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Tutto giova a un raggiro; il colpo è fatto. Bene, io tutto farò! may-be she’s told the Countess of my intriguing; if she’s betray’d me, her lover weds the old woman. Entra il Conte, sequito da Antonia col cappello da ufiziale di Cherubino in mano. [Behind.] with a Contract in her hand, followed by Susanna, who listens at the back. Giù quel manto. Entrano Bartolo e Marcellina, con un contratto in mano, sequiti da Susanna, che ascolta al fondo. sì!—certo. No, no, Susanna. [Cherubino upsets a chair in the cabinet. Ma se Figaro t’ama, ei sol pria.—. [Aloud.] [Susanna fugge; Figaro la segue; Il Conte, che ha sentite dal fondo le ultime parole, torna. Accennando Figaro abbracciato con Marcellina. How did he take it? Is’t a spatula, on the right arm printed? [Il Conte trova lo spillo, e lo prende, finisce il ballo. Cherubino runs to hide himself in the cabinet. E un maligno con voi ch’ ha gli occhi in testa? Tempo di caricamento della pagina: 0.03 sec. A sinistra, alla quinta di mezzo, porta di entrata; dal lato opposto, all’ ultima quinta, porta di un gabinetto. Entrano varie Contadinelle, chi portano il cappellino virginale, ornato di piume bianche, il velo, i guanti, ed il mazzetto, per Susanna e per Marcellina. Si, se voluto aveste intendermi voi stessa. Pray be so condescending as to come with me a moment; my arm is quite at your service. Eh, via! S’death! But this drunkard—what does he want here? la patente del paggio. Oh, no: if you require it, keep it yourself. [Aside to Susanna.] So, so; he’s not departed? Really, madam, you grow worse than ever. Only the ribbon and cap that in the night time binds the head you respect so. Ah, ah! [Takes the key out of the cabinet, and goes to open the door to the Count. Flemma, flemma—e poi flemma; il fatto è serio, e pensarci convien; ma guarda un poco che ancor non sai di che si prenda gioco. Air. Ella tira segretamente la manica di lui per attrare le sua attenzione, e dunque fingendo aggiustare la ghirlanda gli da nel mano il biglietto. only see how page-like he blushes! After disposing of Cherubino and Barbarina, who were also in the left hand pavilion, he dragged out the supposed Countess, who fell down on her knees before him, imploring his forgiveness. SUSANNA. Gli si leggeva in fronte, il dispetto, la rabbia. Good heavens! Vieni, cara Susanna, finiscimi l’istoria. Once surpris’d and caught in his misdoings, he’ll be glad to comply with all our wishes. I’ll stop at nothing my purpose to carry. Gardener to the Chateau, uncle to Susanna, and father to Barbarina. Ah! porgile a me. Entra Susanna in abito della Contessa, e la Contessa in abito di Susanna, seguitata da Marcellina. Pagarla!—in qual maniera? Ah! Now, mark me: say you’ll meet me, my dearest, when day is o’er, within the orange bower, and your kindness shan’t go without reward. Sestetto.—Marcellina, Don Curzio, Conte, Bartolo. Allorche un nastro legò la chioma, ovver toccò le pelle—d’ oggetto. The serpent! But now for my dear Barbarina!—A petticoat, by heavens! Oh, be contented. The Peasant-Girls go out. And now this question to settle. Enter Basilio, Antonio, Curzio, Bartolo, Servants and Peasants with torches. [Prende per uno braccio Cherubino, e lo mette in piede.] Bitte lesen Sie eine Kurzanleitung. Nobody but Susanna, insisted the Countess. [While the last verse is being sung, Susanna kneels to the Count, who places upon her head the bridal wreath. Ella tira segretamente la manica di lui per attrare le sua attenzione, e dunque fingendo aggiustare la ghirlanda gli da nel mano il biglietto. [A Cherubino, come Susanna entra nel gabinetto.] He searches on the ground for the needle. The letter’s folded; and now with what to seal it? And break down the hope of the fools who would marry. whole as it happen’d. When it came to the trial, however, it was discovered that Figaro was the child of Marcellina and Doctor Bartolo, by which timely discovery every obstacle to Figaro’s and Susanna’s union was removed. Ritira Figaro ancora, e Cherubino corre nel padiglione al sinistra. then no more you burn, sir, for the Countess? E ver, ma in di lui vece s’ opporra Marcellina. Bravo! Remain, sir. What’s contain’d in this note? Segue intanto una lieta danza. If you’re for dancing, trust me, good master. MI SENTO DAL CONTENTO—WHAT TRANSPORT NOW IS FLYING. That’s what I would know. Entrano Don Curzio, accompagnato da e parlando con Marcellina, Bartolo, e Figaro. Indeed, sir! What noise is that in yonder room? Basilio, in traccia tosto di Figaro volate: Io vò che veda—. [Back to Top] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Mozart’s Opera Marriage of Figaro, containing the Italian text, with an English translation, and the Music of all of the Principal Airs [1786]. I’m all in such a tremble!—but, if madam commands it—. Never mind me; ’tis my nature to be joking. Attendi; acrivi sul riverso del foglio, “Rimandate il sigillo. Oh Dei! protesta Ponyo che, determinata a voler diventare una bambina e a ritornare da Sosuke, scappa. Allato alt’ alcova, alla sinistra degli attori porta pratticabile di un gabinetto; dalla parte opposta fineetra pratticabile. Cherubino quickly fled into the chamber of the Countess—to the right—and the Countess opened the door. ne’er will I give thee back; no, not for millions! Figaro viene a ricever Susanna dalle mani del Conte, e si ritira dall’ altra parte vicino a Marcellina. All, then, is ready; nor can the moment now, Be distant. Chi al par di me contenta! Let’s go, ma’am. Long’d for, when I may call thee mine, love! Perfidi! And here I’ll brood on vengeance! This way, and you’ll be sure to catch him. Cos’ è cotesto strepito? He seeks his greatest foe, then, poor fellow. A project of Liberty Fund, Inc. Full site con un contratto in mano, sequiti da Susanna, che ascolta al fondo. Basilio, now hasten; say to our Figaro I want him. I know the needle, dear mother, in truth’s the very same I saw with the letter. SCENE I.