is no hope
for my sorrow.
Fatal love,
terrible love:
Break my heart
and let me die.
Gods, have pity
on my suffering!
Mighty Ptah,
spirit that animates the world...
We invoke thee!
Thou who from nothing
fashioned the earth, the sea and the sky,
we invoke thee!
Mighty Ptah,
universal creator of life...
We invoke thee!
Divinity who is son and father
of thy spirit,
we invoke thee!
Uncreated, eternal fire,
whence the sun derived its light...
We invoke thee!
Life of the universe,
myth of eternal love,
we invoke thee!
Mortal, beloved of the gods,
the fate of Egypt is entrusted to you.
In your hand, may the sacred sword
bring terror, lightning and death
to the enemy.
May the sacred sword...
Oh god, guardian and avenger
of this sacred land,
spread thy hand
over the soil of Egypt.
Oh god, who rules and arbitrates
in every human war,
protect and defend
the sacred soil of Egypt.
Oh god, guardian and avenger of this sacred land...
Oh mighty, mighty Ptah...
Spirit of fertility,
thou who from nothing fashioned the earth.
We invoke thee!
Almighty Ptah!
You
who amid hymns and applause raise your flight to glory,
terrible even as a god!
Effulgent as the sun!
Come, on your tresses rain
laurels and flowers interwoven.
Let resound the songs of glory
with songs of love.
Come,
beloved,
fill my heart with joy.
Where are the barbarian hordes
of the foreigner now?
They vanished like a mist
at the breath of the warrior.
Come, conqueror,
and receive the reward for glory.
After the smile of victory,
love shall smile upon you now.
Come,
beloved, restore me to life
with a tender word.
Flowers and laurels
shall adorn you.
Come,
beloved,
fill my heart with joy.
Silence, Aida approaches.
She is the daughter of the vanquished, I respect her sorrow.
Seeing her again arouses my terrible suspicions.
The fatal secret shall be revealed.
Fate was cruel to your people,
poor Aida.
I share the grief
that burdens your heart.
I am your friend.
I shall give you everything.
You shall live happily.
How can I be happy here,
far away from my own country?
Not knowing the fate
of my father and brothers?
I feel sorry for you,
but there is a limit
to the ills of the the world.
Time will heal
the anguish in your heart.
And more than time,
a powerful god:
Love!
Oh love immortal! Oh joy and sorrow,
sweetest delirium, dark doubts and woes!
As in your trials new life I borrow,
the smile of love opens heavens to me...
I share her pangs of terror.
Do you have other fears, gentle Aida?
Tell me your secrets,
trust my affection, trust my fond love.
Among the soldiers who fought
for the downfall of your country,
perhaps there is one who arouses
sweet anguish in your bosom? - What are you saying?
Fate has not been cruel to everyone,
although our brave leader
was mortally wounded on the battlefield.
Oh, what have you said! Alas!
Radames was slain by your people.
Why are you crying? - I will cry forever.
The gods have avenged you. - The gods were always against me.
Tremble! I read your heart.
You love him! - I! - Do not lie!
One more word and I will know the truth!
Look at me!
I deceived you.
Radames lives!
Thank the gods!
And you still hope to lie?
Yes, you love him,
but I love him too.
You understand? Your rival is
the pharaoh's
daughter!
My rival?
Well, even so.
But I am just as...
What have I said?
Mercy! Pardon!
Have pity on my sorrow!
It is true. I love him passionately.
You are happy, you are powerful.
I live only for this love.
Tremble, slave, until your heart breaks.
This love can mean your death.
I shall be the judge of your fate,
and vengeance is in my heart.
You are happy, you are powerful.
I live only for this love.
They prepare for the ceremony.
Slave, you shall come with me.
You shall lie in the dust.
I shall share the king's throne.
Oh mercy! What more is left to me? My life is a desert.
Live and rule. Your fury I shall soon
placate.
This love which angers you will soon perish in the tomb.
