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Die Fledermaus: Synopsis – Opera Libretti
He’s a bright boy. What have you got to laugh at? Though power be their chief pleasure, Vain glory though thy treasure. And the poor dear lady thinks he is pining in fldermaus Both hemispheres adore you ; Tra la la la la la la! Olga seems to have made a very deep im- pression on you.
In the trap I have not caught her, Please give it me. They leave together, Eisenstein now intending to report to the prison. Her argument is irrefutable.
Stop, if you can ; Tve a new plan! A most amiable man, this Chevalier.
What reckless creatures these men are! A lady from the other side of the border has more fire, and would long ago have exploded in oar company.
I have such a sympathetic heart. Alfred, Very well, then. I fldermaus I could, oh, see the way- out of this!
She is caught ; I am certain I shan’t fail. I see flddermaus fond couples united, I see true love’s not unrequited ; So let us a great confraternity found, Be brothers and sisters all round.
He looks for his arm-chair, finds it, sits down, tries to read, soon falls asleep. So intimate, How like a husband this! An Operette, and certainly one written for a theatre whose co-director flrdermaus none other than the great Marie Geistinger, could not manage without its prima donna and its soubrette. Orlofsky is a splendid host. There are endless complications. I intend to have a square fledemraus at my own table to-day for the last time.
Full text of ” Die fledermaus: Adele takes a pin from her dress and fastens buttonhole in Eisenstein s coat. Orlofsky [comes to meet fleeermaus. Yes — he is Eisenstein! Just time for my leave-taking.
Your health, Lord Marquis, g-racious peer! Ah, how soon this fair form may be drifting From doe ken and melt into air. With a lady on his arm. He and Eisenstein, who are both posing as Frenchmen, attempt to conceal their identities by repeating common French phrases to each other, to Orlofsky’s great amusement.
Yes — no — I cannot be mistaken. Dear Sir, your company ; Make up your mind to see it through. Oh, thy forests so wondrous green, etc.
Die Fledermaus (Libretto)
To let them see that I am worthy of them. I have only got thirteen free. Want to meet the other Eisenstein, and find out what really has happened.
Take off” your mask. I have got to begin my librettl in an hour. Get out of the garden, else we will make you sing another song.
What do you mean? Governor, they’ve bricked the door up. These Jacks-in-Office always look on one as if one were beneath them. Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen. Don’t forget that Bats have claws, and you’ll feel them before you’re a day older.
He persecutes another with amorous attentions, but if she removed her mask, libretho would reveal his wife. Were you always Miss Olga?
It seems to me you want to make fun of me, or did you write your letter to me in your sleep?