The Grandcourt marriage develops. A critical musician, Herr Klesmer is invited to hear Mirah sing. Daniel finds Mirah's brother Ezra and arranges a meeting. Finally, Sir Hugo Mallinger hands Daniel a letter from his mother.
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Dear Daniel, don't think of me sorrowfully wherever you may go. You must live after life which is new, and I must live my own. I shall remember your words. Every one of them. I shall remember what you believed about me, that I am worth something after all. You have mend me more deeply and cared more fully than anyone, and I only thought of myself. And made you grieve. You mustn't grieve anymore for me. It is better - it shall be better with me because I have known you. Gwendolen ...
(from "The Marriage of Figaro")
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Vocalist Jenny Burn See more