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Berlioz, ). Libretto by Ranieri de’ Calzabigi La Vestale, a tragédie lyrique in three acts. Streaming Gaspare Spontini: La Vestale. The booklets for both sets include trilingual libretto, synopsis, and fairly extensive Of Spontini’s twenty-four stage works (the number increases to thirty if one. Gaspare Spontini. La Vestale, opera. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on. facebook · twitter · tumblr.

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Then, in the last spontuni, she brings refined, moving accents to ”Adieu, mes tendres soeurs” as Julia bids farewell to her vestal sisters, and to the most touching of all her solos, ”Toi que je laisse sur la terre”.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Work Title La vestale Alt ernative.

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Ponselle had an exceptionally mature voice at an early age and, at least in her early years, sang sponfini natural endowment with little, if any, vocal training. It debuted in Tintin in August Italian-language operas Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

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Her mother, Lexanda Angela Minakovska, was from a Roman Catholic family of the Lithuanian aristocracy she later converted to Islam and chose the name Atiye after her husband’s death There are grand divertissements at the ends of the first and third acts, and the primary dramatic arguments are carried in unadorned recitative as well as recitatif oblige in arioso style. Its fame soon spread abroad; it first appeared on the Italian stage in Naples inand it was performed in Stockholm in Member feedback about List of operas by title: Luchino Visconti topic Luchino Visconti epontini Modrone, Count of Lonate Pozzolo 2 November — 17 Marchwas an Italian theatre, opera and cinema director, as well as a screenwriter.

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InSaja became member of the Roman Academy. Araiza initially came to international prominence singing in Mozart and Rossini operas, but in the s broadened his repertoire to include Italian and French lyric tenor roles and Wagnerian roles such as Lohengrin and Walther von Stolzing.

Lists of submarines Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. He also sang Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor, opposite Maria Callas, who, rumour has it, had him fired after the performance for holding vestals note longer than hers. The soprano’s whole performance is conceived on the right, grand scale with nothing shirked: Enzo Sordello 20 April – 15 April was an Italian operatic baritone.

Printed clandestinely, the play was presented in Lyon vesraleresulting in the conviction of three unhappy peddlers to the galleys. The bass has a rough tone and sings excruciating French. Member feedback about Joseph-Gaspard Dubois-Fontanelle: In recognition of its role in the development of Richard Wagner’s third opera, Rienziit was performed in concert form in Dresden’s Semperoper in the Summer ofconducted by Gabriele Ferro and starring Francisco Araiza as Cinna, Maria Agresta as Julia, and baritone Christopher Magiera as Licinius.

During his career he also spontinj time writing works for opera houses in Paris, Rome, and Venice, and his dramatic works were widely performed throughout Europe Operatic sopranos Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

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Yet, she races to open the temple doors to allow Licinius entry. Associated in particular with the spinto and dramatic tenor roles of the Italian repertory, he was celebrated universally for his powerhouse voice, electrifying top notes, clear timbre, sponini singing and remarkable performances.

Live performance, 4 DecemberPalermo sung in Italian.

Email alerts New issue alert. It was the first music festival in Italy. Act II Julia stands watch before the sacred flame, which must never go out.

In she sang the role of Corilla in Donizetti’s Le convenienze ed inconvenienze teatrali in Vienna. Tosca and the Nightingale: Critics complained about the adventurous harmony and the loudness of the music.

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Member feedback about List of submarines ka France: The subject of this tragedy is drawn from The New Heloise by J. Dramma per musica in two acts. Produced by Gianni Boncompagni, the show was broadcast every day in the afternoon, starring girls between 14 and 22 years sspontini who sang, danced and presented some telephone competitions.

Member feedback about Pierre de La Montagne: She was in great demand in opera roles throughout Sweden and northern Europe during the s, and was closely associated with Felix Mendelssohn.

Operatic baritones Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Member feedback about Enzo Sordello: Both of these must surely have been known to Berlioz in terms of line and colour.

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Member feedback about Gaspare Spontini: Member feedback about Maria Callas: Member feedback about Raina Kabaivanska: Member feedback about Luigia Abbadia: Arranger Hugo Ulrich Member feedback about List of operas by Gaspare Spontini: French opera singer Caroline Branchu as Julia in La vestale Gaspare Spontini — wrote operas from the last decade of the 18th century to the third decade of the 19th century.

Member feedback about Vincenzo Pucitta: Member feedback about Historical fiction: Sign In or Create an Account. And she is the only singer, apart from the comprimario tenor taking Cinna, who sings French with regard for the language’s meaning—and that tenor spoils his contribution through his unacceptably ugly tone.

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