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The marriage of Figaro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
|Statement||music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; English version by Donald Pippin.|
|Contributions||Pippin, Donald., Da Ponte, Lorenzo, 1749-1838., Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 1732-1799.|
|LC Classifications||ML50.M939 N62 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||97149738|
Once Figaro leaves, Doctor Bartolo and Marcellina enter. That though you are obliged to fast today, you might be glad to feed to-morrow, grace being first duly said. Bartolo, Basilio and Antonio arrive with torches and weapons, begging him to forgive Figaro. On her way from the room, the Count overhears Susanna tell Figaro that his legal troubles will soon be over.
I assure you, my Lord, what I said, was only meant to sound Susan. Thinking that Susanna is meeting the Count behind his back, Figaro complains to his mother, and swears to be avenged on the Count and Susanna, and on all unfaithful wives. The Count orders Figaro to honour his promise and marry Marcellina. Figaro isn't fooled by his bride's disguise, but plays along with the joke and starts to seduce her.
The Countess believes her husband no longer loves her, while Susanna wants him to leave her alone. Suddenly the real Countess appeared from the pavilion on the right. That's what the Count thinks, at least, so he gives her a gold ring and sneaks off with her. The Countess dictates a letter from Susanna to the Count.
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Figaro and Marcellina see Barbarina, and Figaro asks her what she is doing. The Countess and Suzanne then enter, each dressed in the other's clothes. Figaro celebrates the fact The marriage of Figaro book he's outwitted the Count, but the Count overhears and resolves to make Figaro marry Marcellina as punishment.
The Count declares his love for Susanna, who is really the Countess, while Figaro tells the Countess, who is really Susanna, about the tryst. The Countess comes clean, explaining to her husband that Cherubino's hiding in the closet - but opens the door to find Susanna after all.
After the Count married Rosina, he abolished this 'feudal right', but plans to reinstate it in time for Susanna's wedding. Unaware of the switch, the Countess confesses everything to her husband upon their return.
Figaro mistakes her for the real Countess, and starts to tell her of the Count's intentions, but he suddenly recognizes his bride in disguise.
Welsh National Opera talks give you everything you need to know to enjoy the performance. Figaro arrives and recognises his bride disguised as the Countess. Ashamed and remorseful, he kneels and pleads for forgiveness himself "Contessa perdono!
Figaro agrees that he was being stupid, and they are quickly reconciled. That though you are obliged to fast today, you might be glad to feed to-morrow, grace being first duly said. Marcellina explains the situation, and everyone is happy. Mozart cleverly uses the sound of two horns playing together to represent cuckoldryin the act 4 aria "Aprite un po' quegli The marriage of Figaro book.
They exit, leaving Figaro alone. When evening came round, The marriage of Figaro book two ladies—the Countess dressed as Susanna, and Susanna as the Countess—repaired to the spot appointed in the letter, a secluded part of the park with a pavilion on either side.
The Count witnesses Figaro proudly declaring his love to her and fooled by the disguise, shouts for the guards. Basilio comments on Figaro's foolishness and claims he was once as frivolous as Figaro was. The Count used to spend the night with his servant girls on their wedding nights, before their husband could sleep with them.
Susanna and the Countess arrive, each dressed in the other's clothes. It would be a greater miracle to see you honest.The Marriage of Figaro (French: La Folle Journée, ou Le Mariage de Figaro ("The Mad Day, or The Marriage of Figaro")) is a comedy in five acts, written in by Pierre Beaumarchais.
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