Amadeus - Act 1, Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Part 5 Summary

Back in the home of the Baroness at another musical evening, Salieri sits in his usual chair eating his usual sweets as Constanze and the Venticelli play a sexy game. As part of the game, the Venticelli ask to measure Constanze's calves. Constanze pretends to protest, but the Venticelli insist, and finally Constanze gets up on a table so they can measure. As Salieri excitedly watches, one Venticelli holds her ankles while the other gets out a ruler and starts measuring, then sticks his head under her skirts. At this moment, Mozart comes in and reacts with outrage, demanding that the Venticelli leave (they do) and telling Constanze she has just ruined both their reputations. Constanze tells him that he's done more to ruin his reputation by having sex with every female pupil he's had than she has. Constanze compares his...

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