—: A Room only half furnished; near the centre a large arm-chair. Il Conte prende dal suo dito un anello, e lo da alla Susanna finta. All is just as I left it; now your decision—will you open or not, ma’am? Il Conte ieri, perchè trovommi sol con Barbarina, il congedo mi diede; e se la Contessina, la mia bella comare, grazia non m’intercede, io vado via, io non ti vedo più, Susanna mia. E vero, e vero; mi prometti poi. She secretly pulls him by the sleeve, to call his attention, and then, pretending to adjust the wreath, slips a note into his hand. SCENE IV.—: A Garden, with a practicable Pavilion on each side. dalle Villanelle e gli leva la cuffia; la cappellatura gli cade sulle spalle. Discovering that he has got hold of Cherubino. I do begin, sir, to perceive your purpose; Ma piano, piano, piano, piano, piano, piano, piano. Forbitevi la bocca, O Signor scaltro. [Osservando Cherubino.] They are on system faithless, changeful from disposition, while from their pride, child, they are no less jealous. Susanna lo copre colla vesta, che ha recata. What excuse now? And laugh, in the end, at what people say. [A Cherubino, che sta afflitto.] Susanna then throws the dress over the latter. [Al fondo.] Sie können die Buchrezension schreiben oder über Ihre Erfahrung berichten. At a gallop or an amble, luck be with him! He wanted to lodge a complaint against some one who had jumped out of the window from the Countess’ room, broken some of his flower-pots, and escaped through the garden. Oh cielo! Dictating to Susanna, who places herself at the table, con varie altre Contadine, che portano dei mazzetti di fiori e gli presentano alla Contessa. Myself? Sie wird in 1-5 Minuten geliefert. as many as you please—I’ll take all! No anger, beauty; we’ve all our fancies. [Susanna runs away; Figaro follows her; the Count, who has heard from the back of the stage the last words, returns. Entrano il Conte ed Antonio, chi tira Cherubino dalle Villanelle e gli leva la cuffia; la cappellatura gli cade sulle spalle. Brava! Very—very—now, then, my fair ones; come follow. Figaro came in, to accompany Susanna to the wedding. Lo vuolesi!—lo vuol; manco parole. This Cherubino was, when our story opens, under orders to leave for the army immediately, in punishment for a misdemeanor, which he had been guilty of. Il caos del mondo oceanico si riversa sulla cittadina di Sosuke fino a farla sprofondare sotto i flutti. The Count Almaviva, since he enjoyed the quiet possession of his most excellent wife, began to bestow more attentions on the female portion of his household, particularly on Susanna, than were absolutely necessary, evincing at the same time an unreasonably jealous disposition towards the Countess. In his terror he hid then where you found him. DEH VIENI, NON TARDAR—AH, WHY SO LONG DELAY. Vo da Susanna, e poi da Cherubino. To put one’s faith in a woman is but folly; Giunse, alfin, il momento che godrò senza, Here, at length, is the moment so impatiently. Soon shall we see, then, who’ll victor be, then; Va là, vecchia pedante! Takes the key out of the cabinet, and goes to open the door to the Count. The Count takes a diamond ring from his finger, and gives it to the supposed Susanna. Ah! Going to the window, and making signs, as if about to leap out. SCENA I.—: Gabinetto.—Il Conte, che passeggia turbato, e riflessivo—Susanna in fondo. Away, then. Receives the proposition;—the jest’s a bold one, I merely change my garments, and take those. Your modern husbands all act in this fashion. What’s the meaning, forsooth, of this clatter? Papà Balzi Benito e la sua sposa Gabriella, originari delle Marche e freschi di matrimonio, negli anni ’70 decisero di inseguire il loro sogno di entrare nel mondo caseario, in particolare per la produzione di della Robiola. At a sign from the Count, Barbarina and the Chorus go off, while Susanna, Cherubino, Basilio, Figaro, and the Count remain. Well, ma’am, what does it matter? I’ll fasten, though, the door. FIGARO. Deh, dammelo, Sorella; dammelo per pietà. Questa è l’ unica strada, onde monsù, sorpreso da madama, sia costretto a far poi quel che si brama. SCENA II.—: Sala ricca, con trono, preparata a festa nuziale. Cospetto!—But no matter. Abandon your doubtings, abandon misgivings. Viene Cherubino in abita di contadinella: e Barberina con varie altre Contadine, che portano dei mazzetti di fiori e gli presentano alla Contessa. Do you believe now. [Pointedly to Figaro.] Here it is; and, when he appears, I’ll make him sing it. Tutto ancor non ho perso; mi resta la speranza. Non vi basta, che scherzando io ci pensi? non so s’io vegli o dorma? questo è giudizio!—con quegl’ occhi modesti!—con quell’ aria pietosa! Enter a party of Country Girls, bearing a little virginal hat, adorned with white feathers, the veil, the gloves, and the nose. In what a snare had I fallen! Ah! Countess. Ai vostri posti, o belle, ai vostri posti! This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. Susanna, Cherubino, Basilio, Figaro e Il Conte, restano. Il Conte trova lo spillo, e lo prende, finisce il ballo. Bartolo e Figaro vengono insieme. we’ll have rare sport, believe me. Poor fellow, he is grieving because his lordship bids him quit the castle. enters from the Cabinet, with a look of ironica gravity. [Dashes him off, and rushes again into the pavilion. Adieu. is discovered, measuring out a space with a rule, while. [To the Count.] Entra la Contessa, guardando intorno anziosamente. [To Cherubino, who looks sad.] Brauchen Sie Hilfe? sì!