The Marriage of Figaro
By lgracem, Updated
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The Count and Basilio rush to Susanna's aid, bringing her to the chair where Cherubino is hidden. However, she wakes up and rushes them away.
The Count vows to make Cherubino leave the castle, expressing how he had been caught with a girl before.
The Count lifts the cloth conceling Cherubino and accuses Susanna of dallying with him.
Then Figaro arrives with a group of peasants, singing the Count praises. He invites the Count to place the bridal veil on Susanna as a symbol of his blessing for their marriage.
The Count is forced to agree, but he secretly vows to help Marcellina marry Figaro instead. He also gets Cherubino out of the way by drafting him into his regiment.
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