Behold it! Il mio sposo— [ Si alzano agitati. Son morta! Non trovo altro consiglio. Ad ogni modo voi non siete tranquilla. Susanna esce dalla sua camera [Editor: illegible word] una vesta, ed ascolta indietre. E vero; io sbaglio. Voi la condiscendenza di venir meco avrete—Madama, eccovi il braccio. Complete his transformation.
Tuck up his sleeves, now, above his elbows, I play you, so that the dress may sit upon him with grace and lightness. A little higher. My husband! This way alone is left me. Certain dresses. What noise is that in yonder room? Enter Susanna, with a dress over her arm, who listens at the back of the stage, and observes what is passing.
I ask no longer; I can do without you. Pray be so condescending as to come with me a moment; my arm is quite at your service. Rientra il Conte chi porta in mano una leva. Oh, see the little devil, how he scampers! Let us not waste the time, though. Come my lord when he pleases, there will I await him.
Re-enter the Count, carrying a crowbar, accompanied by the Countess. Pray you forbear, sir, and attend for a moment, do you think I could ever to my duty be false? This is the meeting hinted at in the letter. Susanna esce dal gabinetto, con aria grave ed ironica. Viene Antonio mezzo ubbriaco, portando un vaso di viole, co' gambi schiacciati. Parlate; [ Ad Antonio. Ah, che testa! Entrano Marcellina, Basilio, e Bartolo. Susanna enters from the Cabinet, with a look of ironica gravity. Antonio enters, intoxicated, carrying in his hand a flowerpot of violets, with their stems broken.
Speak out, then. How forgetful! Enter Marcellina, Basilio, and Bartolo. Signor, la vostra sposa ha i soliti vapori e vi chiede il vasetto degli odori. Count and Susanna. E vero, e vero; mi prometti poi. In qual laccio cadea! Well thought of—well thought of; and, then, you truly promise we shall meet in the garden? But, now, the Countess waits for the smelling-bottle. In what a snare had I fallen! Son gentiluomo! E, sopra tutto questo, al mio braccio impresso geroglifico. Entra Susanna, con una borsa di denari in mano, e lo trattiene.
Entra la Contessa, guardando intorno anziosamente. Enter Susanna, with a purse in her hand, meeting the Count, and stopping him. Enter the Countess, looking about anxiously. Entra il Conte, sequito da Antonia col cappello da ufiziale di Cherubino in mano. Entrano la Contessa e Susanna, che vengono insieme. Piano, che meglio or lo porremo in gabbia! Take my word, good my lord, that Cherubino remains still in the castle, and the proof of it is here—his hat and feather. Enter Countess and Susanna, together. Better and better; now we shall surely catch him!
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What place did you appoint him? Susanna and Countess. Viene Cherubino in abita di contadinella: e Barberina con varie altre Contadine, che portano dei mazzetti di fiori e gli presentano alla Contessa. Seal it? Enter Peasant Girls, Cherubino disguised as one of them, and Barbarina.
They all carry nosegays, which they present to the Countess. Entrano il Conte ed Antonio, chi tira Cherubino dalle Villanelle e gli leva la cuffia; la cappellatura gli cade sulle spalle. Dunque gli pone il capello da uffiziale in testa. Sta Cherubino con qli occhi abbassati. Il Conte fa seqnale a Figaro di ritararsi. Come hither, child; give me your flowers; [ Takes the flowers from Cherubino, and kisses his forehead, ] no cause to blush—Susanna, is she not like him?
Enter the Count and Antonio. The latter pulls Cherubino from amongst the girls, and takes off his bonnet, when his long hair falls down about his shoulders. He then places a military cap on his head.
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My Lord—my Lord, if you detain these pretty maidens, farewell feasting, farewell dancing. Cherubino stands with downcast eyes. The Count signs to Figaro to leave them. Here it is! Entrano varie Contadinelle, chi portano il cappellino virginale, ornato di piume bianche, il velo, i guanti, ed il mazzetto, per Susanna e per Marcellina. Bartolo e Figaro vengono insieme.
Segue intanto una lieta danza. The Count, seated on the throne. Enter a party of Country Girls, bearing a little virginal hat, adorned with white feathers, the veil, the gloves, and the nose Edition: current; Page: [ 33 ] gays, for Susanna and Marcellina. Then Bartolo and Figaro together. Next, Antonio, who leads Susanna before the Count, and she kneels. While the Count puts the hat on her head, and presents the veil, the gloves, and the nosegay, the Chorus is sung.