—certo! Your conduct indeed, sir, deserves all you’ve met; The proverb holds good here, to live and let live. Pray leave me to myself; favor I ask not, nor have I claims upon you. AMANTI COSTANTI—YE LOVERS, FOR WHOM NOW THE ALTAR. What fortune! Quand’ egli è persuaso—e dove è il tempo? A quale avanza il Conte ed affrettandosi aprire il biglietto si pugne il dito coll’ ago che lo lega. Peasants, male and female; Officers of Court, Valets, Bravos, &c. &c. the scene is laid at the chateau of agnas frescas, three leagues from seville. Figaro takes several papers from his pocket, and pretends to seek what is wanted. Every effort has been taken to translate the unique features of the printed book into the HTML medium. Ah, you deluder! I wish to make you happy. Io sento gente! That so nearly it concern’d me. The Count then, without releasing his hold on Figaro, called his servants and guests, who came in large numbers with lights and torches, and bade them to be witnesses of his dishonor. Next, Antonio, who leads Susanna before the Count, and she kneels. Figaro with great difficulty quieted the Count’s newly arisen suspicions, by avowing himself the culprit. Venite, O belle giovani! I wonder wherefore our Page comes not to seek me; he’s full of youthful fancies. In qual laccio cadea! Breathe sweeter perfumes. [Ad Figaro.] with a dress over her arm, who listens at the back of the stage, and observes what is passing. [Cherubino, who has till now remained crouched in the chair, raises himself up, as if seated therein. [The Count returns, dragging in Susanna, who hides her face in her hands. SCENE II.—: A magnificent Chamber, with an alcove. The Countess granted it in good grace. Come vi piace; entro quel gabinetto; che v’e chiuso vedrò! LA NOSTRA STORIA... Una famiglia, storia di una passione di padre in figlio.. ovvero la capacità di coniugare Tradizione e Innovazione. Horrible! This venerable dame, with the assistance of Doctor Bartolo, who owed Figaro an old grudge on account of his ward Rosina, who had been snatched from him principally through the instrumentality of the barber, made secret preparations to interrupt the nuptial festivities with a tremendous thunder shower. And why have you remain’d, then? [To Figaro.] In saying this, he imitates the action described by lifting the dress from the arm-chair, when he discovers the Page. Figaro, who was duped as much as the Count, then made a noise, and the Count sent the supposed Susanna into the pavilion on the right, expecting to join her ere long. But I’m well born, sir!—without permission of both my illustrious parents—. Take my guitar, and play to our minstrel’s singing. ma dunque non più, per la Contessa segretamente il vostro cor sospira? Farewell, my excellent Cherubino; What a change a moment makes in all your fortunes! [Pushing Cherubino out of the chair, and seating him self.] Away, and quickly. Dopo aver scoperto un intrigo magico che coinvolge le sue due sorelle, la diciottenne Sophie cade vittima di un incantesimo che trasforma il suo corpo in quello di una vecchia. E fù un pretesso, parlato io non aurei senza di questo. [The Count attempts to conceal himself behind the armchair, when Susanna interposes, and in the meanwhile Cherubino slips round and glides into it. Enter the Count, stealthily, through the iron gates, Susanna being at the back on the left, Figaro on the right. [Sees a ribbon round his arm.] Prende i fiori da Cherubino e bacia la sua fronte. Lasciano insieme il teatro ma il Conte aggrappa il mantello di Figaro, e Susanna corre nel padiglione al destra. Jonathan Strange & Il Signor Norrell | Clarke Susanna | download | B–OK. Dunque? [With a confident air.] But what made you so cross and so disdainful this morning? Enter the Count, followed by Antonio, with Cherubino’s regimental hat in his hand. Ah me, unhappy! Nay, what injustice! Ben, bene, io vi perdono; Anzi farò di più; vacante è un posto d’uffizial nel reggimento mio; io scelgo voi. Zounds! [Irritamente.] [They come forward, flurried.] Were she but once persuaded to scorn Almaviva’s love-approaches, he then, from disappointment, would assist me, I’m certain, and Figaro compel to be my husband. Cherubino stands with downcast eyes. Ancora meglio, cosi potrem più presto imbarazzarlo, confonderlo, imbrogliarlo, rovesciargli i progetti. And wherefore should I do a thing so absurd? The Countess looks over the Count’s shoulder. I suppose, then, these papers have fallen from your pocket? Basilio of this has told you. At last you’re dotected, no longer suspected; Those terrors affected avail you no more. [Esaminandola, e mostrandola una lettera da Figaro.] [A Susanna.] They all carry nosegays, which they present to the Countess. dinanzi al Conte, ed ella s’ inginocchia. col cappello da ufiziale di Cherubino in mano. I wish to give a word of advice, sir. Unabhängig davon, ob Sie das Buch mögen oder nicht, Ihre ehrliche und ausführliche Beschreibung kann anderen Leuten beim Suche der Bücher helfen. Contented; so be it. [Seats himself. Susanna then withdrew into the shade of the thicket, leaving her mistress alone waiting for the Count. RIVISTA ITALIANA DI NUMISMATICA RIVISTA ITALIANA DI NUMISMATICA DIRETTA DAL D/ SOLONE AMBROSOLI CONSERVATOLE DEL REGIO GABINETTO NUMISMATICO DI BRERA E DA UN CONSIGLIO DI KEDAZION When fortune smiled upon him, however, he forgot his old attachment entirely, and, by an ill choice, fixed the date of his union with Susanna on the same day, on which he was to have married Marcellina. a quel che tutti dicono io non aggiungo un pelo. it has pricked his lordship’s finger—and now he’s looking for it—ah, how stupid! You scanip! [Ironically.] Well thought of—well thought of; and, then, you truly promise we shall meet in the garden? [Aparte.] And, more than all the rest, on my arm’s impress’d a hieroglyphic, too. Lo chiedo a voi, io vengo in questo punto. Almaviva, inwardly rejoicing at the turn affairs took, and thinking to profit by it, evinced great interest in the case. The latter pulls Cherubino from amongst the girls, and takes off his bonnet, when his long hair falls down about his shoulders. Sestett.—Marcellina, Don Curzio, Count, Bartolo, and Figaro. She secretly pulls him by the sleeve, to call his attention, and then, pretending to adjust the wreath, slips a note into his hand. è il foglio, che Figaro gli scrisse. [Cherubino hides behind the chair.] [Susanna nasconde la lettera in suo seno. E con quel dritto ch’oggi prendi su me, finche tu vivi, chiedi, imponi, presclivi. Receive them as you ought, and make them happy. Entrano la Contessa e Susanna, che vengono insieme. [Strappandole gliele da.] what madness!