Overture Manuscript, n. Boca Raton: Edwin F. Manuscript, n. Plate Orch. These files are part of the Orchestra Parts Project. Editor Paul Kim. Added indication of starting point for a lead-in when performed as a separate piece.
Vienna: Freidrich Schreiber , n. Plate F. View another BYU copy at archive. Language English. Mein Herr Marquis. Dieser Anstand, so manierlich. Im Feuerstrom der Reben Unter Donner und Blitz, Polka schnell, Op. Genug damit, genug! Act 3. Spiel' ich die Unschuld vom Lande.
Ich stehe voll Zagen. O Fledermaus, o Fledermaus. Then Falke introduces the masked Rosalinde to the company. She succeeds in extracting a valuable watch from her husband's pocket, something which she can use in the future as evidence of his impropriety. Note: The "Champagne song", which is sung by the entire ensemble, should not be confused with the baritone aria "Fin ch' han dal vino" from Don Giovanni , which is often called the "Champagne aria".
The next morning they all find themselves at the prison where the confusion increases and is compounded by the jailer, Frosch, who has profited by Warden Frank's absence to become gloriously drunk. Alfred, still in jail in Eisenstein's place, irritates the other prisoners by singing operatic arias. Meanwhile, Alfred asks Frosch to summon Dr.
Blind to help get him released; Frank agrees to allow this and Dr. Blind arrives. Eisenstein enters and says he has come to serve his sentence. He is surprised when Frank tells him that his cell is already occupied by a man who claims to be Eisenstein and whom Frank had arrested in Eisenstein's apartment. Frank further tells Eisenstein that the man he arrested was singing amorous songs to Rosalinde at the time of his arrest, and warmly kissed her goodbye. Enraged, Eisenstein takes Dr.
Blind's wig and glasses in order to disguise himself and confront the impersonator Alfred, whom Eisenstein now believes has cuckolded him. Rosalinde enters. Eisenstein takes off his disguise and accuses her of being unfaithful to him with Alfred. And though I used to care, I need the open air. You're better off without me, Mein Herr.
Don't dab your eye, mein Herr, Or wonder why, Mein Herr. I've always told you I was a rover. You mustn't knit your brow, You should have known by now You'd every cause to doubt me, Mein, Herr. The continent of Europe is so wide, Mein Herr. Not only up and down, but side to side, Mein Herr. Minimum required purchase quantity for these music notes is 1. Please check if transposition is possible before your complete your purchase.
After you complete your order, you will receive an order confirmation e-mail where a download link will be presented for you to obtain the notes. Johann Strauss II. Quick Fact About Us. Email: info musicnotesroom. Need help? My account.About 'Mein Herr Marquis (Laughing Song)' Artist: Strauss II,Johann (sheet music)Born: October 25, , Vienna Died: June 3, , Vienna The Artist: Johann Strauss II (or Johann Strauss the Younger, or Johann Strauss Jr.) (October 25, - June 3, ) was an Austrian and German composer known especially for his waltzes, such as The Blue Danube.