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Arriva la duchessa Elena vestita a lutto per la morte del fratello giustiziato dai francesi; Roberto la oltraggia e la costringe a cantare. Il giovane rifiuta con sdegno. Ha luogo una festa di fidanzamento: dodici future spose, tra le quali Ninetta, scendono dalla collina ballando la tarantella; alcuni francesi affascinati dalla loro bellezza e su suggerimento del facinoroso Procida le rapiscono. ATTO III Nel palazzo Monforte legge la lettera di una donna siciliana che, costretta a diventare la sua amante, gli rivela di essere il padre di Arrigo; costui, convocato davanti al governatore, apprende di esserne il figlio e subito sconvolto fugge precipitosamente. Arrigo, mentre Elena si avventa con un pugnale sul governatore, gli fa scudo con il proprio corpo. I cospiratori vengono messi in prigione; Arrigo, disperato si getta tra le braccia del padre.

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His executioner was: and the alma is rea If it was vacillating among you so much! Shadow beloved, which in heaven I replied The force make me that the corpse lost, On me your compassionate veglin looks, And pray, oh mother, pray for me! Open your breasts, I open the core to you. You surrender at last, son, to me! Arrigo takes off vigorously from the arms of Monforte who tries to consider it, and flees to the left.

Monforte follows him with his look and with an act of pain moves away. The scene changes and is a magnificent room set for a dance party. Monforte enters, preceded by his Paggi and the palace officials. He places himself on a high seat, and gestures to each of them to sit down.

The master of ceremonies comes to take his orders and gives the signal to start the party. A basket rises from the ground; it is formed of green shrubs of plants that do not grow but in winter; their leaves are covered with ice and snow. From the breast of the basket comes a young girl who represents the winter, and who, by repelling with her foot the brazier that her companions had lit, dances to warm up. The ice melts quickly to the lukewarm breath of the zephyrs that cleave the air.

Winter has disappeared. The heat oppresses it, and asks the Najadi for the freshness of their springs. The Bathers are put to flight by a Faun that jumps out, preceding the Autumn. The sounds of the sistrum and the timbales announce the Satyrs and the Bacchantes, whose animated dances end the dance.

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His executioner was: and the alma is rea If it was vacillating among you so much! Shadow beloved, which in heaven I replied The force make me that the corpse lost, On me your compassionate veglin looks, And pray, oh mother, pray for me! Open your breasts, I open the core to you. You surrender at last, son, to me! Arrigo takes off vigorously from the arms of Monforte who tries to consider it, and flees to the left. Monforte follows him with his look and with an act of pain moves away.

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I vespri siciliani

Arriva Arrigo, un giovane losco siciliano che viene interrogato dal governatore, visto il suo legame sentimentale con la duchessa e le sue accuse di complotto contro i francesi. Il giovane esprime il suo odio contro i francesi e rivendica il suo legame con Elena, lanciando una sfida, si dirige verso il palazzo della donna. Atto II Palermo, spiaggia. Arriva un ufficiale di Francia che invita Arrigo a partecipare ad un ballo presso il palazzo del governatore. La scena si anima con una festa di fidanzamento in cui diverse coppie ballano la tarantella. Durante la festa dei francesi, i siciliani, sulla spiaggia, cantano vendetta. Atto III Il governatore legge nel suo studio una lettera ricevuta da una donna con cui tempo addietro aveva avuto una relazione.

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As they offer a toast to their homeland, they are observed by the local Sicilians, unhappy with the occupation. Elena enters dressed in mourning for her executed brother. Somewhat drunk, Roberto demands that she sing and she calmly agrees. When the governor, Montforte, enters the crowd calms down.

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