—to one who’s still so jealous! Ah, give it me, Susanna; in pity give it me. Adieu! He had heard voices in the room, when he approached it. Suddenly Cherubino came in, who, it seems, had made an appointment with Barbarina, the gardener’s daughter, on the same spot. Take up your places—my beauties, to your places. stealthily, through the iron gates, Susanna being at the back on the left, Figaro on the right. Via presio la canzone, che stamane a me deste—a madama cantate. Is’t slander, then, with you to use one’s senses? [Exeunt all except the Count and Countess. [Antonio goes; the Count again shows the paper, and the Countess sees that it is the commission. Parla, parla, mia cara! Convien che abbiate i gran pensieri in mente. Dunque gli pone il capello da uffiziale in testa. [To Cherubino.] dunque hai sentito quello ch’io ti dicea. Ah, che testa! E po v’e Antonio, che a un incognito Figaro ricusa di dare una nipote in matrimonio. You will see me no more? E cosa deve far meco il Conte?—animò, uscite. Why, he was here already, ere you appeared, sir; and came to beg me to solicit my lady’s friendly intercession, when your approach confus’d and alarm’d him. Segue intanto una lieta danza. Sie wird in 1-5 Minuten geliefert. [Susanna appears behind, with a ribbon, robe and head-dress in her hands.] before the Count, and she kneels. Egli era meco quando voi quì giungeste; e mi chiedea d’ impegnar la Padrona a interceder gli grazia, il vostro arrivo in scompiglio lo posse; ed allor in quel loco si nascose. In order to effect the necessary transformation for his new character, Cherubino was admitted to the room of the Countess, where Susanna, under the Superintendence of the Countess, began to make the change of wardrobe necessary. [To the Count.] COUNT ALMAVIVA. [Eyeing her keenly, and giving her Figaro’s letter.] Take it—’tis a receipt, son, for the gold that you. Cherubino, who has till now remained crouched in the chair, raises himself up, as if seated therein. But how to trim up our lady with ringlets? Many—the jewels, the rich embroider’d garments, which, in my earliest childhood, were by the robbers taken from my person—Are they not proofs decisive?—proofs of noble extraction? the cold has struck you. Before the Count could fully realize his awkward position, the Countess, with the assistance of Susanna and Figaro, hushed matters up, and hurried the witnesses of this most extraordinary denouement off to the festivities in honor of Figaro’s marriage, which were going on in the castle. Up started the Count, demanding who was in there. Once there, he's embroiled in a fierce campaign that humans were waging on the forest. [To Antonio.] vorresti ballar col pie’ stravolto? I ask no longer; I can do without you. As your hearts can desire, or love can wish you! Signor, la vostra sposa ha i soliti vapori e vi chiede il vasetto degli odori. ’Twill do to a nicety. Tu sei cotto dal sorger del dì. Oh, no; his lordship would ne’er confer such favors on the lowly and simple: but he means to be present at our marriage. Then speak them, my dearest! [Il Conte ritorna, traendo Susanna, chi nasconde fra le mani il viso. [The Count steps between them, and receives the kiss intended for the Countess. Vapors, sir, belong but to ladies of fashion. Prima, però, versa nell'oceano l'Acqua della Vita, la preziosa riserva di elisir magico di Fujimoto. Si trasferisce insieme al suo gatto Jiji nella cittadina di Koriko dove inizierà il suo servizio di consegna a cavallo della sua scopa. Then there’s Antonio, who to Figaro angrily refuses to give his niece’s hand at all in marriage. Ponyo e Sosuke sono attratti l'uno dall'altra. Ma Susanna si avanza. Coming forward, and speaking in a feigned voice. And how his lordship loves you! Guardate questo foglio. Ah, never give me that title so detested; it still reminds me that I must needs abandon my dear and kind protectress. But ’tis plain you’re confounded. They are going off together, when the Count catches hold of Figaro by the cloak, and Susanna runs into the right-hand pavilion. Oh, perhaps ’tis the list of your creditors. A little higher. I’m here all unarm’d, too. discovered, walking up and down, with an air of trouble and reflection. [Goes into the closet and shuts the door. ANTONIO. Lasciatemi veder. This material is put online to further the educational goals of Liberty Fund, Inc. Voi quì senza mantello—in questo stato!—un ricevuto foglio—la sua gran gelosia! Exeunt all except the Count and Countess. Music-master to the Countess. M’inganno! Hold, gallant captain; to me, now, pray address you. Away, thou odious pander to the vice of another, for I despise you; preach your morals and logic to people like yourself. Il Conte?—Oh! As Cherubino draws back, Figaro advances into his place. Various seats. Presto scoprono che la foresta che circonda la casa è abitato da strane creature, chiamate Totoro, insieme alle quali vivranno fantastiche avventure. [To Cherubino.] Solo pochi territori sono rimasti indenni, ma i loro abitanti continuano incessantemente a combattere tra loro. a quel cappello, che nell’ombra vegg’io, parmi Susanna! by that hat now, if I see aright, ’tis our Susanna! Ei cercha chi, dopo voi, più l’odia. Ah! I searcely can believe it: he is surely far away, at Seville. Pushing Cherubino out of the chair, and seating him self. Now for Susanna, and then for Cherubino. Andando alla finestra, pretendente di saltar giù. [Si fa rumore nel gabinetto don’ è Cherubino. [To Antonio.] Oh, see the little devil, how he scampers! Application designed and developed by Walter Davis Studio. The needle which his Lordship desired me to convey to Susanna. Susanna siede vicino alla Contessa; Cherubino se le inginocchia davanti, e Susanna gli mette la cuffia. I suffissi vezzeggiativi sono suffissi che esprimono una connotazione affettiva. Porta A Porta Caserta Centro, Adrenalyn Xl 2020 2021 Tin Box, Dott Ssa Cinquanta Formia, Noleggio Sci Alpinismo Foppolo, Test Allergologici Cane, Borgo Antico Bari Menù, Preghiera Santa Maria Francesca, Alejandro González Iñárritu María Eladia Hagerman, Marcello'' In Greco,

