Synonyms for elisir or Related words with elisir

cavalleria              pagliacci              mefistofele              rigoletto              incoronazione              capuleti              otello              montecchi              puritani              cenerentola              poppea              semiramide              algeri              nedda              vespri              idomeneo              trovatore              nozze              zerlina              leoncavallo              ariodante              sonnambula              barbiere              nemorino              mascagni              lirico              turiddu              traviata              tosca              rodelinda              santuzza              manrico              gioconda              escamillo              ballo              siviglia              schicchi              maschera              zerbinetta              pollione              stiffelio              cherubino              cavaradossi              puccini              abigaille              lirica              amneris              fidelio              lescaut              rinuccio             

Examples of "elisir"
Gaetano Donizetti: L´Elisir d’Amore, Don Sebastiano, La Favorita, Anna Bolena, Lucrezia Borgia & Lucia di Lammermoor
Elisir is the ninth studio album by Italian singer-songwriter Alice, released in late 1987 on EMI Music.
An alternate version of the track "Notte a Roma" was also included on the 1987 album "Elisir".
An alternate version of the track "La Mano" appears on the 1987 album "Elisir". Re-recorded versions of both "A cosa pensano" and "Chan-son Egocentrique" were included in the 2000 career retrospective "Personal Jukebox".
An alternate version of "Una notte speciale" appears on the 1987 album "Elisir". A re-recorded version of "Per Elisa" was included in the 2000 career retrospective "Personal Jukebox".
In 2013 "Elixir of Love" ("Elisir d’amore"), a book in poetry and poetical prose co-authored with his wife, was published, so he undertook a tour of presentations in Italy. In 2014 this tour continued in Peru.
"Elisir" was released with a revised track list under the title "Kusamakura" in Japan in 1988, then also including tracks from 1986's "Park Hotel" as well as the previously unreleased recording "Le scogliere di Dover".
Alternate versions of both "Rumba Rock" (then retitled "Hispavox") and "Il vento caldo dell'estate" were included on the 1987 album "Elisir". "Il vento caldo dell'estate" was again re-recorded in 2000 and included in the career retrospective "Personal Jukebox".
Olga Šober is also involved in concert activities as a solo singer collaborating with numerous ensembles (Collegium pro Musica Sacra, Collegium Musicum Fluminense, Oratory Choir of the City of Rijeka, “Ivan Goran Kovačić” Choir…). She recorded several sound carriers as well as videotapes of the operas “Elisir d’Amore”, “Nikola Šubić Zrinjski” and “Rigoletto”.
She has performed in some of the most important auditoriums and theatres in Spain, and at the end of 2007, she sang belcanto repertoire in the Opera Hall at Valladolid Auditorium, with the conductor Alejandro Posada and Canarian tenor Celso Albelo with duets and arias from "Lakmé", "Rigoletto", "Elisir d'amore" and "Semiramide", alongside the Symphony Orchestra of Castilla y León.
Alice has also recorded solo versions of the song, included on albums "Elisir" (1987) and "Personal Jukebox" (1999), the latter featuring strings by the London Session Orchestra, arranged and conducted by Gavyn Wright. The original 1984 duet version of the song features on the 2005 career retrospective "Studio Collection", in effect making its debut on an Alice album twenty-one years after its recording.
He sang Don Giovanni to open the newly established Lyric Theatre of Chicago in February 1954 (renamed two years later as Lyric Opera of Chicago), and returned that fall for "Norma" with Callas in her American Debut, and Basilio in "The Barber of Seville". The following season he appeared in "Puritani" with Callas, "Boheme" with Tebaldi, "Faust" with Bjoerling, "Elisir" with Carteri, and "L'amore dei tre re" with Kirsten.
The compilation, which comprises tracks from studio albums "Park Hotel" (1986) and "Elisir" (1987), also includes the rare previously unreleased recording "Le scogliere di Dover" ("The Reeves of Dover"), with which Alice participated in the World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo in 1988, only available on this album. The track would later be re-written, re-arranged and re-recorded for the 1989 album "Il sole nella pioggia", then titled "I cieli del nord" ("The Skies of the North").
