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Reri Grist - 1966 Salzburg Festival "Le Nozze di Figaro" Recitativo & Venite Ingiocchiatevi

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Uploaded on Aug 6, 2011

1966 Salzburg Festival
W.A. Mozart "Le Nozze di Figaro"
- Retitativo
- Venite Ingiocchiatevi
Conductor - Karl Böhm
Susanna - Reri Grist
Cherubino - Edith Mathis
Countess Almaviva - Claire Watson
Performance on 11/08/1968

Synopsis

Opera in 4 acts
Synopsis Part 3

In an audience room where the wedding is to take place, Susanna leads the Count on with promises of a rendezvous in the garden. The nobleman, however, grows doubtful when he spies her conspiring with Figaro; he vows revenge. Marcellina is astonished but thrilled to discover that Figaro is in fact her long-lost natural son by Bartolo. Mother and son embrace, provoking Susanna's anger until she too learns the truth. Finding a quiet moment, the Countess recalls her past happiness, then joins Susanna in composing a letter that invites the Count to the garden that night. Later, during the marriage ceremony of Figaro and Susanna, the bride manages to slip the note, sealed with a hatpin, to the Count, who pricks his finger, dropping the pin, which Figaro retrieves.

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