Asked • 04/01/19

What is the translation of V/vi in the Mozart's canon V'amo di core?

The text of Mozart's canon V'amo di core is> V’amo di core teneramente, si, si!> Io non vi posso altro amare no, no!> Uh, che dolore, uh che tormento, uh, uh! Clearly the "V" and the "vi" means "you" here, but what is the exact grammatical role? Is it a single person or several persons? And does the second line indeed mean "I cannot love someone different from you?"?

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Davis R. answered • 08/14/19

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