Aria is the Italian word for "air." In musical circles, an aria is a melodic vocal solo. The soloist portrays the feelings or mood of the characters in an opera or oratorio, thereby expressing the emotions of the characters in the story. The aria offers the singer the opportunity to reveal their own expertise as well often resulting in great favor from audiences. The best singers of arias are often rewarded with not only applause but even fame and fortune for their talent and skills in these large musical pieces.
Find below the highly renowned classical aria 'The Flower Song,' written during the Romantic Period in 1875 by the French composer Alexandre-César-Léopold Bizet, also known as Georges Bizet, who became popularly known across Europe as the great 'Leopold.' The aria is a passage from his highly renowned opera 'Carmen.' I like it. After listening to one of the best Italian tenors in modern times, Jonas Kaufmann of the Vienna Philharmonic Symphony perform The Flower Song, all I can ask is, 'How could any woman say no to that?'
Aria: 'The Flower Song' from Carmen
Composed by Alexandre-César-Léopold Bizet