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Tutto giova a un raggiro; il colpo è fatto. Bene, io tutto farò! may-be she’s told the Countess of my intriguing; if she’s betray’d me, her lover weds the old woman. Entra il Conte, sequito da Antonia col cappello da ufiziale di Cherubino in mano. [Behind.] with a Contract in her hand, followed by Susanna, who listens at the back. Giù quel manto. Entrano Bartolo e Marcellina, con un contratto in mano, sequiti da Susanna, che ascolta al fondo. sì!—certo. No, no, Susanna. [Cherubino upsets a chair in the cabinet. Ma se Figaro t’ama, ei sol pria.—. [Aloud.] [Susanna fugge; Figaro la segue; Il Conte, che ha sentite dal fondo le ultime parole, torna. Accennando Figaro abbracciato con Marcellina. How did he take it? Is’t a spatula, on the right arm printed? [Il Conte trova lo spillo, e lo prende, finisce il ballo. Cherubino runs to hide himself in the cabinet. E un maligno con voi ch’ ha gli occhi in testa? Tempo di caricamento della pagina: 0.03 sec. A sinistra, alla quinta di mezzo, porta di entrata; dal lato opposto, all’ ultima quinta, porta di un gabinetto. Entrano varie Contadinelle, chi portano il cappellino virginale, ornato di piume bianche, il velo, i guanti, ed il mazzetto, per Susanna e per Marcellina. Si, se voluto aveste intendermi voi stessa. Pray be so condescending as to come with me a moment; my arm is quite at your service. Eh, via! S’death! But this drunkard—what does he want here? la patente del paggio. Oh, no: if you require it, keep it yourself. [Aside to Susanna.] So, so; he’s not departed? Really, madam, you grow worse than ever. Only the ribbon and cap that in the night time binds the head you respect so. Ah, ah! [Takes the key out of the cabinet, and goes to open the door to the Count. Flemma, flemma—e poi flemma; il fatto è serio, e pensarci convien; ma guarda un poco che ancor non sai di che si prenda gioco. Air. Ella tira segretamente la manica di lui per attrare le sua attenzione, e dunque fingendo aggiustare la ghirlanda gli da nel mano il biglietto. only see how page-like he blushes! After disposing of Cherubino and Barbarina, who were also in the left hand pavilion, he dragged out the supposed Countess, who fell down on her knees before him, imploring his forgiveness. SUSANNA. Gli si leggeva in fronte, il dispetto, la rabbia. Good heavens! Vieni, cara Susanna, finiscimi l’istoria. Once surpris’d and caught in his misdoings, he’ll be glad to comply with all our wishes. I’ll stop at nothing my purpose to carry. Gardener to the Chateau, uncle to Susanna, and father to Barbarina. Ah! porgile a me. Entra Susanna in abito della Contessa, e la Contessa in abito di Susanna, seguitata da Marcellina. Pagarla!—in qual maniera? Ah! Now, mark me: say you’ll meet me, my dearest, when day is o’er, within the orange bower, and your kindness shan’t go without reward. Sestetto.—Marcellina, Don Curzio, Conte, Bartolo. Allorche un nastro legò la chioma, ovver toccò le pelle—d’ oggetto. The serpent! But now for my dear Barbarina!—A petticoat, by heavens! Oh, be contented. The Peasant-Girls go out. And now this question to settle. Enter Basilio, Antonio, Curzio, Bartolo, Servants and Peasants with torches. [Prende per uno braccio Cherubino, e lo mette in piede.] Bitte lesen Sie eine Kurzanleitung. Nobody but Susanna, insisted the Countess. [While the last verse is being sung, Susanna kneels to the Count, who places upon her head the bridal wreath. Ella tira segretamente la manica di lui per attrare le sua attenzione, e dunque fingendo aggiustare la ghirlanda gli da nel mano il biglietto. [A Cherubino, come Susanna entra nel gabinetto.] He searches on the ground for the needle. The letter’s folded; and now with what to seal it? And break down the hope of the fools who would marry. whole as it happen’d. When it came to the trial, however, it was discovered that Figaro was the child of Marcellina and Doctor Bartolo, by which timely discovery every obstacle to Figaro’s and Susanna’s union was removed. Ritira Figaro ancora, e Cherubino corre nel padiglione al sinistra. then no more you burn, sir, for the Countess? E ver, ma in di lui vece s’ opporra Marcellina. Bravo! Remain, sir. What’s contain’d in this note? Segue intanto una lieta danza. If you’re for dancing, trust me, good master. MI SENTO DAL CONTENTO—WHAT TRANSPORT NOW IS FLYING. That’s what I would know. Entrano Don Curzio, accompagnato da e parlando con Marcellina, Bartolo, e Figaro. Indeed, sir! What noise is that in yonder room? Basilio, in traccia tosto di Figaro volate: Io vò che veda—. [Back to Top] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Mozart’s Opera Marriage of Figaro, containing the Italian text, with an English translation, and the Music of all of the Principal Airs [1786]. I’m all in such a tremble!—but, if madam commands it—. Never mind me; ’tis my nature to be joking. Attendi; acrivi sul riverso del foglio, “Rimandate il sigillo. Oh Dei! protesta Ponyo che, determinata a voler diventare una bambina e a ritornare da Sosuke, scappa. Allato alt’ alcova, alla sinistra degli attori porta pratticabile di un gabinetto; dalla parte opposta fineetra pratticabile. Cherubino quickly fled into the chamber of the Countess—to the right—and the Countess opened the door. ne’er will I give thee back; no, not for millions! Figaro viene a ricever Susanna dalle mani del Conte, e si ritira dall’ altra parte vicino a Marcellina. All, then, is ready; nor can the moment now, Be distant. Chi al par di me contenta! Let’s go, ma’am. Long’d for, when I may call thee mine, love! Perfidi! And here I’ll brood on vengeance! This way, and you’ll be sure to catch him. Cos’ è cotesto strepito? He seeks his greatest foe, then, poor fellow. A project of Liberty Fund, Inc. Full site con un contratto in mano, sequiti da Susanna, che ascolta al fondo. Basilio, now hasten; say to our Figaro I want him. I know the needle, dear mother, in truth’s the very same I saw with the letter. SCENE I.