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A heath Macbeth meets the witches Groups of witches gather in a wood beside a battlefield, exchanging stories of the evils they have done.

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The victorious generals Macbeth and Banco enter. The witches hail Macbeth as Thane of Glamis a title he already holds by inheritance , Thane of Cawdor, and king "hereafter. The witches vanish, and messengers from the king appear naming Macbeth Thane of Cawdor. Macbeth protests that the holder of that title is still alive, but the messengers reply that the former Thane has been executed as a traitor.

Banco, mistrusting the witches, is horrified to find that they have spoken the truth. Macbeth ponders how close he is to the throne, and whether fate will crown him without his taking action, yet dreams of blood and treachery: She is determined to propel Macbeth to the throne - by fair means or foul. When Macbeth returns she urges him to take the opportunity to kill the King.

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The King and the nobles arrive and Macbeth is emboldened to carry out the murder Mi si affaccia un pugnal? Macduff arrives for an appointment with the King, while Banco stands guard, only for Macduff instead to discover the murder.

The chorus calls on God to avenge the killing Schiudi, inferno,. Act 2[ edit ] Scene 1: A room in the castle Macbeth is now king: To prevent this he tells his wife that he will have both Banco and his son murdered as they come to a banquet. Outside the castle A gang of murderers lie in wait. Banco, sensing danger shares his misgivings with his son.

The murderers attack and stab him to death, but his son escapes. The assassination is reported to Macbeth, but when he returns to the table the ghost of Banco is sitting in his place.

Macbeth raves at the ghost and the horrified guests believe he has gone mad. Lady Macbeth manages to calm the situation once - and even mocks it by calling for a toast to the absent Banco whose death is not yet public knowledge , only for the ghost to appear a second time and terrify Macbeth into insanity again. Macduff resolves to leave the country, saying it is ruled by a cursed hand and only the wicked may remain: The banquet ends abruptly with their hurried, frightened departure.

Macbeth enters and they conjure up three apparitions for him. The first advises him to beware of Macduff. The third that he cannot be conquered till Birnam Wood marches against him. No wood has ever moved by magic power" Macbeth is then shown the ghost of Banco and his descendants, eight future Kings of Scotland, verifying the original prophecy. He collapses, but regains consciousness in the castle. The act ends with Macbeth recovering and resolving to assert his authority: Birgit Nilsson as Lady Macbeth, Scene 1: While each version uses the same libretto, the music of this chorus is different.

It begins with a less ominous, much shorter orchestral introduction and is sung straight through by the entire chorus. The revised version is 2 minutes longer than the original. He is joined by Malcolm, the son of King Duncan, and the English army. They are determined to liberate Scotland from tyranny Chorus: The battlefield Macbeth has learned that an army of Scottish rebels backed by England is advancing against him, but is reassured by remembering the words of the apparitions, that no man born of woman can harm him.

Rallying his troops he learns that Birnam Wood has indeed come to his castle. Macduff pursues and fights Macbeth who falls. Macbeth responds in anguish Cielo! Macduff returns indicating to his men that he has killed Macbeth. He then turns to Malcolm, hailing him as King.

The scene ends with a hymn to victory sung by bards, soldiers, and Scottish women Salve, o re! Malcolm as King, and Macduff as hero, together swear to restore the realm to greatness.

He notes that it is not always the material which is better or more suited than that from Only during the present Verdi craze could his Macbeth be seriously set beside its tremendous original.

What can we make of a Macbeth who pursues his fatal vision through a musical desert of the old fustian recitative, or a Lady Macbeth whose prayer to be unsexed is a barn-storming martial cabaletta? In the "Grand scena di sonnambulismo", admittedly, Verdi did so magically stroke the big strumming guitar of his orchestra, and so chasten the vocal pride of Italian bel canto, as to foreshadow his achievements of some forty years later.