In 1997, he released the single "Gin Lemon", followed by "Your Love (Elisir)" (1998), "Cuba Libre" (1999), and "Bla Bla Bla" (1999). He later released the album "Eurodance Compilation", which contained five unpublished tracks. With this compilation, he earned a platinum disc and was awarded with the "Best Producer in 1999" award at the Italian Dance Awards. In October, D'Agostino released another hit single, entitled "Another Way".
The album was recorded after the 1986/1987 European "Park Hotel" concert tour and includes new interpretations of six songs from the singer's earlier repertoire as performed on the tour, as well as the previously unreleased "Nuvole" ("Clouds") and a cover version of John Lennon and Paul McCartney's "The Fool on the Hill", released as the album's lead single. The "Elisir" was a commercial success in both Continental Europe and Scandinavia and was later awarded the prize Goldene Europa for sales on the West German market.
After the commercial success of the pop albums "Park Hotel" (1986) and "Elisir" (1987) the singer changed musical direction and set out on a tour in Italy and Switzerland performing works by fin de siècle composers Erik Satie, Gabriel Fauré and Maurice Ravel in classical auditoriums and concert halls, accompanied by pianist Michele Fedrigotti. The programme which saw Alice mainly performing lyrics in French but also Hebrew ("Kaddish") and Latin ("Pie Jesu") was entitled "Mélodie Passagére" which translates as "Fleeting Melody" or "Passing Melody" and was later recorded in the studio and released by EMI that same year.
Veselka has performed in many major venues and festivals, both as soloist and with orchestras. He has performed with the Berliner Philharmonie, Musikverein Wien, and Bridewater Hall, and at the Berliner Festwochen, at the Ruhr Festival, Festival de Musique Divonne, Schubertiade Feldkirch, Moravian Spring and Piano 2000 Festival. As a conductor, Veselka has performed in opera houses and concerts in cities such as Berlin, Brno, Flensburg, Karlsruhe, Manchester, Osnabrück, Ulm and Stuttgart. He has conducted a number of operas, including Don Giovanni, Werther, Manon, Aida, L`elisir d’Amore, Tosca and Lohengrin.
She made her La Scala debut in 1985, in the role of Proserpina in the first modern revival of Luigi Rossi's "Orfeo". In the following season, she returned in "Die Frau ohne Schatten" and "La Sonnambula". She also appeared in Hamburg, Geneva, and at the Wexford Festival, and sang both Marguerite and Elena in Boito's "Mefistofele" at the Vienna State Opera. Other roles have included; Bellini's "Anna Bolena", Verdi's Violetta in "La Traviata", Gilda in "Rigoletto", and "Luisa Miller", Donizetti's Adina in "Elisir d'Amor", Mozart's Donna Elvira and Illia, and Massenet's title role in "Manon".
Through their association with spoken theatre and playwrights "commedia" figures have provided opera with many of its stock characters. Mozart's "Don Giovanni" sets a puppet show story and comic servants like Leporello and Figaro have "commedia" precedents. Soubrette characters like Susanna in "Le nozze di Figaro", Zerlina in "Don Giovanni" and Despina in "Così fan tutte" recall Columbina and related characters. The comic operas of Gaetano Donizetti, such as "Elisir d'amore", draw readily upon "commedia" stock types. Leoncavallo's tragic melodrama "Pagliacci" depicts a "commedia dell'arte" company in which the performers find their life situations reflecting events they depict on stage. "Commedia" characters also figure in Richard Strauss's opera "Ariadne auf Naxos".
The soprano’s repertoire includes La Bohème (Mimi and Musetta), Tosca, La Traviata, Otello, Simon Boccanegra, Falstaff (Alice Ford), Aida (Sacerdotessa), Pagliacci, Cavalleria Rusticana (Santuzza), Le Nozze di Figaro (Contessa) Don Giovanni (Zerlina e Donna Elvira) Zaide, Idomeneo, Cosi Fan Tutte (Despina), Nerone (Atte’), Tales of Hoffmann (Giulietta), Carmen (Micaela), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena), The Merry Widow (Hanna Glawari and Valencienne), Faust (Siebel), La Belle Helene, La Perichole, Amelia al Ballo, Street Scene (Rose Maurrant) Die Fledermaus (Rosalinde) Elisir d’amore (Adina) Adriana Lecouvreur, The Mikado and was chosen to sing the leading role in the world premiere opera by Italian composer Marco Tutino, Dylan Dog.