—: A Room only half furnished; near the centre a large arm-chair. Il Conte prende dal suo dito un anello, e lo da alla Susanna finta. All is just as I left it; now your decision—will you open or not, ma’am? Il Conte ieri, perchè trovommi sol con Barbarina, il congedo mi diede; e se la Contessina, la mia bella comare, grazia non m’intercede, io vado via, io non ti vedo più, Susanna mia. E vero, e vero; mi prometti poi. She secretly pulls him by the sleeve, to call his attention, and then, pretending to adjust the wreath, slips a note into his hand. SCENE IV.—: A Garden, with a practicable Pavilion on each side. dalle Villanelle e gli leva la cuffia; la cappellatura gli cade sulle spalle. Discovering that he has got hold of Cherubino. I do begin, sir, to perceive your purpose; Ma piano, piano, piano, piano, piano, piano, piano. Forbitevi la bocca, O Signor scaltro. [Osservando Cherubino.] They are on system faithless, changeful from disposition, while from their pride, child, they are no less jealous. Susanna lo copre colla vesta, che ha recata. What excuse now? And laugh, in the end, at what people say. [A Cherubino, che sta afflitto.] Susanna then throws the dress over the latter. [Al fondo.] Sie können die Buchrezension schreiben oder über Ihre Erfahrung berichten. At a gallop or an amble, luck be with him! He wanted to lodge a complaint against some one who had jumped out of the window from the Countess’ room, broken some of his flower-pots, and escaped through the garden. Oh cielo! Dictating to Susanna, who places herself at the table, con varie altre Contadine, che portano dei mazzetti di fiori e gli presentano alla Contessa. Myself? Sie wird in 1-5 Minuten geliefert. as many as you please—I’ll take all! No anger, beauty; we’ve all our fancies. [Susanna runs away; Figaro follows her; the Count, who has heard from the back of the stage the last words, returns. Entrano il Conte ed Antonio, chi tira Cherubino dalle Villanelle e gli leva la cuffia; la cappellatura gli cade sulle spalle. Brava! Very—very—now, then, my fair ones; come follow. Figaro came in, to accompany Susanna to the wedding. Lo vuolesi!—lo vuol; manco parole. This Cherubino was, when our story opens, under orders to leave for the army immediately, in punishment for a misdemeanor, which he had been guilty of. Il caos del mondo oceanico si riversa sulla cittadina di Sosuke fino a farla sprofondare sotto i flutti. The Count Almaviva, since he enjoyed the quiet possession of his most excellent wife, began to bestow more attentions on the female portion of his household, particularly on Susanna, than were absolutely necessary, evincing at the same time an unreasonably jealous disposition towards the Countess. In his terror he hid then where you found him. DEH VIENI, NON TARDAR—AH, WHY SO LONG DELAY. Vo da Susanna, e poi da Cherubino. To put one’s faith in a woman is but folly; Giunse, alfin, il momento che godrò senza, Here, at length, is the moment so impatiently. Soon shall we see, then, who’ll victor be, then; Va là, vecchia pedante! Takes the key out of the cabinet, and goes to open the door to the Count. The Count takes a diamond ring from his finger, and gives it to the supposed Susanna. Ah! Going to the window, and making signs, as if about to leap out. SCENA I.—: Gabinetto.—Il Conte, che passeggia turbato, e riflessivo—Susanna in fondo. Away, then. Receives the proposition;—the jest’s a bold one, I merely change my garments, and take those. Your modern husbands all act in this fashion. What’s the meaning, forsooth, of this clatter? Papà Balzi Benito e la sua sposa Gabriella, originari delle Marche e freschi di matrimonio, negli anni ’70 decisero di inseguire il loro sogno di entrare nel mondo caseario, in particolare per la produzione di della Robiola. At a sign from the Count, Barbarina and the Chorus go off, while Susanna, Cherubino, Basilio, Figaro, and the Count remain. Well, ma’am, what does it matter? I’ll fasten, though, the door. FIGARO. Deh, dammelo, Sorella; dammelo per pietà. Questa è l’ unica strada, onde monsù, sorpreso da madama, sia costretto a far poi quel che si brama. SCENA II.—: Sala ricca, con trono, preparata a festa nuziale. Cospetto!—But no matter. Abandon your doubtings, abandon misgivings. Viene Cherubino in abita di contadinella: e Barberina con varie altre Contadine, che portano dei mazzetti di fiori e gli presentano alla Contessa. Do you believe now. [Pointedly to Figaro.] Here it is; and, when he appears, I’ll make him sing it. Tutto ancor non ho perso; mi resta la speranza. Non vi basta, che scherzando io ci pensi? non so s’io vegli o dorma? questo è giudizio!—con quegl’ occhi modesti!—con quell’ aria pietosa! Enter a party of Country Girls, bearing a little virginal hat, adorned with white feathers, the veil, the gloves, and the nose. In what a snare had I fallen! Ah! Countess. Ai vostri posti, o belle, ai vostri posti! This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. Susanna, Cherubino, Basilio, Figaro e Il Conte, restano. Il Conte trova lo spillo, e lo prende, finisce il ballo. Bartolo e Figaro vengono insieme. we’ll have rare sport, believe me. Poor fellow, he is grieving because his lordship bids him quit the castle. enters from the Cabinet, with a look of ironica gravity. [Dashes him off, and rushes again into the pavilion. Adieu. is discovered, measuring out a space with a rule, while. [To the Count.] Entra la Contessa, guardando intorno anziosamente. [To Cherubino, who looks sad.] Brauchen Sie Hilfe? sì!