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Susanna slily gives the Count a note, and he puts it dexterously into his waistcoat. Figaro comes to receive Susanna from the hands of the Count, and withdraws on the other side, near Marcellina. Then follows a merry dance. Ella tira segretamente la manica di lui per attrare le sua attenzione, e dunque fingendo aggiustare la ghirlanda gli da nel mano il biglietto.
She secretly pulls him by the sleeve, to call his attention, and then, pretending to adjust the wreath, slips a note into his hand. The Count comes to the front, and, in his hurry to open the note, pricks his finger with the needle with which it is fastened. I read the riddle. Entra Barberina come cercando qualche cosa che aveva perduta.
Enter Barbarina, as if seeking something that she had lost. Entrano Figaro e Marcellina. Enter Figaro and Marcellina. Perhaps; but this, at most, gives you a right, now, to be suspicious, and take in time precaution; it has taught nothing certain. So be it, mother. Entra Figaro, solo. Enter Figaro, solus. Enter Susanna, disguised as the Countess, and the Countess disguised as Susanna, followed by Marcellina. Now to increase the jealous fit upon him!
Entra Cherubino, cantando. Io sento gente! I scarcely can believe my senses! Enter Cherubino, singing. I hear a footstep! But now for my dear Barbarina! Il Conte va nascosamente per le porte di ferro; al sinistro sta Susanna, ed al destro Figaro. Entra il Conte. Enter the Count, stealthily, through the iron gates, Susanna being at the back on the left, Figaro on the right.
Enter the Count. Grand Corregidor of Andalusia. His valet-de-chambre, and major-domo of the chateau. A Physician of Seville. Music-master to the Countess. Gardener to the Chateau, uncle to Susanna, and father to Barbarina. Her head waiting-woman, affianced to Figaro. A duenna. Daughter of Antonio. ATTO I. Figaro sta misurando con una canna il pavimento per lungo e per largo. Susanna si aggiusta davanti uno specchio, un capellino della Contessa in testa. Susanna e Figaro. Susanna and Figaro. I shall learn better, All to the letter, If I am still. La vendetta! O, la vendetta! Vengeance glorious!
There is nothing half so pleasant, In the past or for the present; None but folks of little merit Tamely suffer a wrong from man. With tricks and finesse all their projects defeating, And laugh, in the end, at what people say. I die with pleasure, Dreaming my life away. Terzetto—Count, Susanna, and Basilio. Varie sedie. At the side of the alcove, on the right hand, an outer door leading to a cabinet; on the left, a window; at the upper end, a door which leads to an inner chamber; on the opposite side, the door of a cabinet.
Various seats. Che furba guardatura! Che vezzo, che figura!
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Still, I advise you, sir—bravo! Now let me view you nearer. This cap shows off your graces; But, when you move, remember To moderate your paces. Now rise and walk about; The rogue looks so demurely. Smile that never misses, Edition: current; Page: [ 17 ] And lips all made for kisses,— So lovingly they pout.
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Duet—Susanna and Cherubino. Ah no! Don C. Shall I, then, be rejected? My rank and name neglected? While he, a lowly vassal, Her maiden heart beguiles? Beware, beware, beware! Now comes my turn for glory! Recitativo e Aria. E Susanna non vien? Sono ansiosa di saper come il Conte Accolse la proposta.
Alquanto ardito, Il progetto mi par. E ad uno sposo si vivace E geloso! Oh, cielo! A qual umil stato fatale Io son ridotta da un consorte crudel! Recitative and Air—Countess. Still Susanna not come? I merely change my garments, and take those Of Susanna; each plays the other, And the darkness protects us. Oh, heavens! A husband faithless, yet jealous and suspicious, Even while he the most betrays me! Ah, what a change, ere yet a year is over! Ricevete, O padroncina Queste rose e questi fior, Che abbiam colti stamattina, Per mostrarvi il nostro amor.
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Ma prendere ordini per attaccare. Wrapped up in chains. I get fed. Ma la fame rimane ancora. Not content to live this way.
Got to plan my dispersal. Devo pianificare la mia fuga. Time to leave them all behind. Breaking out of my pain. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.