Farinelli, is the artistic name of Carlo Broschi, a young singer in Handel's time. He was castrated in his childhood in order to preserve his voice. During his life he becomes to be a very famous opera singer, managed by his mediocre brother (Riccardo). Written by
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Où s'arrête le pouvoir de sa voix?
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I admire your nerve, madame, in daring to defy Handel.
Women are very strong, signor Farinelli. Men's weaknesses make it necessary.