A steer is being roasted. It was clear to me. The Emperor claps vigorously and - following his lead - so do the courtiers. Still in the same mood, he enters the door of his own house. I long for that day, best of Papas, and kiss your hand a hundred thousand times. He stares in disbelief at Mozart. Salieri stares at the cross.
As they disappear, he steals toward the music stands, unable to help himself. The candles throw their shadows up onto the peeling walls of the house, which is evidently an old one and in bad decay. The next I was here, in Vienna, city of musicians, sixteen years old and studying under Gluck! The more license I allow you, the more you take. Mozart gets his wish to write a German opera whose setting is a Turkish harem, and he chooses as his lead actress, , the woman who Salieri admires. Leopold decides to leave Mozart's household and to go back to Salzburg after arguing with Constanze over whether or not to accept Lorl into the household. It's obvious I don't satisfy. They arrive at the door of Colloredo's private apartment.
It shatters on the floor. Mozart bows to them, also delighted. You can't take him away now. Suddenly, they hear a loud thud and barge into his chamber. Remember how you have always told me Vienna is the City of Musicians. We see his agonized and wondering face: he shudders as if in a rough and tumbling sea; he experiences the point where beauty and great pain coalesce.
As she talks, she extinguishes the candles in a pair of Venetian candelabra and subsequently other candles around the room. Mozart takes it absently and goes on talking. We hear a noise as if a window is being opened. Salieri quickly hides before she sees him. I mean watching Italian opera, all those male sopranos screeching.
That was not Mozart laughing, Father. She is wearing a dressing gown and has made a perfunctory attempt to tidy her hair. He gave me that longing - then made me mute. He gives a little giggle of embarrassment. The musicians are in their places, holding their various exotic-looking wind instruments; the candles are all lit. You will remain in my service and learn your place. Watched by an astonished Salieri, Mozart disappears under the cloth and obviously pounces upon Constanze.
Cavalieri is singing Martern aller Arten from the line Doch du bist entschlossen. He could actually do musical harm to the Princess! He's going to need it. She's the best cook in the world. Tell me, if you had been me, wouldn't you have thought God had accepted your vow? I tell you straight: I will not! Mozart stands before him, trembling with anger. Suddenly Salieri appears from the music room. Constanze also has a bad relationship with Salieri. Adult Mozart always wants his way because his father has spoiled him from a very young age.
Do not blame me that I did not wait to see your dear face. I truly appreciate your looking at these. He scratches notes out with his quill, and ruffles his hair - which we see without a powdered wig. The Emperor rides elegantly; his niece, a dumpy little Hapsburg girl of sixteen, like a sack of potatoes. But she says it's urgent. Mozart visits Schlumberg again later in the film.
As soon as they disappear into the far room, Salieri goes quickly to a lady in the corner who is giving guests domino masks off a tray. He is puzzled; Constanze has disappeared. We notice on his finger a heavy gold signet-ring. After I die let people speak my name forever with love for what I wrote! After a second he moves almost in a trance toward the door; the music dissolves. I can't remember a time when I didn't know his name! At Prince-Archbishop Colloredo's residence, Salieri sees Mozart for the first time. He is set to take revenge. Bind me then - compel me! I have other things you might like.