Follow me, and you shall learn
if you can fight me.
...perish in the tomb.
Follow me!
And you shall learn
if you can
fight me!
Gods, have pity
on my suffering!
Hope have I none
in my distress.
Gods, have pity
on my suffering!
Glory to Egypt and to Isis
who protects our sacred soil.
To the king who rules the Delta,
let us raise festive hymns!
Let the lotus and the laurel
crown the conqueror's brow.
Let a sweet shower of flowers
veil the arms of war.
Let us dance, Egyptian maidens,
the mystic dances,
as the stars dance
in the sky around the sun.
To the supreme arbiters of victory raise your eyes.
Give thanks to the gods...
...on this happy day.
Come, avenging warrior, to the supreme arbiters,
come rejoice with us.
In the heroes' path...
...laurels and flowers let us cast!
Saviour of our country, I salute you.
Come,
my daughter shall present to you
the garland of triumph.
Now ask for whatever you most desire.
Nothing shall be denied to you.
I swear by my royal crown
and the gods.
First allow the prisoners
to be brought before you.
What do I see? Is it he?
My father!
Her father!
You, a prisoner! - Do not betray me!
Come forward!
So you are...?
Her father!
I also fought.
We were conquered.
I sought death in vain.
The uniform I wear
tells you
that I defended my king and country.
Fate was against us.
The courage of the valiant was in vain.
In the dust at my feet lay the king,
wounded many times.
If loving one's country
is a crime,
we are all guilty
and ready to die.
But you, oh king, you, oh mighty lord,
be merciful to these men.
Fate has struck us down today,
but it may strike you down tomorrow.
But you, oh king, you, oh mighty lord...
...be merciful to these men.
Crush, oh king, this savage rabble,
close your heart to their perfidious voices.
By the gods they were condemned to death,
now let the gods' will be done!
Oh you priests, now calm your anger,
listen to their humble prayer.
The sorrow which speaks in her face
makes her even more lovely in my sight.
Every beloved tear she sheds
re-awakens love in my breast.
But you, oh king, you, oh mighty lord,
be merciful to these men.
Fate has struck us down today,
but it may strike you down tomorrow.
Crush, oh king...
...this savage rabble.
Oh king,
by the sacred gods
and your royal crown,
you swore to grant my wish.
I swore. - Well then.
For the Ethiopian prisoners
I ask life and liberty of you.
Death to our country's enemies!
Compassion for these wretched ones!
Hear me, King,
hear me, young hero,
listen to wise counsel:
They are our enemies, and bold they are.
They harbour vengeance in their hearts.
Emboldened by pardon,
they will take up arms again!
Amonasro, their king, is dead,
so there is no hope for the conquered.
At least, as a pledge of peace,
let Aida and her father remain here with us.
I yield to your counsel.
Now I give you a better pledge of peace.
Radames, our country owes everything to you.
The hand of Amneris
shall be your reward.
One day
over Egypt
with her you shall reign.
Now let the slave dare
to take my love away from me!
Glory to Egypt and to Isis,
who protects our sacred soil.
Let the lotus and the laurel...
...crown the conqueror's brow.
Let us raise hymns to Isis,
who protects our sacred soil.
Let us pray that the Fates may ever...
...smile favourably on our country.
What hope now is left to me?
For him, glory and the throne,
for me oblivion,
the tears
of a hopeless love.
Take heart! Your country expects happy events.
The dawn of vengeance is already near.
Glory to Egypt and to Isis,
who protects our sacred soil.
Let the lotus and the laurel...
...crown the conqueror's brow!
Oh goddess, of Osiris,
both mother and bride immortal,
goddess who awakes
chaste emotions in the human heart.
Grant us
thine aid.
Grant us thy merciful aid,
oh mother of great love.
Come to the temple of Isis.
On the eve
of your wedding,
invoke the favour of the goddess.
Isis reads the hearts of mortals.
