Synonyms for cavalleria or Related words with cavalleria

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Examples of "cavalleria"
The Regio Esercito (Royal Army) Cavalry units maintained the M1870 single shot Moschetto da cavalleria until replaced by the M1891 Moschetto da cavalleria, in 1893.
• Pietro Mascagni - Le Maschere, Silvano, Cavalleria Rusticana
The brigade was quickly activated again on the eve of the Second Italian War of Independence in 1859. This time the II Cuirassier Brigade consisted of the Cuirassier regiments "Savoia Cavalleria" and "Genova Cavalleria". Together with the I Cuirassier Brigade (Cuirassier regiments "Nizza Cavalleria" and "Piemonte Reale Cavalleria") the brigade formed the armys sole cavalry division. After the war the brigade was garrisoned in Milan with its regiments in Turin and Vigevano near Milan. In 1863 the brigade was once more disbanded.
However again on the eve of war, this time the Third Italian War of Independence in 1866 the brigade was once more activated with its Cuirassier regiments "Savoia Cavalleria" and "Genova Cavalleria" and formed with the I Cuirassier Brigade (Cuirassier regiments "Nizza Cavalleria" and "Piemonte Reale Cavalleria") the armys sole cavalry division. After the war the fate of the brigade was in balance once again until the government issued a decree 4 December 1870 to establish permanent cavalry brigades.
For extensive annotated discographies of "Cavalleria rusticana", see:
Cura continued the 2008/2009 season with symphonic concerts in Bologna, and Budapest, "Stiffelio", "Carmen", and "Tosca" in Vienna, "Cavalleria Rusticana" and "Pagliacci" at the Met in New York, and "Turandot", "Cavalleria rusticana" and "Pagliacci" in Zurich.
He studied architecture in Naples, and but soon chose to become a painter. In 1883 at Rome he displayed "Una rivista di Cavalleria"; in 1884 at Turin, he depicted" Una carica di bersaglieri"; in the 1884 Promotrice of Florence, he displayed a canvas entitled "Avanscoperta di cavalleria"; and finally in 1887 at Venice and Bologna, "Un nembo di cavalleria". In Naples, he displayed a "A Squadron of Cavalry at Gallop" (1883), "Una ricognizione di Cavalleria" (1886), "Ambulanza" (1887), and "Alle grandi manovre" (1891). He also painted watercolor and caricatures. After 1900, he emigrated to America, first to New York then to Philadelphia, where he became engineer for the American Bridge Company.
She performed the Lola in Cavalleria Rusticana at the Washington Concert Opera.
The Cap de Cavalleria Ecomuseum is an institution which is located on the northernmost coast of Menorca (Balearic Islands, Spain), in the proximity of Cavalleria Cape and the port of Sanitja (Santa Teresa, Es Mercadal). The Ecomuseum was created in 1997 by the non-profit association “San Nitja. Gestión del Patrimonio Mediterráneo”, with the main objective of protecting, investigating and spreading the cultural and natural resources of Cavalleria and the port of Sanitja.
The Chinese version of the Soviet song "Moscow Nights" features prominently in the film, as does Pietro Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana.
Pietro Mascagni "Cavalleria rusticana" (Santuzza) – oper interpreted in première for Romania at Bucharest National Theatre in 1891;
In 1945 and 1946, he was also seen there as Turiddu in "Cavalleria rusticana" and in "The Gypsy Baron".
The charge of the "Savoia Cavalleria" at Izbushensky was a clash between the Italian cavalry regiment "Savoia Cavalleria" and the Soviet 812th Siberian Infantry Regiment, part of the Soviet 304th Infantry Division, that took place on August 24, 1942, near the hamlet (khutor) of Izbushensky ("Избушенский"), close to the junction between the Don and Khopyor rivers.
On July 1, 1998, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and on September 11, 1999, became the 90th Commander of the “Savoia Cavalleria” Regiment. In such a position, he commanded Task Force “Sauro” (“Savoia Cavalleria” Regiment plus 3rd Tank battalion), within Operation “Joint Guardian” in Kosovo from October 26, 1999 to March 8, 2000.
Fatal Desire (Italian: Cavalleria rusticana) is a 3-D Italian drama film directed by Carmine Gallone. The film is based on the opera "Cavalleria rusticana" and stars May Britt, Anthony Quinn, Ettore Manni and Kerima. In the Italian version Quinn was dubbed by Tito Gobbi.
In 1933, Duncan debuted in Pietro Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana" at the Mecca Temple in New York with the Aeolian Opera, a black opera company.
At the age of 21 D'Andrea had his conductorial debut at the Royal Albert Hall conducting a special vocal arrangement of Intermezzo from Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana".
• «Cavalleria Rusticana» opera by P.Mascagni, Lviv Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre (premiere did not take place because of the death of Music Director), 2005;
In 2001 Andrea Bocelli recorded a song entitled "Mascagni" on his Cieli di Toscana album that had an excerpt from "Cavalleria rusticana" incorporated into the music.
Cavalleria Rusticana is a 1959 Australian TV play, an adaptation of the opera by Pietro Mascagni. It was directed by Alan Burke.