39. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 3, 4 ; 5: Dialog ; No. 14, Folk Song "Wir Winden Dir Den Jungfernkranz"
40. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 5 ; 6: Dialogue "Mit Einem Lauten Schrei" (Samiel's Voice) ; Dialogue "Liebe Freunde
41. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 6: NR. 15, Jägerchor "Was Gleicht Wohl Auf Erden" (Chor
42. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 6 ; 7: Dialog "That Was Really Masterful"
43. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 7
44. No. 16, Finale "Schaut, O Schaut" (Choir, Ännchen, Agathe, Kaspar, Max, Samiels Stimme, Kuno, Ottokar)
45. Only You Can Solve This Puzzle (Ottokar, Max, Kuno, Agathe, Ännchen, Chor)
46. Who Puts Such a Strict Spell on Him? (The Hermit, Ottokar, Choir, Max, Kuno, Ännchen)
47. But Now Raise Your Eyes (The Hermit, Choir, All)
Delving into black magic and folk culture, Weber created with Der Freischütz a new aesthetic that was to nourish the imaginative world of a whole generation of composers. René Jacobs has gone back to the sources of the initial project and here offers us a completely new reading of the very first German Romantic opera. The prologue initially conceived by the librettist is restored to it's original place, giving due symbolic and structural weight to the character of the Hermit. This is a fascinating rediscovery.