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Vivat Bacchus 1

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):

Le Bailli / Sophie

Voice(s):

Bass / Soprano

Act:

1.09b

Previous scene: Monsieur Werther
Next scene: Sophie Albert toi de retour

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Libretto/Lyrics/Text/Testo:

LE BAILLI
(tout en fredonnant, va chercher sa longue pipe
en porcelaine qu'il a décrochée du râtelier.)
Vivat Bacchus! semper vivat!
(en fredonnant)
Vivat Bacchus! semper vivat Bacchus!
(Il s'installe toujours fredonnant et d'un air un peu gêné,
dans son large fauteuil et se dispose à  fumer.)
Vivat Bacchus! semper vivat!

SOPHIE
(a reparu et sourit en voyant le Bailli;
elle a été tout doucement prendre
dans le coin de la chambre la canne
et le chapeau du Bailli qu'elle lui apporte
gentiment; avec malice)
Et qui donc a promis d'aller au Raisin d'or?

LE BAILLI
(d'un ton embarrassé)
Qui? Moi? te laisser seule?

SOPHIE
Eh bien?

LE BAILLI
(fredonnant entre ses dents)
La la la la la la la la la la la! Non!

SOPHIE
(gravement)
Je l'exige! Schmidt et Johann doivent t'attendre encor.

LE BAILLI
(se laissant convaincre et prenant le chapeau
et la canne des mains de Sophie)
Rien qu'un moment... alors...
(Il s'éloigne; se retournant, à  Sophie)
au fait promesse oblige!


(Sophie accompagne le Bailli
et ferme la porte de la rue sur lui.
La nuit tombe peu à  peu.
Albert paraît; il vient du jardin,
un manteau sur le bras;
il est entré doucement et interroge la maison du regard;
il s'approche et aperçoit Sophie qui redescend.)

English Libretto or Translation:

THE BAILLI
(while humming, go get her long blowjob
in porcelain he picked up from the rack.)
Vivat Bacchus! semper vivat!
(humming)
Vivat Bacchus! semper vivat Bacchus!
(He always settles humming and looks a little embarrassed,
in his large armchair and prepares to smoke.)
Vivat Bacchus! semper vivat!

SOPHIE
(reappeared and smiled when he saw the bailiff;
she was gently taking
in the corner of the room the cane
and the Bailli's hat that she brings him
nicely; with malice)
And who has promised to go to the Golden Grape?

THE BAILLI
(in an embarrassed tone)
Who? Me? to leave you alone?

SOPHIE
Well?

THE BAILLI
(humming between his teeth)
La la la la la la la la la! No!

SOPHIE
(seriously)
I require it! Schmidt and Johann have to wait for you again.

THE BAILLI
(being convinced and taking the hat
and the cane of Sophie's hands)
Just a moment ... so ...
(He walks away, turning to Sophie)
in fact promise obliges!


(Sophie accompanies the Bailiff
and close the street door on him.
The night falls gradually.
Albert appears; he comes from the garden,
a coat on the arm;
he has entered quietly and questions the house with a look;
he approaches and sees Sophie coming down.)

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