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The Trial of the Harlequin (Scene 2)

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The Trial of the Harlequin (Scene 2)

The Harlequin has been lead into the jail, and all the people are gathered around the front steps of the courthouse. A Bailiff comes out of the front door with a long scroll which he appears to be reading out loud to the crowd. The crowd hopes it is to describe why the Harlequin was arrested, but instead it is an announcement as to when the trial shall begin. So everybody dances their way trying to get the best place in line to enter the court for the trial.

Now we are inside the courtroom, and people are haggling nagging and in general exhibiting mischief to get the best seats in the house, at least the best seats they can, for the front row seats are reserved for the prestigious elite. And after the regular folk have their seats, chimes are heard heralding the entrance of the privileged class. These dancers are all dressed in the latest fashions and very courtly in their manners. Reporters are typing away on their typewriters taking it all in. And Everybody takes their seats when the gavel is heard to signal to all that the trial is starting.
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scottghorwath said 1409 days ago (October 14th, 2015)
Muse is displayed - fantastic !
the lower brass sounds fabulous - as does the mustering and frolicking of the woods - WOW - the vivid tonal mural ! the culmination at the end !
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