Every human secret
is known to her.
Yes, I will pray
that Radames
may give me his whole heart,
as mine will be devoted
to him alone forever.
Let us go.
You will pray till break of day.
I shall be with you.
Grant us thine aid!
Oh mother of great love...
Radames is coming here!
What can he want to say to me?
I tremble!
If you should come, oh cruel one
to bid me farewell,
the dark, swirling waters of the Nile
shall be my grave
and bring me peace, perhaps,
and oblivion.
Oh my homeland,
I shall never see you again!
Never again...
Oh blue skies, oh soft native breezes,
where the light of my youth
shone in tranquillity.
Oh green hills
and perfumed shores
of my homeland,
I shall never see you again.
Oh cool valleys, blessed, tranquil refuge
which once was promised to me by love.
Now that the dream of love has faded,
I shall never see
my homeland again.
Heavens! My father!
A grave reason brings me to you, Aida.
Nothing escapes my glance.
You burn with love for Radames.
He loves you. You wait for him here.
The daughter of the Pharaohs is your rival.
That accursed,
abhorrent race, fatal for us!
And I, the daughter of Amonasro, I am in her power!
In her power?
No!
If you want to,
you can conquer your powerful rival.
Country, throne and love,
you shall have them all.
Again you'll see our scented forests,
cool valleys, golden temples!
Again I shall see our scented forests,
cool valleys, golden temples.
There you'll enjoy sweet contentment,
happy wife to him you love so much.
One single day of such sweet enchantment,
one hour, one hour of such a joy, and I would gladly die!
But remember that Egypt has profaned
our homes, our altars and temples,
bound the ravished virgins in chains,
murdered our mothers, old men and children.
I remember well those unhappy days,
I remember the grief in my heart!
Oh gods,
let the longed-for dawn
of happy days
return for us.
Our people are ready to rise again.
Victory will be ours.
I only need to know
which route the enemy will take.
Who could discover that?
Who?
You yourself! - I?
I know you're waiting for Radames.
He loves you.
He commands the Egyptians.
You understand?
Oh horror!
What are you asking?
No, never!
Then let the Egyptians
destroy our cities with fire!
Spread terror, carnage and death,
there is no obstacle to your fury.
Ah! Father! - You call yourself my daughter!
Pity!
Rivers of blood engulf the cities of the conquered.
Do you see? From the black whirlpools the dead arise
and point at you, crying:
"For you, your country dies!"
Father, have pity!
A horrible ghost appears.
Tremble! Lts fleshless arms it has raised above your head!
It is your mother, see her, she is cursing you.
Ah no! Father, have pity!
Pity!
You're not my daughter.
You're the slave
of the Pharaohs!
Father,
I'm not their slave.
Don not curse me,
do not revile me.
You will be able
to call me daughter still.
I'll be worthy...
...of my country.
Remember that a people
conquered and tormented,
through you alone...
...can rise again.
Oh my country,
how much you cost me!
Courage, he's coming.
I'll hide here and hear everything.
At last I see you, my sweet Aida.
Go away. What can you hope for?
Love leads me to you.
The rites of another love await you,
husband of Amneris.
What are you saying?
You alone, Aida, can I love.
The gods hear me! You shall be mine.
Don't dishonour yourself with a lie.
Brave, I loved you. I would not love you a liar.
Do you doubt my love?
How do you hope to avoid the charms of Amneris,
the will of the king, the wishes of the people,
the anger of the priests?
Hear me, Aida.
To the fierce call of a new war,
the land of Ethiopia has awakened once more.
Your people already invade our land.
I shall command the Egyptian armies.
When we are victorious,
I'll reveal my heart to the king.
You'll be the crown of my glory
and we'll be blessed by eternal love.
You'll be the crown of my glory
and we'll be blessed by eternal love.
Do you not fear the vengeful fury of Amneris?
Her vengeance will fall like a thunderbolt upon me,
upon my father, all of us.
