Synonyms for componimento or Related words with componimento

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Examples of "componimento"
Azione teatrale (English "theatrical action", plural "azioni teatrali") is a genre of opera, popular in Italy and southern Europe in the late 17th and 18th centuries. It is also sometimes conflated with differing works such as "azione scenica", "componimento dramatico" or "componimento da camera".
La danza ("The Dance") is an opera by the composer Christoph Willibald Gluck. The title page describes it as a "componimento drammatico pastorale" ("dramatic pastoral composition") in one act. It was first performed at Laxenburg near Vienna on 5 May 1755.
Grimani's known works include an opera, specifically a "componimento dramatico" or "opus dramaticum", which may or may not have been staged, "Pallade e Marte", dedicated in Bologna on April 5, 1713 and first performed at the imperial theater on the nameday of Emperor Charles VI on November 4, 1713 at the imperial theater. It was scored for two voices, oboe and string orchestra.
Le cinesi ("The Chinese Women") is an opera in one act, with music composed by Christoph Willibald Gluck. The Italian-language libretto was by Pietro Metastasio, and he described it as a "componimento drammatico." This libretto had first been set by Antonio Caldara in 1735. For Gluck's rework, the piece is often considered as an "azione teatrale", even though Metastasio and the composer both retained the original designation. The work was first performed for the Austrian royal family at the Schloss Hof on 24 September 1754, on the occasion of the visit of the Empress Maria Theresa to the household of Saxe-Hildburghausen.