Other Titles. Faust. English & French Faites-lui mes aveux. Vocal score. Description. Caption title. On cover: Thurwanger's phonetically. Siebel is picking flowers for Marguerite (“Faites-lui mes aveux”), but, as Méphistophélès predicted, they all fade in his hands. Happily, however, when he dips his. Recording Title. Siebel air. Other Title(s). Flower song (Subtitle); Faust. Faites-lui mes aveux (Uniform title). Composer. Charles Gounod. Contralto.
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Valentin faitas lui mes aveux to her cottage. Valentin takes the bait and comes out of the cottage, now knowing that Faust has debauched his sister. The two men fight, but Faust is reluctant to hurt the brother of the woman he adores.
With his dying breath Valentin blames Marguerite for his death and condemns her to Hell before the assembled townspeople Ecoute-moi bien Marguerite.
Faites-lui mes aveux
An orgiastic ballet suggests the revelry that continues throughout the night. As dawn approaches, Faust sees a vision of Marguerite and calls for her.
They sing a love duet Oui, c'est toi que j'aime.
The two hide in the garden faitas lui mes aveux Marguerite enters. Hesitatingly, she opens it and is astonished to find a treasure of gems.
She picks out a pair of earrings and, finding a mirror in faitas lui mes aveux case, delightedly admires herself and imagines meeting the handsome stranger again Jewel Song: Marthe Schwerlein, her neighbor, is equally delighted to see Marguerite so adorned.
Marguerite tells Faust of her family tragedies — her mother and little sister are dead, and her brother has gone off to war.
Night has fallen, and Marguerite asks Faust to leave. When he refuses, she slips away, and he follows. Faust and Marguerite return. Marguerite again asks him to leave, but he takes her hand and extols her beauty.
faitas lui mes aveux Marguerite, frightened at his passionate embrace, begs him again to leave. At last, she promises to see him at dawn the next day. She rushes into the house, throwing him a kiss as she goes.
Act III Scene 1. A group of girls outside mock Marguerite because her lover has run away.
Faust (Gounod, Charles)
Once, she would have done the same, but now she is the object of ridicule. Siebel arrives and comforts her. He swears to kill the man who betrayed her. But Marguerite still loves him. Marguerite, grateful, tells him that she will go to church to pray for Faust and for her unborn child.
Valentin greets Siebel, who tells him that Marguerite is in church. After the soldiers march off, Valentin invites Siebel to his house, but Siebel refuses.
When Faitas lui mes aveux demands faitas lui mes aveux explanation, Siebel begs him to have mercy on Marguerite and tries, unsuccessfully, to keep him from entering the house.
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Valentin quickly falls, mortally wounded. Marguerite faitas lui mes aveux with Siebel to find her brother accusing her lover and cursing her with his dying breath. Still invisible to Marguerite, he mocks her former innocence and relishes her fall and damnation.
Act IV Scene 1. Walpurgisnacht [often omitted in performance].