Synonyms for cenerentola or Related words with cenerentola

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Examples of "cenerentola"
1959: "La Cenerentola"; *1960: "Falstaff", "La Cenerentola", "Falstaff" (Edinburgh); *1961: "The Barber of Seville"; *1962: "The marriage of Figaro", "Ariadne auf Naxos"; *1963: "The Marriage of Figaro" and "The Rake's Progress"; *1964: "Idomeneo"
At Magnifico's house, Cenerentola, once again dressed in rags, is tending the fire and singing her ballad. Magnifico and his daughters return from the ball in a vile mood, and order Cenerentola to prepare their supper. A thunderstorm rages. Dandini suddenly appears at the door to say that Prince Ramiro's carriage has overturned outside and brings him into the house. Cenerentola fetches a chair for the prince and realizes he is Ramiro. He recognizes her bracelet and the couple are reunited. Don Magnifico, Clorinda and Tisbe are furious. Angered by their cruelty to Cenerentola, Ramiro threatens to punish them, but Cenerentola asks him to be merciful. As Cenerentola leaves with her prince, Alidoro thanks heaven for the happy outcome.
The 2004-05 season included Massenet's "Thaïs", Rossini's "La Cenerentola", and Puccini's "Madama Butterfly".
Cinderella '80 (Italian: "Cenerentola '80") is a 1984 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Roberto Malenotti.
• Gioacchino Rossini - Il barbiere di Siviglia, La Cenerentola, Guglielmo Tell, L'italiana in Algeri
Lee also starred as Cinderella in the Italian TV special "Il Cenerentola" in 1969.
"Mosè in Egitto", "Ricciardo e Zoraide", "La cenerentola", "La donna del lago", and he participated in the
London's first complete "Cinderella" ballet was seen in 1822, the year Paris first heard Rossini's opera "La Cenerentola".
That same year, Novotny performed the title role in Rossini's "La Cenerentola" with the Fort Worth Touring Opera.
About her live recording with Rossini's "La Cenerentola", in the title role, at Glyndebourne festival 2005, Barry Brenesal notes:
Angelina ("Cenerentola") is forced to work as the maid in the run-down house of her stepfather Don Magnifico. While his two mean, idle daughters, Clorinda and Tisbe, try on their gowns and jewelry, Cenerentola sings a ballad ("Una volta c'era un rè") about a king who found his wife among common folk. A beggar comes calling. Clorinda and Tisbe want to send him away, but Cenerentola offers him bread and coffee. Courtiers arrive to announce that Prince Ramiro is looking for the most beautiful girl in the land to be his bride, and is on his way to pay them a visit. Prince Ramiro arrives, disguised as his own valet in order to observe the women without them knowing. He is immediately struck with admiration for Cenerentola and she for him. Cenerentola has to leave when her stepsisters call her. Don Magnifico enters and Ramiro tells him the Prince will arrive shortly. The "prince" is actually Dandini, Ramiro's valet in disguise. The stepsisters arrive and fawn gleefully over Dandini, who invites them to a ball at the Royal palace. Don Magnifico tells Cenerentola that she cannot accompany them to the ball, despite her pleading. Before leaving, Ramiro notices how badly Cenerentola is treated. His tutor, Alidoro, who had been at the house earlier disguised as the beggar, arrives still wearing his rags and asks for Don Magnifico's third daughter. Magnifico denies she is still alive, but when Alidoro is left alone with Cenerentola, he tells her that she will accompany him to the ball. He throws off his beggar's clothes and identifies himself as a member of Prince Ramiro's court, telling her that heaven will reward her pure heart.
The genre was developed further in the 19th century by Gioacchino Rossini in his masterpieces such as "The Barber of Seville" (1816) and "La Cenerentola" (1817).
His repertory included both Paisiello's and Rossini's "Il barbiere di Siviglia", "Le nozze di Figaro", "L'italiana in Algeri", "La cenerentola", "Mosè in Egitto", "Semiramide", opposite Joan Sutherland, etc.
Op. 31, Variations brillantes pour la guitare, sur un thême [Non più mesta] de la Cenerentola [by G. A. Rossini] ...
At the Palm Beach Opera (USA) she interpreted main roles in LA: Cenerentola and L`Italiana in Algeri, also Eboli in Don Carlo with maestro Anton Guadagno.
She has played the roles of Marcellina and Cherubino ( Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro" ), Dorabella (Mozart's "Così fan tutte"),Sesto (Mozart's "Clemenza di Tito"),Zerlina (Mozart's "Don Giovanni"), Rosina ( Rossini's "Barbiere di Siviglia"), Cenerentola (Rossini's "Cenerentola"),Suor Dolcina, Prima Conversa, Maestra delle Novizie, Zelatrice and Badessa( Puccini's "Suor Angelica"),Suzuki (Puccini's "Madama Butterfly"), Noah's wife ( Britten's "Noah's Ark" ),Flora (Verdi's "Traviata"),Lola and Mamma Lucia (Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana"),First Witch (Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas"),Fortunata (Maderna's "Satyricon").
In a stage production called "La Gatta Cenerentola" (The Cat Cinderella), by Roberto De Simone, "femmenielli" play the roles of several important characters. Among the major scenes in this respect are the "rosario dei femmenielli" and "il suicidio del femminiella".
Cenerentola is a 2011 two-part Italian television drama directed by Christian Duguay and produced by "Lux Vide". According to the plot, its title is the Italian name for Cinderella.
Thaddeus Strassberger (born 1976) is an American opera director and scenic designer. In 2005 he was awarded the European Opera Directing Prize by Opera Europa for his work on Opera Ireland's production of Rossini's "La Cenerentola".
Her recordings include "L'italiana in Algeri" (1978), "La cenerentola" (1980), "Nabucco" (1982), "Falstaff" (with Renato Bruson, conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini, 1982), and "Don Carlos" (opposite Plácido Domingo, Katia Ricciarelli and Ruggero Raimondi, led by Claudio Abbado, 1983–84).