The song was composed by Valve composer Mike Morasky, but the librettist is unknown.
“Cara Mia Addio” is an Italian Aria from Portal 2. 02:16.
This is the as-of-now untitled operatic song at the end of the game. Bài hát cara mia addio (portal 2 ost) do ca sĩ Ellen Mclain thuộc thể loại Au My Khac. Contributions: 1000 translations, 26 transliterations, 2497 thanks received, 222 translation requests fulfilled for 121 members, 11 transcription requests fulfilled, added 6 idioms, explained 3 … Among them are GLaDOS, the antagonist in Portal and its sequel Portal 2, the announcer in Team Fortress 2, and the voice of the Combine Dispatch for several games in the Half-Life 2 series. Ellen Mclain - Still Alive (OST Portal) 02:56. Jonathan Coulton's song "Still Alive", which is sung by GLaDOS (voiced by Ellen McLain) over Portal ' s end credits, was considered a large part of Portal's success; in designing Portal 2, Valve desired to incorporate more music into the game, including further involvement from Coulton. She provides the voices of many characters in several video games from Valve. Ellen provides voices for many characters in several video games from Valve.
Fans of Portal 2 with an understanding of Italian have both transcribed them in their original tongue and translated them into English. 04:02. Tìm loi bai hat cara mia addio (portal 2 ost) - Ellen Mclain ngay trên Nhaccuatui. It was over, and now it was time to say goodbye. She was alright. Perhaps it wasn’t so unfitting. Hosted and produced by game industry superstar Tommy Tallarico with special guest performances by Marty O’Donnell, composer of the Halo Series and Ellen McClain, famed singer and voice-over actress (GLaDOS) from the award-winning Portal series. The song was sung by GLaDOS and the Turrets' voice actress, Ellen McLain as the Prima Donna Turret's singing and the Turrets' sounds. "Cara Mia Addio", also known as the "Turret Opera", is a song from the 2011 puzzle video game Portal 2. Coulton wrote a new song for the game's ending credits, "Want You Gone", also written from GLaDOS's viewpoint. 02:27.
“Cara Mia Addio” is an Italian aria, but doesn’t include the official lyrics. Ellen McLain (born December 1, 1952) is an American soprano and voice actress.She is best … The test subject’s official designation was changed to “infant.” It couldn’t be helped; the turrets only had two modes, target and child. Hosted and produced by game industry superstar Tommy Tallarico with special guest performances by Marty O’Donnell, composer of the Halo Series and Ellen McClain, famed singer and voice-over actress (GLaDOS) from the award-winning Portal series. Due to lack of official word from Valve, it is referred to as The Fat Lady Sings, Turret Opera or O Cara Mia, Addio.It was composed by Valve’s awesome in-house composer Mike Morasky.Lyrics by Ellen McLain. In the game, the song is performed by several turrets (who were voiced by Ellen McLain) as a farewell to the player, Chell. Ellen McLain is an opera singer and voice actress from Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Ellen McLain (born December 1, 1952) is an American opera singer and voice actress from Nashville, Tennessee.She is best known for providing the voice of GLaDOS, the computer antagonist of the Portal video game series and "The Witch", a crying female zombie who can easily incapacitate or even kill any player who startled her, from Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2.
Ellen McLain - Notice Of The Dismissal. "Cara Mia Addio" is an Italian aria, but it is not accompanied by official lyrics.
More sheet music from Portal 2!. Ellen McLain - Cara Mia Addio. Ellen McLain/Mike Morasky - Turret Wife Serenade. View wiki Nghe bài hát Cara Mia Addio (Portal 2 OST) chất lượng cao 320 kbps lossless miễn phí. Ellen McLain is a singer and actress from Nashville, Tennessee. 01:39. "Cara Mia Addio" is an Italian aria, but it is not accompanied by official lyrics. The Turret Opera is a chorus made of Aperture Science Sentry Turrets featured at the end of Portal 2, where they sing the song "Cara Mia Addio," a cinematic, operatic song. After GLaDOS lets protagonist Chell go, a Prima Donna Turret sings a song in Italian while the other Turrets provide instrumentals..