Salon in a Viennese city hotel. Wing door in the middle. At the right front a window, further back a door. Also a door on the left. The salon is rich and newly furnished in the taste of the s. Adelaide with the card-maker at a table on the left.
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Arabella , Op. The Met has given 58 performances of the work since that date. As the curtain opens, Countess Adelaide is having her fortune told. The fortune teller predicts Arabella will marry a man from far away, but that trouble may be in store. The Waldners have a second daughter, Zdenka, but since they cannot afford two daughters marrying, they have indulged her tomboyishness by pretending she is a boy, whom they present as "Zdenko. To prevent him from committing suicide, Zdenka writes him love letters she signs with Arabella's name. Zdenka reproaches Arabella for her unsympathetic treatment of Matteo, but Arabella says that she is hoping for the "Right Man," to whom she can give her heart completely.
Arabella Libretto by Strauss Richard
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