—certo! Your conduct indeed, sir, deserves all you’ve met; The proverb holds good here, to live and let live. Pray leave me to myself; favor I ask not, nor have I claims upon you. AMANTI COSTANTI—YE LOVERS, FOR WHOM NOW THE ALTAR. What fortune! Quand’ egli è persuaso—e dove è il tempo? A quale avanza il Conte ed affrettandosi aprire il biglietto si pugne il dito coll’ ago che lo lega. Peasants, male and female; Officers of Court, Valets, Bravos, &c. &c. the scene is laid at the chateau of agnas frescas, three leagues from seville. Figaro takes several papers from his pocket, and pretends to seek what is wanted. Every effort has been taken to translate the unique features of the printed book into the HTML medium. Ah, you deluder! I wish to make you happy. Io sento gente! That so nearly it concern’d me. The Count then, without releasing his hold on Figaro, called his servants and guests, who came in large numbers with lights and torches, and bade them to be witnesses of his dishonor. Next, Antonio, who leads Susanna before the Count, and she kneels. Figaro with great difficulty quieted the Count’s newly arisen suspicions, by avowing himself the culprit. Venite, O belle giovani! I wonder wherefore our Page comes not to seek me; he’s full of youthful fancies. In qual laccio cadea! Breathe sweeter perfumes. [Ad Figaro.] with a dress over her arm, who listens at the back of the stage, and observes what is passing. [Cherubino, who has till now remained crouched in the chair, raises himself up, as if seated therein. [The Count returns, dragging in Susanna, who hides her face in her hands. SCENE II.—: A magnificent Chamber, with an alcove. The Countess granted it in good grace. Come vi piace; entro quel gabinetto; che v’e chiuso vedrò! LA NOSTRA STORIA... Una famiglia, storia di una passione di padre in figlio.. ovvero la capacità di coniugare Tradizione e Innovazione. Horrible! This venerable dame, with the assistance of Doctor Bartolo, who owed Figaro an old grudge on account of his ward Rosina, who had been snatched from him principally through the instrumentality of the barber, made secret preparations to interrupt the nuptial festivities with a tremendous thunder shower. And why have you remain’d, then? [To Figaro.] In saying this, he imitates the action described by lifting the dress from the arm-chair, when he discovers the Page. Figaro, who was duped as much as the Count, then made a noise, and the Count sent the supposed Susanna into the pavilion on the right, expecting to join her ere long. But I’m well born, sir!—without permission of both my illustrious parents—. Take my guitar, and play to our minstrel’s singing. ma dunque non più, per la Contessa segretamente il vostro cor sospira? Farewell, my excellent Cherubino; What a change a moment makes in all your fortunes! [Pushing Cherubino out of the chair, and seating him self.] Away, and quickly. Dopo aver scoperto un intrigo magico che coinvolge le sue due sorelle, la diciottenne Sophie cade vittima di un incantesimo che trasforma il suo corpo in quello di una vecchia. E fù un pretesso, parlato io non aurei senza di questo. [The Count attempts to conceal himself behind the armchair, when Susanna interposes, and in the meanwhile Cherubino slips round and glides into it. Enter the Count, stealthily, through the iron gates, Susanna being at the back on the left, Figaro on the right. [Sees a ribbon round his arm.] Prende i fiori da Cherubino e bacia la sua fronte. Lasciano insieme il teatro ma il Conte aggrappa il mantello di Figaro, e Susanna corre nel padiglione al destra. Jonathan Strange & Il Signor Norrell | Clarke Susanna | download | B–OK. Dunque? [With a confident air.] But what made you so cross and so disdainful this morning? Enter the Count, followed by Antonio, with Cherubino’s regimental hat in his hand. Ah me, unhappy! Nay, what injustice! Ben, bene, io vi perdono; Anzi farò di più; vacante è un posto d’uffizial nel reggimento mio; io scelgo voi. Zounds! [Irritamente.] [They come forward, flurried.] Were she but once persuaded to scorn Almaviva’s love-approaches, he then, from disappointment, would assist me, I’m certain, and Figaro compel to be my husband. Cherubino stands with downcast eyes. Ancora meglio, cosi potrem più presto imbarazzarlo, confonderlo, imbrogliarlo, rovesciargli i progetti. And wherefore should I do a thing so absurd? The Countess looks over the Count’s shoulder. I suppose, then, these papers have fallen from your pocket? Basilio of this has told you. At last you’re dotected, no longer suspected; Those terrors affected avail you no more. [Esaminandola, e mostrandola una lettera da Figaro.] [A Susanna.] They all carry nosegays, which they present to the Countess. dinanzi al Conte, ed ella s’ inginocchia. col cappello da ufiziale di Cherubino in mano. I wish to give a word of advice, sir. Unabhängig davon, ob Sie das Buch mögen oder nicht, Ihre ehrliche und ausführliche Beschreibung kann anderen Leuten beim Suche der Bücher helfen. Contented; so be it. [Seats himself. Susanna then withdrew into the shade of the thicket, leaving her mistress alone waiting for the Count. RIVISTA ITALIANA DI NUMISMATICA RIVISTA ITALIANA DI NUMISMATICA DIRETTA DAL D/ SOLONE AMBROSOLI CONSERVATOLE DEL REGIO GABINETTO NUMISMATICO DI BRERA E DA UN CONSIGLIO DI KEDAZION When fortune smiled upon him, however, he forgot his old attachment entirely, and, by an ill choice, fixed the date of his union with Susanna on the same day, on which he was to have married Marcellina. a quel che tutti dicono io non aggiungo un pelo. it has pricked his lordship’s finger—and now he’s looking for it—ah, how stupid! You scanip! [Ironically.] Well thought of—well thought of; and, then, you truly promise we shall meet in the garden? [Aparte.] And, more than all the rest, on my arm’s impress’d a hieroglyphic, too. Lo chiedo a voi, io vengo in questo punto. Almaviva, inwardly rejoicing at the turn affairs took, and thinking to profit by it, evinced great interest in the case. The latter pulls Cherubino from amongst the girls, and takes off his bonnet, when his long hair falls down about his shoulders. Sestett.—Marcellina, Don Curzio, Count, Bartolo, and Figaro. She secretly pulls him by the sleeve, to call his attention, and then, pretending to adjust the wreath, slips a note into his hand. è il foglio, che Figaro gli scrisse. [Cherubino hides behind the chair.] [Susanna nasconde la lettera in suo seno. E con quel dritto ch’oggi prendi su me, finche tu vivi, chiedi, imponi, presclivi. Receive them as you ought, and make them happy. Entrano la Contessa e Susanna, che vengono insieme. [Strappandole gliele da.] what madness!