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Thereafter, all the performers proved excellent in the art of singing; "every part succeeded more than wondrously".
The ambassador for the House of Este , who referred to the work as "a comedy in music", mentioned in particular Andreini's performance which, in her lament, "made many weep", and that of Francesco Rasi, who as Bacchus "sang divinely".
Despite the positive reception accorded to L'Arianna at its premiere, the duke did not request a second showing, as he had with L'Orfeo the previous year".
There is, however, no record of any such performance there. Monteverdi went to the trouble and expense of preparing a new manuscript with revisions; had he had more time, he informed Striggio, he would have revised the work more thoroughly.
A month or so later, however, he learned that the duchess's celebrations had been scaled back, and that there had been no performance of L'Arianna.
There is some evidence to suggest a possible performance in Dubrovnik , in or some time after ; a Croatian translation of the libretto was published in Ancona in Public theatre opera had come to the city in March , when the new Teatro San Cassiano opened with a performance of L'Andromeda by Francesco Manelli.
A revised version of the libretto had been published in , with substantial cuts and revisions from the version to remove passages too specifically linked to the Mantuan wedding.
The dedication in the revised and republished libretto describes him as "[the] most celebrated Apollo of the century and the highest intelligence of the heavens of humanity".
After the Venice revival of —40 there are no further records of performances of L'Arianna. Rinuccini's libretto, which was published on several occasions during Monteverdi's lifetime, has survived intact, but the opera's music disappeared some time after , with the exception of Ariadne's scene 6 lament, known as "Lamento d'Arianna".
In the loss of its music the opera shares the fate of most of Monteverdi's theatrical works, including six of his other nine operas.
Carter's explanation for the high rate of attrition is that "memories were short and large-scale musical works often had limited currency beyond their immediate circumstances"; such music was rarely published and quickly discarded.
The lament was saved from oblivion by Monteverdi's decision to publish it independently from the opera: first in as a five-voice madrigal,  then in as a monody ,  and finally in as a sacred hymn, "Lamento della Madonna".
In her analysis of the lament, the musicologist Suzanne Cusick asserts that "[T]o a large extent Monteverdi's fame and historical status rested for centuries on the universal appreciation of his achievement in the celebrated lament [which] was among the most emulated, and therefore influential, works of the early 17th century".
Monteverdi, she believes, sought to represent in music the eventual triumph of female piety over promiscuity: "Arianna's gradual loss of her passionate self in the lament constitutes a public musical chastening of this incautious woman who dared to choose her own mate".
In its operatic context the lament takes the form of an extended recitative of more than 70 vocal lines, delivered in five sections divided by choral comments.
Some of the wording is prefigured in the immediately preceding scene in which the First Envoy describes Arianna's plight to a sympathetic chorus of fishermen.
The lament depicts Arianna's various emotional reactions to her abandonment: sorrow, anger, fear, self-pity, desolation and a sense of futility.
Cusick draws attention to the manner in which Monteverdi is able to match in music the "rhetorical and syntactical gestures" in Rinuccini's text. What follows, says Ringer, has a range and depth "comparable to Shakespeare's most searching soliloquies".
The words "Lasciatemi morire" are followed by "O Teseo, O Teseo mio" O Theseus, my Theseus" ; the two phrases represent Arianna's contrasting emotions of despair and longing.
Throughout the lament indignation and anger are punctuated by tenderness, until the final iteration of "O Teseo", after which a descending line brings the lament to a quiet conclusion.
Among other composers who adopted the format and style of Arianna's lament were Francesco Cavalli , whose opera Le nozze di Teti e di Peleo contains three such pieces; Francesco Costa , who included a setting of Rinuccini's text in his madrigal collection Pianta d'Arianna ;  and Sigismondo d'India , who wrote several laments in the s after the monodic version of Arianna's lament was published in