Front Page Titles (by Subject) SCENE IV.— - Beethoven' s Opera Fidelio. German Text, with an English Translation
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SCENE IV.— - Ludwig van Beethoven, Beethoven’ s Opera Fidelio. German Text, with an English Translation 
Beethoven’ s Opera Fidelio. German Text, with an English Translation (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1864).
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The same—EnterJacquino,two Officers, and Soldiers with torches.
[Speaks during a pause in the music.] Rocco, the minister is coming: He and his suite have already arrived at the postern.
[Joyfully surprised—aside.] Praised be God! He’s happily arrived! [Aloud.] We come! The soldiers shall ascend, and with lighted torches hence accompany the Governor.
[The Soldiers come down to the door.—Exeunt Officers and Jacquino.
Leo. & Flo.
[Pizarro rushes away, giving Rocco a sign to follow him. The latter avails himself of the opportunity to grasp the hands of Leonora and Florestan, presses them to his bosom, points to Heaven, and then hasting after him.