I will defend you.
In vain, you will be powerless!
But if you love me,
there's another way for us to escape.
What is that?
To flee!
To flee?
Let us flee from the hostile passions
of these barren lands.
A new country
will welcome our love.
In virgin forests,
perfumed with flowers,
in ecstasy,
we'll forget the world...
I must flee with you to a foreign country?
Abandon my native land and the altars of our gods?
The land where I won the first laurels of glory,
the sky that witnessed our love,
how could we forget them?
There, in virgin forests...
The sky that witnessed our love...
...in ecstasy.
The sky that witnessed our love,
how could we forget it?
Beneath my sky, love will be granted to us more freely.
In the same temple,
we'll share the same gods.
Abandon my native land...
Let us flee!
Aida! - You do not love me. Go!
Not love you? - Go!
Never did man or god
burn with such powerful love.
Go. Amneris awaits you at the altar.
No, never! - Never, you said?
Then the axe will fall
on me and my father.
Ah no!
Let us flee!
Let us flee together to the desert.
Here ill fortune rules, there love awaits.
The desert shall be our bridal couch.
Above us the stars will shine
with a clearer light.
In the happy land of my fathers, paradise awaits us.
There the soil
is fragrant with flowers.
Cool valleys and green fields will be our bridal couch.
Above us the stars will shine with a clearer light.
Come with me, together we shall flee
from the land of pain and sorrow.
Come with me, I love you.
Love will be our guide!
Tell me which route we should take to avoid the army?
The route chosen for the attack
will be deserted until tomorrow.
Which route is that?
The gorges of Nąpata.
The gorges of Nąpata!
My men will be there!
Who is listening?
I am Aida's father, the king of Ethiopia.
You, Amonasro?
You, the king?
Gods, what did I say? No, it is not true!
It is a dream, a delirium.
Ah no! Listen to me! - Your love for Aida...
Trust in my love. ...will raise you a throne.
I am dishonoured!
For you I have betrayed my country.
You are not guilty!
Fate willed it.
For you I have betrayed my country!
Come with us. Across the Nile, devoted warriors await us.
There your heart's desire
love will crown.
Come, come!
Traitor!
My rival!
You come to ruin my plans!
Die!
Ho there, guards!
Quickly, flee!
Priest,
I am your prisoner.
My hated rival has escaped me.
Radames awaits the priests' sentence
as a traitor.
He is not a traitor.
But he revealed the secret of the war.
And he wanted to flee,
to flee with her.
Traitors all of them!
Death to them!
What am I saying?
I still love him.
This desperate, insane love
destroys my life.
If only he could love me!
I want to save him.
But how?
I'll try!
Guards!
Let Radames come hither.
The priests assemble
to decide your fate.
But from this terrible accusation
you may yet be absolved.
Justify yourself, and I shall plead for you
before the throne,
and be messenger...
...of life and pardon.
The judges will never hear
excuses from me.
In the sight of the gods and of mankind
I feel myself neither despicable nor guilty.
It is true that my unguarded lips
spoke the fatal secret.
But my thoughts are pure...
...and I still have my honour.
Then justify and save yourself! - No! - You will die!
I loathe life!
The fountain of happiness has run dry.
Vanished is every hope.
I wish only to die.
To die?
Oh, you must live!
For my love you shall live.
I have already suffered
the anguish of death for you.
I loved you, suffering so much,
the nights spent in tears.
My country,
throne and life,
all would I give for you.
For her I too betrayed my country...
...and my honour.
No more of her!
Dishonour awaits me,
and you want me to live?
You filled me with wretchedness.
You took Aida from me
and perhaps you have slain her.
And as a gift, do you offer me life?
I, responsible for her death?
No, Aida lives!
She lives?
In the crowd of desperate fugitives,
only her father fell.
And she?
Aida vanished, without a trace!
May the gods lead her safely
to her own country.
And never let her know the fate of him who is about to die for her.
