Giovanni Carestini, who created the role of Ariodante A wood near the sea Ariodante survived, and he now bitterly rebukes the gods for condemning him to live Arioso:Numi! Hearing cries, Ariodante finds Dalinda, who is being held by thugs hired by Polinesso, with orders to kill her, as she is the only witness to his plot to discredit Ginevra. Ariodante rails against the treachery that caused him to doubt his beloved Aria:Cieca notte. Alone, Dalinda expresses her remorse Aria:Neghittosi or voi che fate? The royal gardens The King announces that he will never see his daughter again unless a champion appears to defend her honour. Polinesso steps forward and offers to challenge Lurcanio to a duel Aria:Dover, giustizia, amor.
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Synopsis[ edit ] Medieval Scotland. Ginevra, daughter of the King, is in love with and betrothed to Prince Ariodante. Anna Maria Strada, who created the role of Ginevra, by John Verelst circa The royal cabinet, in the palace Princess Ginevra, in front of her mirror, is adorning herself to make herself beautiful for her beloved.
Aria:Vezze, lusinghe. Dalinda, who is secretly in love with Polinesso, advises him that his rival is Prince Ariodante but also advises him that all he has to do is open his eyes to see someone else who loves him Aria:Apri le luci. Left alone, Polinesso can see that Dalinda is in love with him and plans to use her to thwart his rival and win Ginevra for himself Aria: Coperta la frode. Ginevra joins him and they pledge their love Duet: Prendi, prendi da questa mano. The King joins the lovers, gives them his blessing, and orders his courtier Odoardo to make the preparations for the wedding Aria: Voli colla sua tromba.
Polinesso hatches his plot — he tells Dalinda that if she will dress as Ginevra that evening and invite him into her apartments, he will be hers Aria:Spero per voi. They are joined by shepherds and shepherdesses Duet with chorus:Si godete al vostro amor who dance to entertain them Ballet. Ariodante refuses to believe it. This is all being observed by Lurcanio, who is hidden.
Ariodante is in despair and wants to die Aria:Tu preparati a morire but Lurcanio comes from the shadows and advises Ariodante to live, and seek revenge Aria:Tu vivi. As day breaks, Polinesso and Dalinda emerge from the palace.
The King is heartbroken Aria:Invida sorte avara. Ginevra appears, having a premonition of some approaching calamity Aria:Mi palpita il core. When her father gives her the terrible news, she swoons and is carried away.
Lurcanio now appears before the King, who attempts to comfort him on the loss of his brother. The furious Lurcanio, however, hands the King a letter telling him he saw Ginevra admit Polinesso into her bedroom for the night, which caused his brother to kill himself, and Lurcanio now is bent on revenge Aria:Il tuo sangue. The King disowns his daughter and condemns her as a harlot.
Ginevra falls into a fitful, disturbed sleep Ballet of Good and Bad Dreams. She awakes in distress Recitativo accompagnato:Che vidi? Giovanni Carestini, who created the role of Ariodante A wood near the sea Ariodante survived, and he now bitterly rebukes the gods for condemning him to live Arioso:Numi! Hearing cries, Ariodante finds Dalinda, who is being held by thugs hired by Polinesso, with orders to kill her, as she is the only witness to his plot to discredit Ginevra.
Ariodante rails against the treachery that caused him to doubt his beloved Aria:Cieca notte. Alone, Dalinda expresses her remorse Aria:Neghittosi or voi che fate? The royal gardens The King announces that he will never see his daughter again unless a champion appears to defend her honour. Polinesso steps forward and offers to challenge Lurcanio to a duel Aria:Dover, giustizia, amor.
Ginevra, condemned to death for sexual irregularity, appears before her father begging to be allowed to kiss his hand Aria:Io ti bacio. Her father clasps her to her bosom, saying that a champion has appeared to defend her — Polinesso.
She does not like this idea, but he insists Aria:Al sen ti stringo e parto. Lurcanio again offers his love to Dalinda, and she indicates that she is now inclined to accept it Duet: Dite spera, e son contento. The duelling ground, the King on his throne Polinesso and Lurcanio fight, Lurcanio mortally wounds Polinesso who is carried away by Odaordo.
A new champion appears with his visor down. He reveals himself as Ariodante, to the astonishment of all, and declares Ginevra innocent. Dalinda admits her part in the plot. Odoardo returns with the news that Polinesso, as he died, also admitted his guilt.
The King pardons Dalinda and goes to find his daughter. Ariodante jubilantly hails a new bright day dawning after nights of darkness Aria:Dopo notte. But her father and the others appear and declare her vindicated. She is reunited with her beloved Ariodante Duet:Bramo aver mille vite. The great hall of the palace.
A large staircase supported by columns; on the upper part of the stairs musicians playing wind instruments. The King, Lords and Ladies descend the staircase. He begins the chorus, as the Lords and Ladies dance.
Sa trionfar ognor virtute in ogni cor Chorus. It then went unperformed until a revival in Stuttgart in This updated the setting to the s and altered the ending so that Ginevra departs the celebration, heartbroken.
The English Concert gave semi-staged performances in in the U.
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