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Mozart and Pucchini | Deh vieni non tardar and O mio babbino caro

YouTube Instagram Twitter Facebook. The servants Figaro and Susanna are preparing for their wedding. Bartolo appears with his housekeeper, Marcellina, who wants Figaro to marry her.

When she runs into Susanna, the two women trade insults. The count again pursues Susanna, but conceals himself when the music master, Basilio, approaches. When Basilio tells Susanna that Cherubino has a crush on the countess, the count furiously steps forward.

Mozart and Pucchini | Deh vieni non tardar and O mio babbino caro

He becomes further enraged when he discovers the page in the room. Figaro returns with a group of peasants who praise the count for renouncing the traditional feudal right of a nobleman to take the place of a manservant on his wedding night.


Encouraged by Figaro and Susanna, she agrees to set a trap for him: When she goes off to find a ribbon, the count knocks and is annoyed to find the door locked.

Cherubino hides in the closet. The countess admits her husband, who, when he hears a noise, is skeptical of her story that Susanna is in the closet.

Taking his wife with him, he leaves to get tools to force the door. Meanwhile, Susanna, who has reentered unseen and observed everything, helps Cherubino escape through the window before taking his place in the viwni.

When the count and countess return, both are stunned to find Susanna inside.

MOZART ‘Deh Vieni Non Tardar’ from ‘Le Nozze di Figaro’ – Askonas Holt

All seems well until the gardener Antonio appears, complaining that someone has jumped from the window, ruining his flowers. Figaro, who has rushed in to announce that everything is ready for the wedding, pretends that it was he who jumped.

When Bartolo, Marcellina, and Basilio appear, waving a court summons for Figaro, the delighted count declares the wedding postponed.


Act III Susanna leads the count on with promises of a tsrdar, but he grows doubtful when he overhears her conspiring with Figaro. The joyful parents agree to marry vieno well.

Susanna and the countess continue their conspiracy against the count and compose a letter to him confirming the rendezvous with Susanna that evening in the garden Duet: He leaves, just missing Susanna dhe the countess, who are dressed for their masquerade. Figaro, hidden nearby, thinks she is speaking to the count.

Le Nozze di Figaro, Act 4: Susanna’s aria ‘Deh vieni, non tardar’

The count returns, finding Figaro with his wife, or so he thinks. Outraged, he calls everyone to witness his verdict.

At that moment, the real countess reveals her identity. The couples are reunited, and so ends this mad day. Courtesy of The Met. Please find the original posting at: For Show Tarrar