Posted on September 30, by Scott Alexander [Content warning: Try to keep this off Reddit and other similar sorts of things. All the townspeople want to forgive him immediately, and they mock the titular priest for only being willing to give a measured forgiveness conditional on penance and self-reflection. They lecture the priest on the virtues of charity and compassion.
Performed by Musopen Symphony 4: The overture is in the key of D major ; the tempo marking is presto; i. The work is well known and often played independently as a concert piece.
Act 1[ edit ] A partly furnished room, with a chair in the centre. Figaro happily measures the space where the bridal bed will fit while Susanna tries on her wedding bonnet in front of a mirror in the present day, a more traditional French floral wreath or a modern veil are often substituted, often in combination with a bonnet, so as to accommodate what Susanna happily describes as her wedding cappellino.
Figaro is quite pleased with their new room; Susanna far less so Duettino: She is bothered by its proximity to the Count's chambers: The Count had the right abolished when he married Rosina, but he now wants to reinstate it.
The Countess rings for Susanna and she rushes off to answer. Figaro, confident in his own resourcefulness, resolves to outwit the Count Cavatina: Figaro departs, and Dr.
Bartolo arrives with Marcellina, his old housekeeper. Figaro had previously borrowed a large sum of money from her, and, in lieu of collateral, had promised to marry her if unable to repay at the appointed time; she now intends to enforce that promise by suing him.
Bartolo, seeking revenge against Figaro for having facilitated the union of the Count and Rosina in The Barber of Sevilleagrees to represent Marcellina pro bono, and assures her, in comical lawyer-speak, that he can win the case for her aria: Bartolo departs, Susanna returns, and Marcellina and Susanna exchange very politely delivered sarcastic insults duet: Susanna triumphs in the exchange by congratulating her rival on her impressive age.
The older woman departs in a fury. Cherubino hides behind Susanna's chair as the Count arrives. Cherubino then arrives and, after describing his emerging infatuation with all women, particularly with his "beautiful godmother" the Countess aria: It seems the Count is angry with Cherubino's amorous ways, having discovered him with the gardener's daughter, Barbarina, and plans to punish him.
Cherubino wants Susanna to ask the Countess to intercede on his behalf.
When the Count appears, Cherubino hides behind a chair, not wanting to be seen alone with Susanna. The Count uses the opportunity of finding Susanna alone to step up his demands for favours from her, including financial inducements to sell herself to him.Sticks and stones should be reviewed.
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