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Betly is a representation of a playful drama in an act by Gaetano Donizetti dating back to 1836. The story, set in the canton of Appenzello between 1799-1800, tells the story of Daniel, a farmer who is in love with Betly, a witty and lively girl. 

The performance then features artists in military and appenzell costumes of the time. The drawings are the result of in-depth studies of the sketches at the military museums of Morges in the Canton Vaud, and Suvorov in the Canton Glarona, as well as the traditions of Appenzello and the inscriptions written by Donizetti himself.