Die Fledermaus: Libretto (G. Schirmer’s Collection of Opera Librettos) [Johann Strauss] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. (Opera). English . Like Die lustige Witwe, Die Fledermaus had a libretto based on a French comedy by Henri Meilhac, this time written in conjunction with his. Sheet Music – £ – The libretto to this famous Strauss operetta is presented in paperback format and is clearly laid out with the usual scene and stage.
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DIE FLEDERMAUS Comic Operetta in 3 acts | Operetta Research Center
Choice cuisine and wines the rarest ; Crowds of girls, the opera’s fairest, Unrestrained will laugh and sing. There you will find ladies. The Hungarian Countess of whom I spoke. My augel herself is coming to comfort me in my cell.
Well, you sent for me.
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Confrontation — Arrestation And you’ll end in jubilation. I must get him off.
Ballroom at Prince Orlofsky’s. You’re yelling yourself hoarse.
Blind to help get him released; Frank agrees to allow this and Dr. I’m not liked here, I’ll disappear. Seventeen, eig’hteen, nineteen, twenty, Thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, eighty, hundred. All scruples should disarm ; If you still should doubt. Flederamus I am more cheerful.
What a charming little watch!
You certainly have got too much talent to be a lady’s dje. At the nearest corner well have to part. For this consultation He needs information, So full explanation Of this situation It’s best to repeat — I think he’s discreet.
Your soul to delight ; With ladies entrancing To gladden your sight. Not a Countess, but an actress. See him rush to his undoing — Soon his sins he will be rueing ; I have caught him ; I am certain I’ll not fail. She has not been long. Because Eisenstein is a fool.
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Die Fledermaus (Libretto)
Frank further tells Eisenstein that the man he arrested was singing amorous songs to Rosalinde at the time of his arrest, and warmly kissed librretto goodbye. Perhaps he can help us. Make yourself at home!
Good wine to youth restores us, Tra la la la la la la! My dear, don’t lose your temper quite. Ten minutes from here, round to the left.
Orlofsky [comes to meet him. But his wife is my wife. Drink, my dear, this cup of wine, Drinking” makes vie eyes to shine ; When your eyes are brig-ht and clear, Thing-s in their true lig”ht appear. Ma’am, fleedermaus poor aunt is very, very ill.
When night wraps all in slumber, Frantic will be my grief. And our manners quite the thing. Then Falke introduces the masked Rosalinde to the company. Eisenstein takes an affectionate farevtell and departs, nominally to prison, but intending to make a rather wide detour before he reaches that uninviting spot. Anything- that is good and expensive.
Full text of “Die fledermaus : a comic operetta in three acts”
Dear Sir, your company ; Make up your mind to see it through. There most politely I request, Dear Sir, your company ; Make up your mind to see it through, There’s nothing else to do. Now tell me plainly — Where’s my pen? Fledermaue stay till day is breaking, Why doesn’t he go?
May sweetest dreams lu restless on my feet all night night! Oh, how fast my pulse is flying, My poor head! Eisenstein enters and says he has come to serve his sentence. Eight long days and from to-day. Further struggles now are vain.