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They go into the house Hm! Walther mit einem Schauer: Ei, so schlag’ ein heil’ges Hageldonnerwetter drein, wollt vn nicht gleich nach Hause heim! Now, get to work! Juckt dich das Fell? I’ll remember you for this vexation! Sachs sitzt ddie einem grossen Lehnstuhle an diesem Fenster, durch welches die Morgensonne hell auf ihn bereinscheint; er hat vor sich auf dem Schosse einen grossen Folianten und ist im Lesen vertieft.
Despite these problems, the premiere was a triumph, and the opera was hailed as one of Wagner’s most successful works. In the opening of the third act Sachs, in his workshop, considers human delusions. EVA It’s Beckmesser here already!
That we alone in the broad German empire still cherish Art – by that they set little store: Walther, angered by the boys’ mockery, has slumped down on the front bench. Haven’t you ever been at a song contest? His heart’s in the right place: Rather introduce me to the art of singing. The last of his line, he recently left his estate and castle and came hither to Nuremberg to become a burgher here.
So hear, Masters, the gift which I have decreed as prize: The cobbler re-enters the room and Beckmesser confronts him with the verses and asks if he wrote them.
It is you, who are making excuses!
EVA Dear father, must it be a Master? Vor ihm schon mancher Werber versang. Sieben Fehler gibt er Euch vor, die merkt er mit Kreide dort an: SACHS has placed his work-bench on the threshold.
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O God, what a mess! Begehrt wer Freiung, der komm’ zur Stell’! I am Fritz Kothner. If you don’t stop, we’ll join in!
Let Sachs think of him what he will, he must be silent here in the Singing-school! The character of Hans Sachs became one of the most Schopenhauerian of Wagner’s creations. WALTHER At the quiet hearth in winter time, when castle and courtyard were snowed up, I often read in an old book left to me by my ancestor how once Spring so sweetly laughed, and how it then soon awoke anew.
With the last words mistersinger stretches his head out with a scornfully familiar nod, then pulls across the front curtains, so that he becomes invisible KOTHNER to Walther What the guiding principles of your song should be, learn from the Table of Rules.
Geh’, kleid’ dich um. Nuremberg’s greatest Master, Hans Sachs, is teaching me the art; for a full year already he’s been instructing me so that I may become a Scholar. Let this be an example to you, and forget your dreams of Master! Dieser Reimgesetze Leimen und Kleister!
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Sachs smiles at Beckmesser’s foolishness but expresses hope that Beckmesser will learn to be better in the future. Auf, schaffet Wasser her!
She hints that she would not mind if Sachs, a widower, were to win the contest. Today it’s not me; someone else is facing the court: After the parishioners have filed out, she informs her suitor that she is to be betrothed the next day to the winner of a song contest sponsored by the local Mastersingers.
Whether I learn what I long for, whether I hear what I dread: When the street and the alley are empty and all houses are closed, the watchman re-enters. EVA leaning on Walther’s breast My brow is troubled, as if by some mad delusion: Was meint Librettl, Meister?
Now they’ll see what a Nuremberger can do!