It includes materials that strenghten the mood.
Under the shadow of an impressive Buda, a bronze’s idol that dances as the Great Brahman executes the wedding. At the foot of the altar, Gamzatti, consumed by the guilt, tries to rush the ceremony; by her side, Solor, dazed by Nikiya’s view, renounces to pronounce his oath. The gods destroy the temple in anger, and finish with the assistants. But the warrior’s and his former lover will be able to join, at last, in an everlasting love. (Act III, scene I)