The ballroom was near dead silent as the Maestro waited for the woman he'd spend everyday with. Perhaps it was his nerves of knowing this person would overshadow his playing during the aria's, or perhaps it was the fact that this person was a woman. The Maestro would spend nearly every minute of everyday rehearsing with a woman - that was new. As the man was seated at the harpsichords bench, eventually a soft voice turned him around. "Are you the Maestro?" As Cadenza turned to face whoever spoke, the man was completely taken back by the woman's appearance. She was dumbfounding - he was memorized. Aside from the extravagant gown and giant wig, she was naturally beautiful in her facial region - or at least, that's how Cadenza saw it. "That I am. Oui," Cadenza forced himself to turn and stand up off of the bench as he then, quite quickly, bowed before the young woman - and his bow brought a smile to her face, although, she didn't curtsy in return. Perhaps she didn't know. "Madame Garderobe," As the two shook hands, it was then Cadenza realized he was taller than the girl - but her wig had him beat. The two shared a bit of small talk, which was mainly coming from Garderobe - for each time Cadenza were to look up from the keys to face Garderobe when speaking, he get tongue tied. She just hit him in the face. She was gorgeous. But, the two did eventually have to begin practicing for the aria's. The words for the piece were typically sung by a different woman every night - one who was not available to court, but now that the Prince had invested in a vocalist, Cadenza knew he was lucky enough to hear the same beautiful voice every night - but he was unaware of the woman's full potential just yet. As the two began their very first piece together, the Maestro obviously was a bit nervous on messing up - which only caused him to mess up even more. Each time he play a wrong note or miss a key - he got a glare from Garderobe. The woman wasn't only gorgeous, she was also a diva, or so it seemed. As the two eventually got through the middle of the aria, one part in particular shocked Cadenza so much that he missed nearly every key, and the ones he had hit were all wrong.