If I save you, swear to me that you will never see her again!
I cannot!
Renounce her forever
and you shall live! - I cannot!
For the last time: Renounce her.
It is useless!
Do you wish to die then, madman? - I am ready to die.
Who will save you, wretched man,
from the fate that awaits you?
You have changed a matchless love to hate.
Now my tears
will be avenged by heaven...
If I die for her,
death will be a supreme joy. - Who will save you?
My heart will know unsurpassed joy
in suffering the extreme penalty.
Avenged by heaven...
Human wrath I fear no more,
I only fear your pity.
Alas!
I shall surely die!
Who will save him?
I delivered him into their power.
Now I curse you,
vile jealousy,
that pointed the way
to his death and my heart's eternal grief!
Here are the fatal
and inexorable ministers of death!
Oh, let me not see those white phantoms!
I delivered him...
...into their power.
Heavenly spirit,
descend
upon us!
Strengthen us in the beams
of the light eternal.
Touch thy justice
through our lips.
Gods, have pity on my tormented heart.
He is innocent. Save him, oh gods!
Great and desperate is my grief!
Heavenly spirit...
Oh, who will save him?
I shall surely die!
Ah me, ah me,
I shall surely die!
Radames!
You revealed the secrets of your country
to a foreigner.
Justify yourself!
He is silent.
Traitor!
Mercy, he is innocent.
Gods, have pity!
Radames!
You deserted your camp
the day before the battle.
Justify yourself!
He is silent.
Traitor!
Ah, pity! Oh save him!
Oh gods, have pity!
Radames!
You have betrayed
your country,
king and honour.
Justify yourself!
He is silent.
Traitor!
Ah, pity! Oh, save him!
Oh gods, have pity.
Radames, your fate is decided.
You shall die the death of a criminal.
Beneath the altar of the gods you disdained...
...you shall be entombed alive.
Buried alive in the tomb!
The criminals!
They are never sated with blood.
Yet they call themselves ministers of heaven!
Priests, you have committed a crime,
like tigers thirsting for blood.
You've outraged the gods,
and punished a man without guilt.
He is a traitor!
He shall die!
Priests, you know that the man you slay
was once loved by me.
May the curse of a broken heart
fall upon your heads.
He is a traitor!
He shall die!
Oh priests,
you have outraged earth and heaven...
Impious men!
A curse upon you!
Vengeance will descend
from heaven!
Curses on you!
The fatal stone
has closed upon me.
This is my tomb.
I'll never see daylight again.
I'll never see Aida again.
Aida,
where are you?
May you at least live happily
and never know of my terrible fate!
What cry is that?
A phantom? A vision?
No, it is a human form!
Heavens! Aida!
It is I.
You,
in this tomb?
My heart warned me of your sentence.
Secretly I came to the tomb
which was being opened for you.
Here, far from every human eye,
in your arms
I wished to die.
To die, so pure and lovely?
To die, for loving me!
In the flower of your youth...
...to fly from life.
Heaven created you for love,
and I kill you by loving you.
You shall not die.
I loved you too much,
you are too beautiful!
Do you see? Death's shining angel
hastens towards us,
and carries us to eternal joy
upon his golden wings.
Already I see heaven opening,
there all torment ceases,
there begins the ecstasy
of an immortal love...
A sad song!
The priests' ritual beg!
Our hymn of death!
Even my strong arms
cannot move you, oh fatal stone!
All is finished
on earth for us.
It is true.
It is true.
Oh earth, farewell. Farewell, valley of tears.
A dream of joy fades in sorrow.
For us, the gates of heaven open.
Heaven opens,
and our wandering souls
fly to the light
of eternal day.
Oh earth, farewell. Farewell, valley of tears...
...fly to the light
of eternal day.
Mighty Ptah, we invoke thee.
For us, the gates
of heaven open!
Oh earth, farewell...
Peace, I beg!
Peace...
Mighty Ptah!
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