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    Two other girls with the white veil. Two others with the gloves and bouquet. Antonio offering his arm to Suzanne as the man who is giving her away. Other young girls, bearing a second crown, a second veil, a second white bouquet, like the first, for Marceline. Figaro offering his arm to Marceline, as the man giving her away to: Doctor Bartholo who brings up the rear, with a large bouquet. As the young girls pass before the Count, they hand over to his valets all the items of dress intended for Suzanne and Marceline.

    When the Villagers have formed two lines down each side of the gallery, the fandango is danced again, with castagnettes. Then, while the refrain for the duet is being played, Antonio leads Suzanne towards the Count; she kneels before him. While the Count sets the veil and crown over her head and gives her the bouquet, two young girls sing the following duet. Figure 2.

    Lorenzo Bianconi and Giorgio Pestelli, trans. Claudia Just and Paola Riesz, 6 vols. Laaber:Laaber, , They often also try hard to provide ways of simplifying the execution of complicated and costly stagings, such as those that were produced in the capital, in order to allow the directors of the province for whom this documentation was especially intended to produce the works of the Parisian repertoire. Contrary to Allevy, Wilberg states that directions forthe movement of scenery are not included in the livrets. These publications did notcontain any pictures which presumably were published separately and ceased around Its publisher is not known.

    I would like to try at this point to give an explanation about this subject and would only alert [the reader], that in the cases that are closest to us such as they are , the stage director is mentioned less out of an addiction to fame than an impulse of diligence, so that one person may not fall victim to the mistakes and absurdities of another, that [the latter] is forced to let pass or even to commit.

    To my knowledge, no research so far has addressedthe point whether the French publishers held the commercial rights to their livrets and the stagings contained within,as was the case for instance with the publishing firm Ricordi that was largely responsible for the dissemination ofstaging manuals in Italy.

    Palianti,contains over livrets. I believe your work to be done with such great care and intelligence, that it makes manifestly clear the intentions of the author and may stand in his stead at rehearsals, that it should greatly help dramatic works succeed in the provinces and abroad, and that its usefulness is beyond all doubt. The proper traditions are henceforth impossible to forget and it is regrettable that such work was not done long ago.

    Though it is impossible to know for sure whether theproductions captured in the livrets represent the intention of the composer, they dononetheless document practices of staging at the time of their creation. Thus, the livrets areof great value especially for the music historian, because they reveal contemporary and localstaging practices as well as their evolution, dissemination, and influence. But modern stagedirectors too have something to gain from an examination of the original livrets, especially ifcomplicated special effects or difficult scene changes are necessary.

    A livret of an originalproduction might include solutions to these problems that are intriguing, effective, and moreauthentic, if indeed a staging closer to the original performance is desired. Furthermore, conclusions drawn from the few livrets that are preserved mustbe treated with caution, as we cannot be sure whether the often scarce information in these livretsdocuments actual staging practice or innovations of an emerging tradition.

    Around he was promoted to the position of one of the several peintres en chef. It was truly Ciceri who first understood that the time of the old antique and classic scenes had passed and who, at the same time, posed the principle that, in a stage setting, the faithfully and carefully executed details must be sacrificed to the mass and the effect. Thesepieces of scenery—some as large as twenty eight feet high and eight feet wide, weighing approximately one hundredten livres [pounds]—were mounted on chariots, little wagons with two wheels that ran on and off stage on eitherside of the stage.

    These chariots could move at very high speeds, often posing an immediate threat to the health ofthe actors during scene changes. His description of the chariot system appears on p. To avoid confusion I will translate the term wing, meaning a piece of scenery, as flat throughout thethesis. The borders hung from the grid or machine area over the stage and terminated the stagepicture to the top like a ceiling.

    In the eighteenth century, the paintedelements gave the impression of a shrinking rectangle that receded towards the central vanishingpoint on the backdrop, since each flat was aligned parallel with the footlights. Furthermore, stage hands pivoted the flatsaway from the footlights to open up the stage and further enhance the realism of the set. He furthermore points out that characters did not necessarily interact with theprops. In Act Iof La Vestale, for example, the High Priest and Priestess each place a tripod with burningincense stage right and stage left, leaving center stage open for the actors Figure 3.

    An unusually detailedannotated diagram, for example, illustrates the set of Act I of La Vestale Figure 3. It shows alarge backdrop 1 , several parallel wings 2, 7 , and three praticables for the temple of Vesta 3 , the throne of Licinius 5 , and the podium of the consuls 8 respectively. Of thepracticables, only the podium of the consuls is arranged diagonally. A triumphal arch 4 andmarble steps 9, 10, 11 brake up the playing area.

    The tripods are represented in the graphic as. The number 11 is listed in the description but is absent inthe illustration. Most likely it is meant to refer to the three steps leading up to the Podium of the Consuls 8. Figure 3. The sketch has no accompanying description.

    Act II takes place in the Temple of Vesta. Dene Barnett has argued that the downstage line wasnot so much a line but a small semicircle formed by the principal characters. Licinius pleads with her to leave the temple for him and, as the active character, moves tothe front of the stage Figure 3. Since the downstage line was the basic formation, a shift of attention to the upstage area neededto be pointed out specifically. The choir, for example, always stood in symmetrical lines to bothsides of the stage and the principal characters—whenever they broke from the downstage line—stood in balanced pairs on opposed sides.

    Barnettargues that important characters frequently occupied stage right, the side that in the seventeenth-and eighteenth-century books on civility was accorded to a person of superior rank. Barnett, Art of Gesture, If the characters where instead positioned in a semicircle, the mostprestigious position was in the center. Ifpossible, soloists avoided crossing the stage to exit.

    See, for example, Harel, Dictionnaire, Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century accounts are either unclear or contradictory inspecifying which side King or Queen is stage left or stage right. Studies of the French stage have not yet addressedthis discrepancy and consequently some confusion remains. Wilberg, for example, uses the terms according toHarel. Paris: Buisson, , 30; translated in Barnett, Art of Gesture, The Choir Throughout the eighteenth century the choir divided into two groups, positioned in a rowto either side of the stage.

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