An opera in one act. A few angels, led by Sandolfon, enter an empty church to inspect the sanctuary. Sandolfon tells them that their leader, Metatron, has been displeased with their work. Suddenly, Metatron appears, accompanied by Jeremiel and Raguel. Metatron criticizes the group and reminds the angels of their purpose for gathering: “To encourage one mortal love.” A mortal, John, who cannot see or hear the angels, arrives in the church. Metatron summons the presence of the Spinster and the Professor to prevent John from leaving the church. John confesses to the Spinster that he is there to meet Ann, whom he would like to marry, but he has his doubts. The Professor encourages Ann. Ann enters, and John hesitantly asks her to marry him. They both discuss their doubts as Metatron and Raguel urge the chorus to lend some encouragement. Time is suspended for the two lovers, and Metatron delivers a sermon, encouraging John and Ann to face the difficulties of life. For a fleeting moment, Ann seems to see the angels surrounding her, and her beatitude is transferred to John. They accept the imperfections of human love, and the angels go on to their next assignment. Vocal score for soli, mixed choir (SATB) and piano.
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