—to one who’s still so jealous! Ah, give it me, Susanna; in pity give it me. Adieu! He had heard voices in the room, when he approached it. Suddenly Cherubino came in, who, it seems, had made an appointment with Barbarina, the gardener’s daughter, on the same spot. Take up your places—my beauties, to your places. stealthily, through the iron gates, Susanna being at the back on the left, Figaro on the right. Via presio la canzone, che stamane a me deste—a madama cantate. Is’t slander, then, with you to use one’s senses? [Exeunt all except the Count and Countess. [Antonio goes; the Count again shows the paper, and the Countess sees that it is the commission. Parla, parla, mia cara! Convien che abbiate i gran pensieri in mente. Dunque gli pone il capello da uffiziale in testa. [To Cherubino.] dunque hai sentito quello ch’io ti dicea. Ah, che testa! E po v’e Antonio, che a un incognito Figaro ricusa di dare una nipote in matrimonio. You will see me no more? E cosa deve far meco il Conte?—animò, uscite. Why, he was here already, ere you appeared, sir; and came to beg me to solicit my lady’s friendly intercession, when your approach confus’d and alarm’d him. Segue intanto una lieta danza. Sie wird in 1-5 Minuten geliefert. [Susanna appears behind, with a ribbon, robe and head-dress in her hands.] before the Count, and she kneels. Egli era meco quando voi quì giungeste; e mi chiedea d’ impegnar la Padrona a interceder gli grazia, il vostro arrivo in scompiglio lo posse; ed allor in quel loco si nascose. In order to effect the necessary transformation for his new character, Cherubino was admitted to the room of the Countess, where Susanna, under the Superintendence of the Countess, began to make the change of wardrobe necessary. [To the Count.] COUNT ALMAVIVA. [Eyeing her keenly, and giving her Figaro’s letter.] Take it—’tis a receipt, son, for the gold that you. Cherubino, who has till now remained crouched in the chair, raises himself up, as if seated therein. But how to trim up our lady with ringlets? Many—the jewels, the rich embroider’d garments, which, in my earliest childhood, were by the robbers taken from my person—Are they not proofs decisive?—proofs of noble extraction? the cold has struck you. Before the Count could fully realize his awkward position, the Countess, with the assistance of Susanna and Figaro, hushed matters up, and hurried the witnesses of this most extraordinary denouement off to the festivities in honor of Figaro’s marriage, which were going on in the castle. Up started the Count, demanding who was in there. Once there, he's embroiled in a fierce campaign that humans were waging on the forest. [To Antonio.] vorresti ballar col pie’ stravolto? I ask no longer; I can do without you. As your hearts can desire, or love can wish you! Signor, la vostra sposa ha i soliti vapori e vi chiede il vasetto degli odori. ’Twill do to a nicety. Tu sei cotto dal sorger del dì. Oh, no; his lordship would ne’er confer such favors on the lowly and simple: but he means to be present at our marriage. Then speak them, my dearest! [Il Conte ritorna, traendo Susanna, chi nasconde fra le mani il viso. [The Count steps between them, and receives the kiss intended for the Countess. Vapors, sir, belong but to ladies of fashion. Prima, però, versa nell'oceano l'Acqua della Vita, la preziosa riserva di elisir magico di Fujimoto. Si trasferisce insieme al suo gatto Jiji nella cittadina di Koriko dove inizierà il suo servizio di consegna a cavallo della sua scopa. Then there’s Antonio, who to Figaro angrily refuses to give his niece’s hand at all in marriage. Ponyo e Sosuke sono attratti l'uno dall'altra. Ma Susanna si avanza. Coming forward, and speaking in a feigned voice. And how his lordship loves you! Guardate questo foglio. Ah, never give me that title so detested; it still reminds me that I must needs abandon my dear and kind protectress. But ’tis plain you’re confounded. They are going off together, when the Count catches hold of Figaro by the cloak, and Susanna runs into the right-hand pavilion. Oh, perhaps ’tis the list of your creditors. A little higher. I’m here all unarm’d, too. discovered, walking up and down, with an air of trouble and reflection. [Goes into the closet and shuts the door. ANTONIO. Lasciatemi veder. This material is put online to further the educational goals of Liberty Fund, Inc. Voi quì senza mantello—in questo stato!—un ricevuto foglio—la sua gran gelosia! Exeunt all except the Count and Countess. Music-master to the Countess. M’inganno! Hold, gallant captain; to me, now, pray address you. Away, thou odious pander to the vice of another, for I despise you; preach your morals and logic to people like yourself. Il Conte?—Oh! As Cherubino draws back, Figaro advances into his place. Various seats. Presto scoprono che la foresta che circonda la casa è abitato da strane creature, chiamate Totoro, insieme alle quali vivranno fantastiche avventure. [To Cherubino.] Solo pochi territori sono rimasti indenni, ma i loro abitanti continuano incessantemente a combattere tra loro. a quel cappello, che nell’ombra vegg’io, parmi Susanna! by that hat now, if I see aright, ’tis our Susanna! Ei cercha chi, dopo voi, più l’odia. Ah! I searcely can believe it: he is surely far away, at Seville. Pushing Cherubino out of the chair, and seating him self. Now for Susanna, and then for Cherubino. Andando alla finestra, pretendente di saltar giù. [Si fa rumore nel gabinetto don’ è Cherubino. [To Antonio.] Oh, see the little devil, how he scampers! Application designed and developed by Walter Davis Studio. The needle which his Lordship desired me to convey to Susanna. Susanna siede vicino alla Contessa; Cherubino se le inginocchia davanti, e Susanna gli mette la cuffia. I suffissi vezzeggiativi sono suffissi che esprimono una connotazione affettiva.

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