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Besso and his soldiers arrive and, as they approach, Medea plans to ask him what has happened and approaches him. Demo arrives to observe and notes that Giasone is returning to the ships.

Right after, Alinda, Orestes, Delfa, and Demo providing their brief commentary on the joyful scene, followed by a brief duet Medea and Isifile and quartet Isifile, Giasone, Medea and Egeo. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Isifile arrives and wakes Giasone and begin a conversation. Mad characters are “freed from the decorum of normal behavior.

She is in such grief that she lays down to rest. Two sleep scenes are also included.

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He is perturbed because Giasone has grown soft as a result of enjoying the pleasures of love with Queen Medea and delozie a result he has been neglecting his duties. Apollo and Amore love, i. Medea shows up and, overhearing the conversation, calls Besso a liar.


Such scenes use a special kind of poetic meter called sdrucciolo, which places an accent on the antepenultimate syllable. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

When Egeo arrives and says that it was he who tried to kill Giasone, Medea admits to having sent Egeo vontente do so in vengeance. Orestes arrives and Isifile scorns him for having been absent and tempts him to kiss her, then falls asleep.

Ercole, being a man of honor, tells Besso that is too effeminate, to which Besso replies: Medea then asks if he has carried out his orders. Captain Besso enters and tries to convince Ercole that all men have their vices and so he should not be too concerned.

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Jupiter and Aeolus resolve to create a storm to shipwreck Giasone so that he will return to Isifile in Lemnos. This is the second time that Giasone contsnte been scolded shirking responsibility! Finally, there are three laments in the opera. Demo and Orestes have a long discussion with Demo complaining about the storm and worries for his life.

She tells him to wait and she will return with the mother of his children.

After the combat, Medea ensures Giasone is not injured. The scene changes to the Cavern of Aeolus.

Two mythological characters appear in the prologue: In the Valley of Orseno, Medea sings the strophic aria “L’armi apprestatemi” expressing her rage against her rival with stile concitato gestures. Jason and the Argonauts. She advises her that it doesn’t matter whether Giasone has been faithful or not.


The strings make drum-like martial gestures in an instrumental sinfonia that accompanies the action. Set in a flowery glade, Besso and Delfa discuss Giasone’s conflicting marriages to Medea and Isifile.

Egeo finds the unconscious Giasone and pulls out a dagger to kill him, but Isifile arrives and takes the dagger out of Egeo’s hands. Isifile’s emotion switches from bliss to anger in this mad scene. She has been looking in vain for Giasone and has come to the glade to rest, but then she finds the two lovers sleeping.

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After Amore’s aria, they argue over this problem for the remainder of the prologue without resolution and they intend to fight one another. He cntente Demo chase after them. Isifile forgives him and they sing the love duet “Quanto son le mie gioie” to arrive at the standard Venetian happy ending. Alone, Egeo laments over his lost love with the recitative “Si parte, mi deride?

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