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Un volterrian! Scarpia: Him! Tosca’s lover! He’s a suspect! He’s a Voltairian! Sagrestano: Vuoto? Vuoto! Sacristan: Is it empty? Empty! Scarpia: Che hai detto? Che fu? Scarpia: What did you say? What was that? Sagrestano: Si ritrovò nella Cappella questo panier. Sacristan: This basket was found in the Chapel. Tosca - Libretto Act I Page 63 Scarpia: Tu lo conosci? Scarpia: Do you recognize it? Sagrestano: Certo! È il cesto del pittor, ma nondimeno... Sacristan: Certainly! It’s the painter’s basket, but nonetheless...
Sagrestano: Pieno è il paniere. Fa penitenza? Sacristan: Your food basket is full. Are you doing penance? Cavaradossi: Fame non ho. Cavaradossi: I’m not hungry. Opera Classics Library Series Page 50 Sagrestano: Ah! Mi rincresce! Badi, quand’esce chiuda. Sacristan: Oh, I’m so sorry! Don’t forget to lock up. Cavaradossi: Va! Cavaradossi: Go! Sagrestano: Vo! Sacristan: I’m going! After the Sacristan leaves, Cavaradossi begins to paint. He becomes uneasy when he hears the noise of someone at the gate of the chapel.
He tells her that he found it on the scaffold, implying to Tosca that the Marquesa is Cavaradossi’s lover, and that they have escaped together to Cavaradossi’s villa. Tosca recognizes the crest on the fan, confirms that her suspicions were correct, and pours out the agony of her betrayal. She came to the church bearing deep sorrow because her participation in the celebration forced her cancel their rendezvous at the villa that evening. But now her love has betrayed her, and she vehemently swears that the Attavanti woman shall not possess Mario.