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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Opera company: The Don emerges, pursued by the young lad Introduction: Notte e giorno faticar. Donna Anna, who is betrothed to Don Ottavio, has managed to beat off her assailant and now attempts to discover his identity. Leporello and his master escape. When Donna Anna, who has gone to seek help, returns accompanied by her betrothed and several servants, she finds only the dead body of her father.
Scene two A street by night. Don Giovanni and Leporello, in search of fresh adventures, come across Donna Elvira, who was seduced and abandoned by Don Giovanni and has been looking for him to get her revenge Aria: Ah chi mi dice mai. As soon as the rake recognizes Elvira as one of his previous amours, he goes off, leaving Leporello to explain to the lady the reason for his deserting her so suddenly.
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Exit Donna Elvira, who is determined to punish her perjurious lover. Zerlina and Masetto, with a group of peasants, are celebrating their approaching marriage Chorus: Don Giovanni enters with Leporello and pays court to the bride. He invites the whole wedding party to his country house, and undertakes personally to escort Zerlina there.
Masetto is led away on a pretext by Leporello, but has clearly grasped the situation and is anxious to put matters straight with Zerlina Aria: Left alone with the girl, Don Giovanni attempts to seduce her with gallant promises Duettino: But the unexpected arrival of Donna Elvira, who denounces her betrayer and takes Zerlina aside, prevents him from implementing these designs Aria: Ah fuggi il traditor.
Meanwhile Donna Anna and Don Ottavio arrive. Non ti fidar, o miseraDon Giovanni slips away. But Donna Anna has recognized his voice as that of her seducer and of the man who killed her father. She urges Don Ottavio to avenge the outrage without hesitation Aria: Don Ottavio in his turn vows to himself to carry out the wishes of his beloved Aria: In the meantime Don Giovanni directs preparations for the festivities, during which he hopes to possess the attractive young Zerlina Aria: Scene three A garden with two gates locked on the outside.
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Masetto rebukes Zerlina for her unfaithfulness, but his bride soothingly reassures him that her virtue has not been offended by the amorous knight Aria: Batti, batti, o bel Masetto. Masetto however, when Don Giovanni arrives, hides in an alcove and spies on his fuggi to Zerlina. Three masked figures — Don Ottavio, Donna Anna and Donna Elvira — now enter in search of Don Giovanni, who does not recognize them and invites them too to the party.
Scene four A brightly lit hall prepared for a lavish ball. After trying in vain to put the blame on Leporello, and threatening everyone insight, Don Giovanni vanishes.
When Elvira appears at the window, Don Giovanni, concealed behind Leporello, declares his repentance to her. Trusting his words, Elvira goes off with the servant whom she has mistaken for her former admirer Trio: Ah taci, ingiusto core. Deh vieni alla finestrabut the sudden entry of Masetto, accompanied by armed peasants who are determined to kill the seducer, obliges him to give up this conquest too.
But the Don, taking advantage of his disguise, manages to get rid of the peasants and is left alone with Masetto, tuggi whom he delivers a thrashing Aria: Zerlina comes to the aid cruxele her betrothed and reproaches him for his jealousy but lovingly tends crusele bruises Aria: Sola, sola in buio loco.
The servant barely escapes just punishment Aria: Il mio tesoro intantowhile Donna Elvira cannot conceal her pity for the miscreant Aria: Scene three A graveyard with several equestrian statues and one of the Commendatore.
Don Giovanni meets Leporello and tells him of crudle another disreputable thing he has done. In reply to obscure threats uttered by the statue of the Commendatore, who is buried there, the rake has invited him to supper at his palace Duet: Scene four A gloomy room.
Don Ottavio, confirming to Donna Anna that Don Giovanni is soon to be punished by law, asks her if she feels she ruggi now accept his proposal of marriage. But she is weary after recent events and begs him to be patient a little longer, though she again reassures him of her love Aria: Scene five A dining room and table laid for a feast. While Don Giovanni cheerfully dines, despite the appearance of Donna Elvira, who has come to get him to repent his sins, the statue of the Commendatore appears at the door Finale: Leporello takes shelter under the table, while Don Giovanni confronts the grim apparition.
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