Synonyms for affetti or Related words with affetti

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Examples of "affetti"
– Adesso argomenteremo attorno agli affetti, – affermò Aristotele avvicinandosi adagio ad Alessandro, accomodandoglisi accanto. – Ascoltami anziché addormentarti.
Travolto dagli affetti familiari ("Swept Away by Family Affection") is a 1978 Italian comedy film directed by Mauro Severino.
His first book of "affetti amorosi" (1608) is in the most modern canzonetta style, using affective chromaticism and continuo. In 1611 he published another book of "affetti amorosi" which includes sonatas for two violins and continuo, as well as some sinfonias. Some of these pieces contain "battle music", with the violins imitating trumpet calls and military drums; both Monteverdi and Grandi imitated this style, and Monteverdi possibly learned it from Negri.
In summing up the musical and creative significance of this opera in Rossini's overall career, Gossett suggests that while Malcolm's two arias and Elena's final "tanti affetti" are "bel canto" at its finest, in this opera Rossini:
Levi was the author of: "Patria ed Affetti" (Venice, 1849), a collection of poems; "Gli Martiri del 1799" (Turin, 1850), a drama; "Martirio e Redenzione" (ib. 1859); "Del Navarra a Magenta" (ib. 1866; revised ed., 1884, with a fantastic allegorical dialogue as a second part); "Vita di Pensiero" (Milan, 1875); "Vita d'Azione" (Turin, 1882); "Il Semitismo" (ib. 1884); "La Mente di Michelangelo" (ib. 1890); "Giordano Bruno" (ib. 1894).
Lucia Quinciani (c. 1566, "fl." 1611) was an Italian composer. She is the earliest known published female composer of monody. She is known only by one composition, a setting of "Udite lagrimosi spirti d’Averno, udite", from Giovanni Battista Guarini's "Il pastor fido", found in Marcantonio Negri's "Affetti amorosi" (1611), in which Negri refers to Quinciani as his student. She may have worked in Venice or Verona.
Douglas enters and he and Rodrigo greet one another, the latter fervently expressing his desire to see Elena. (Rodrigo and Chorus: "Ma dov'è colei" / "But where is Elena, who kindles such a sweet flame in my breast"). Acclaimed by the assembled crowd for her beauty, Elena enters. Rodrigo approaches, declaring his love: (Aria: "Quanto a quest'alma amante" / "My loving soul finds the sweetness of this moment"). Concerned that she does not appear to respond, Douglas assures Rodrigo that she is restrained by modesty. Father, daughter and suitor each express their hopes, concerns and fears: (Trio: "Di opposti affetti un vortice" / "A whirlwind of contrary emotions, Swirls about me").
Giramo's dedication was not the end of works being devoted to Anna. In 1655, famed composer and singer Barbara Strozzi dedicated one of her works ("opus 5, Sacri musicali affetti") to Anna, as Strozzi devoted all of her music publications to prominent aristocratic patrons. She also devoted other works to some of Anna's relatives (like her sister-in-law Vittoria della Rovere). Anna richly rewarded Strozzi for this dedication. We know Anna's gifts were especially notable because a Mantuan resident saw fit to describe them in letter to Charles II, Duke of Mantua and Montferrat, dated 14 April 1655:
Bonno's works are rarely heard today, but he was a prominent figure in Viennese musical life in his day and his works were often performed. He worked with two main librettists: Giovanni Claudio Pasquini and Metastasio. The latter was Bonno's contemporary in Vienna, and the composer wrote the first music for Metastasio's "Il natale di Giove" (also set by Hasse), "Il vero omaggio", "Il re pastore" (later set by Hasse and Mozart), "L'eroe cinese" (also set by Hasse), "L'isola disabitata" (also set by Haydn) and "L'Atenaide ovvero Gli affetti più generosi".
