Vieni, amor mio! (2:17)

Cover of Madama Butterfly - Disc 1, Rome Opera House 1957

From Madama Butterfly - Disc 1, Rome Opera House 1957 and 5 other releases

Act 1
8. Vieni, amor mio! (“Come, my love!”). From her sleeve, Butterfly brings out to show Pinkerton all of her treasures, which include only a few handkerchiefs, a mirror, a sash, and other trinkets. Then she shows him a long, narrow case, which she tells him holds her only sacred treasure, but she cannot open it, because there are too many people around. Goro whispers to Pinkerton that the case contains a “gift” from the Mikado to Butterfly’s father, inviting him to commit seppuku. Butterfly continues to show Pinkerton her other little treasures, including several little statues: “They are the spirits of my ancestors.”

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madama_Butterfly#Act_1

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