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Si Kätchen reviendra

Opera details:

Opera title:

Werther

Composer:

Jules Massenet

Language:

French

Synopsis:

Werther Synopsis

Libretto:

Werther Libretto

Translation(s):

English Deutsch

Recitative details:

Type:

recitative

Role(s):

Schmidt / Johann

Voice(s):

Tenor / Baritone

Act:

2.04a

Previous scene: J'aurais pressé sur ma poitrine
Next scene: Yes Kätchen will come back

ROBERTO ALAGNA WERTHER 09/02/14 " Si, Kätchen reviendra....tout le monde est heureux!" ACTE 2(2)

Singer: Roberto Alagna

ROBERTO ALAGNA, JEAN FRANCOIS LAPOINTE, HELENE GUILMETTE, LUCA LOMBARDO, CHRISTIAN TREGUIER, DIR MICHEL PLASSON

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:


(Werther dans la plus grande agitation veut s'éloigner,
mais il tomber accablé sur le banc, la tête dans ses mains.
Schmidt et Johann reparaissent sur le seuil de la Wirthschaft.
Schmidt donne le bras à  Brühlmann navré et muet.)

SCHMIDT
(en entrant, à  Brühlmann)
Si! Kätchen reviendra, je vous dis!

JOHANN
(à  Brühlmann, tout en marchant)
A quelle heure et quel jour, aura lieu ce retour,
qu'importe! puisqu'elle reviendra!

SCHMIDT
(geste de dénégation de Brühlmann)
Puisqu'elle reviendra!

JOHANN
Sept ans de fiançailles, ça ne peut s'oublier de la sorte!

SCHMIDT
(entraînant Brühlmann)
Dépêchons-nous! car j'entends le signal,
si nous manquons l'office, au moins, ouvrons le bal!


(Ils sortent en trébuchant.
En sortant du temple, Albert est descendu,
il pose la main sur l'épaule de Werther qui tressaille
et fait un mouvement comme pour s'éloigner d'Albert.)

English Libretto or Translation:


(Werther in the greatest agitation wants to go away,
but he falls overwhelmed on the bench, his head in his hands.
Schmidt and Johann reappear on the threshold of the Wirthschaft.
Schmidt gives Brühlmann an arm and is mute.)

SCHMIDT
(when entering, at Brühlmann)
Yes! Kätchen will come back, I tell you!

JOHANN
(to Brühlmann, while walking)
At what time and what day will this return take place?
who cares! since she will come back!

SCHMIDT
(gesture of denial of Brühlmann)
Because she will come back!

JOHANN
Seven years of engagement, it can not be forgotten in this way!

SCHMIDT
(training Brühlmann)
Hurry up! because I hear the signal,
if we miss the office, at least let's open the ball!


(They come stumbling out.
Leaving the temple, Albert came down,
he puts his hand on Werther's shoulder
and make a movement as if to get away from Albert.)

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