This ghiribizzo is a variation of Mozart's aria "La Ci Darem La Mano", from "Don Giovanni", and has helped me learn to play some of the upper positions. It's not technically difficult, no hard stretches, but is a challenge (at least for me) to play well. As a love song (of sorts, as Don Giovanni tries to persuade Zerlina to leave her betrothed Masetto), it's best played slowly and sweetly (the tempo is usually written as andante, which may be a bit too quick for the mood of the aria). I also added some dynamics to better match the original aria, so feel free to omit them and interpret this piece as you like.
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"(P)Lay on, MacDuff, And damn'd be him that first cries, 'Hold, enough!'"