Synonyms for amneris or Related words with amneris

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Examples of "amneris"
871 Amneris is a minor planet orbiting the Sun. It is the namesake of the Amneris family, a subgroup of the Flora family of Main Belt asteroids.
She asks Radamès to deny the accusations, but Radamès refuses. Certain that, as punishment, he will be condemned to death, Amneris implores him to defend himself, but Radamès firmly refuses. He is relieved to know Aida is still alive and hopes she has reached her own country (Amneris, Radamès: "Già i Sacerdoti adunansi" / "Already the priests are assembling"). His decision hurts Amneris.
Radamès' trial takes place offstage; he does not reply to Ramfis' accusations and is condemned to death, while Amneris, who remains onstage, pleads with the priests to show him mercy. As he is sentenced to be buried alive, Amneris curses the priests while Radamès is taken away (Judgment scene, Amneris, Ramfis, and chorus: "Ahimè! .. morir mi sento" / "Alas ... I feel death").
This confession fires Amneris with rage, and she plans on taking revenge on Aida. Ignoring Aida's pleadings (Amneris, Aida, chorus: "Su! del Nilo al sacro lido" / "Up! at the sacred shores of the Nile"), Amneris leaves her alone in the chamber.
Amneris, the daughter of the Egyptian King, enters the hall. She too loves Radamès, but fears that his heart belongs to someone else (Radamès, Amneris: "Quale insolita gioia nel tuo sguardo" / "In your looks I trace a joy unwonted").
Amneris was again her debut role on June 25, 1929 for the Cologne Opera.
This asteroid was named after Amneris, a character in Giuseppe Verdi's "Aida".
Dances and music to celebrate Radamès' victory take place (Chorus, Amneris: "Chi mai fra gli inni e i plausi" / "Our songs his glory praising"'). However, Amneris is still in doubt about Radamès' love and wonders whether Aida is in love with him. She tries to forget her doubt, entertaining her worried heart with the dance of Moorish slaves (Chorus, Amneris: "Vieni: sul crin ti piovano" / "Come bind your flowing tresses").
The musical also had a non-equity US national tour during 2006–2007 featuring Marja Harmon (Aida), Casey Elliott (Radames), and Leah Allers (Amneris). This production had a revised script by David Henry Hwang authorized by Disney. The new script was considered to be more serious and darker, with much of the shticky and comedic elements removed from Amneris' character especially. 'Strongest Suit' was staged as a scene in which Aida helped Amneris choose her outfit for the evening instead of a random fashion show. The scene prior to 'Strongest Suit Reprise' was revised with Aida teaching Amneris how to thread, adding more a sense of bond between the women and also humbling Amneris in wanting to learn something new and not just 'be a princess.' Introduced to the plot was the revelation that Radames' mother was a prostitute and that Zoser treated her as such and fought and schemed for Radames to achieve his position of Captain of Pharaoh's armies.
In the 1950s, as her voice darkened, she tackled successfully mezzo-soprano roles, notably Carmen, Charlotte, Amneris and Ulrica.
and Amneris in the Opéra's first performance of Verdi's "Aida" (22 March 1880), before retiring from the company.
In 2001, Gonzalez made her debut on Broadway in the role of Princess Amneris in the Tim Rice/Elton John musical "Aida" as the standby for Idina Menzel. In 2002, she played the role of Sarah in the short-lived Broadway musical "Dance of the Vampires". She returned to "Aida" in 2003, as Amneris, opposite Deborah Cox and Will Chase.
Prayers are said (Chorus, Ramfis, Amneris: "O tu che sei d'Osiride" / "O thou who to Osiris art ...") on the eve of Amneris and Radamès' wedding in the Temple of Isis. Outside, Aida waits to meet with Radamès as they had planned (Aida: "Qui Radamès verra .. O patria mia" / "Oh, my dear country!").
Aida appears and, when Radamès sees her, Amneris notices that he looks disturbed. She suspects that Aida could be her rival, but is able to hide her jealousy and approach Aida (Amneris, Aida, Radamès: "Vieni, o diletta, appressati" / "Come, O delight, come closer").
When Aida enters the chamber, Amneris asks everyone to leave. By falsely telling Aida that Radamès has died in the battle, she tricks her into professing her love for him. In grief, and shocked by the news, Aida confesses that her heart belongs to Radamès eternally (Amneris, Aida: "Fu la sorte dell'armi a' tuoi funesta" / "The battle's outcome was cruel for your people ...").
Amneris in opera Aida she sang in Austria in the festival Gars am Kamp, Opera Zagreb, and samer festival `Split-Peristil` in Croatia.
She was also admired in Strauss's "Die schweigsame Frau" and "Elektra" (as Clytemnestra), as well as in Verdi roles such as Eboli, Amneris, and Bizet's "Carmen".
Leucochitonea amneris is a butterfly in the Hesperiidae family. It is found in Tanzania, from Mount Kilimanjaro to Njombe and Tabora.
Homer made her American opera debut at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City in 1900 singing Amneris in Verdi's "Aida".
It included Argentina's Daniel Guerrero, Puerto Rican singer and dancer Iris Chacón, a young Adamari López, Amneris Morales, Miguel Ángel Suárez and Ángela Meyer.