Aside from "Fiori musicali", Frescobaldi's two books of "toccatas" and "partitas" (1615 and 1627) are his most important collections. His "toccatas" could be used in masses and liturgical occasions. These "toccatas" served as preludes to larger pieces, or were pieces of substantial length standing alone. The "Secondo libro", written in 1627, stretches the conception of the genres included in the first book of "toccatas." More variety is introduced with different rhythmic techniques and four organ pieces. Both books open with a set of twelve "toccatas" written in a flamboyant improvisatory style and alternating fast-note runs or "passaggi" with more intimate and meditative parts, called "affetti", plus short bursts of contrapuntal imitation.
Róndani also became a popular writer for several newspapers and had various assignments from government and from the "Camera d'Agricoltura e Commercio" [Agriculture and Commerce Chamber] and the "Giunta Superiore di Statistica" [Advanced Committee of Statistics] for which he was awarded a medal. He maintained his interest in politics to the last, being an influential member of the "Consigli della Provincia e del Comune", unhesitatingly supporting liberal and progressive ideals. "Come uomo fu moderatissimo nei desideri, semplice nel modo di vivere, costante negli affetti, irremovibile nei principii".. moderate, simple, constant, and principled Camillo Róndani died on September 17, 1879. Róndani's collection is in La Specola Museum, Florence, Italy.
On September 7, 2013 she performed at the Last Night of the Proms, singing arias by Massenet ("Je suis gris! je suis ivre!"), Handel ("Ombra mai fu"), and Rossini ("Tanti affetti in tal momento!") as well as "You'll Never Walk Alone" from the musical "Carousel", "Over the Rainbow" from the "Wizard of Oz" as a bow to her home State of Kansas, and "Danny Boy"; she then led the audience into the traditional "Rule, Britannia!". On September 21, 2013 she sang the role of Romeo as the Lyric Opera of Kansas City opened its season with Bellini's "I Capuleti e i Montecchi.
During the late 1970s Jones set up his owin design studio and licensing company, 'Solar Wind Ltd', based in London's Fulham Road then Wimbledon in 1980, London, to facilitate his ongoing illustration work and manage the licensing of his images. Solar Wind was closed down in the late 1990s, when he decided to develop the name for a wider remit, bringing together work in various fields. Solar Wind was transferred to Shropshire in late 1999 with Jones, from where he now operates his current company. Jones' current work includes ongoing genre and wildlife illustration, the production of handmade and self-published books, cards and prints, and occasional private commissions. He is also working on further self-published collections of his work, including "Affetti", "Rural Dreams", "Simulacra", "Tales from the wood", about the Faeries who inhabit his studio's garden, and an illustrated dark fantasy novel series titled "Crux Millennium".
The Bracci-Cambini family represents many centuries of Italian history (IX° Sec.). The archives of the family have provided historians and professors with an example of the heredity rules in the high nobility in the 18th and 19th centuries. Therefore several academic books and articles have been written about the family, including "In famiglia: Storie di interessi e affetti nell’Italia moderna" by Roberto Bizzocchi and "Il Casino dei Nobili: Famiglie illustri, viaggiatori, mondanità a Pisa tra Sette e Ottecent" by Alessandro Panajia with Giovanni Benvenuti. The family coat of arms can still be seen in the Florentine Basilica of Santa Maria Novella near the altar of Saint Antonino. The Bracci Cambini family still live in Tuscany and Lazio.
The two enter the throne room as members of the court join them: (Chorus: "Imponga il Re: noi siamo servi del suo voler " / "Let the King give us his orders"). Elena, puzzled by the courtiers' behaviour towards "Uberto", suddenly she realises that Uberto and King James are one. King James, softened by his affection for Elena, decides to forgive Douglas; but he makes a show of severity by condemning Malcolm. Finally, he relents and brings the young couple together. In her rondo finale, Elena rejoices to have saved both her father and her true love, while everyone else rejoices that peace has been restored: (Rondo: "Tanti affetti in tal momento! mi si fanno al core intorno, che l’immenso mio contento" / "So many emotions at such moment / Come clamouring about my heart / That I cannot explain to you / My immense happiness")
Only a small amount of his music survives, which includes a collection of 25 motets under the title "Affetti musici, ne quali si contengono motetti a 1–4 et 6 voci, per concertarli nel basso per l'organo" (Venice, 1620). The influence of his brother is evident to some extent, as can be seen in a madrigal for three voices and continuo, along with two other pieces, found in his brother's three-part "Scherzi musicali" (1607). Stylistically they resemble the rest of the volume's pieces, each with a three-part "ritornello"; the writing for the voices suggests a "concertato" manner notwithstanding the melodious character. Nevertheless, his most notable contribution is his editing of the volume, as well as including a "Dichiaratione", where Claudio's ideas are discussed in detail. This "Dichiaratione" is found in the preface to Claudio's fifth book of madrigals, written in response to Artusi's attacks on him.
A secret gathering of Christian worshipers assembles, ready to be baptised into the new faith. (Chorus: "Ancor ci asconda un velo arcano" / "May a veil of secrecy still protect us From the ungodly sword which threatens us"). As they go into the cave, Poliuto, the principal magistrate of Melitene, enters and seeing his friend Nearco, the Christian leader, embraces him as he expresses his reservations about being baptised along with the others. He confides to his friend that he has misgivings regarding his wife’s loyalty to him, fearing that he still has a rival for her affections. Nearco, urging him to be calm and to turn his thoughts to God, causes Poliuto to pray: "D'un'alma troppo fervida, tempra, buon Dio, gli affetti" / "Temper the emotions, dear God, of a soul that is too ardent".
The Palazzo Strozzi in Florence commissioned composer Bruce Adolphe to create a work based on Bronzino poems, and the piece, "Of Art and Onions: Homage to Bronzino", features a prominent viola da gamba part. Jay Elfenbein has also written works for the Yukimi Kambe Viol Consort, Les Voix Humaines, and Elliot Z. Levine, among others. Other composers for viols include Moondog, Kevin Volans, Roy Whelden, Toyohiko Satoh, Roman Turovsky, Giorgio Pacchioni, Michael Starke, Emily Doolittle, and Jan Goorissen. Composer Henry Vega has written pieces for the Viol: "Ssolo," developed at the Institute for Sonology and performed by Karin Preslmayr, as well as for Netherlands based ensemble The Roentgen Connection in 2011 with "Slow slower" for recorder, viola da gamba, harpsichord and computer. The Aston Magna Music Festival has recently commissioned works including viol from composers Nico Muhly and Alex Burtzos. The Italian contemporary composer Carlotta Ferrari has written two pieces for viol: "Le ombre segrete" in 2015, and "Profondissimi affetti" in 2016, this latter being based on RPS modal harmony system.
Matilda tells Ottone that Adelberto has abducted Teofane. Gismonda is triumphant at her son's actions, but Matilda tells her she will change her tune when she sees her son's head cut from his shoulders. Gismonda retorts by revealing to Ottone that it was due to Matilda that Adelberto managed to escape. Matilda admits this is true, but she is sorry she helped Adelberto and would now like to kill him herself (Aria: "Nel suo sangue"). Emireno comes in with Adelberto in chains. Ottone orders Adelberto to be executed, but Matilda demands the right to run him through herself. However she cannot bring herself to do it, realising that she still loves him. Gismonda grabs the knife from Matilda and is about to commit suicide, when Teofane rushes in and she and Ottone are joyfully reunited (Duet: "A’ teneri affetti"). Teofane explains that she now knows that Emireno is really her brother; Gismonda and Adelberto ask for and receive Ottone's forgiveness and pledge him their loyalty, and Matilda accepts Adelberto's offer of marriage. All celebrate the fortunate turn of events (Chorus: "Faccia ritorno l’antica pace").