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Examples of "giselher"
The tale was the basis for Giselher Klebe's 1969 opera "Das Märchen von der schönen Lilie".
Giselher, Gisilher, Gisiler, or Giseler () is a Germanic masculine given name. It may refer to:
In the "Nibelungenlied", he is named Gernot (sometimes Gernoz) and he is the brother of Gunther, Giselher and Kriemhild.
In 1975 Giselher Klebe's operatic adaption "Ein wahrer Held" ("A True Hero") premiered at the Zurich Opera House.
Brandmüller studied composition with Giselher Klebe, Mauricio Kagel, Cristobal Halffter and Olivier Messiaen, and the organ with Gaston Litaize.
Giselher is a king of Burgundy in the Nibelungenlied, brother to kings Gunther and Gernot. Historically, these correspond to three sons of king Gebicca, Gundomar, Gislaharius (Giselher) and Gundaharius (Gunther), who ruled the Burgundians in the 410s. His name means "pledged warrior".
Das Rendezvous, op.78, is an opera in one act by Giselher Klebe. His wife, Lore Klebe, wrote the libretto based on a work by Michail Zoščenko.
Die Räuber, op.25, ("The Robbers") is an opera in four acts by Giselher Klebe who also wrote the libretto based on the play by Friedrich Schiller.
Die Fastnachtsbeichte , op.90, ("Carnival Confession") is an opera in two acts by Giselher Klebe. His wife, Lore Klebe, wrote the libretto based on the novella of the same name by Carl Zuckmayer.
Die tödlichen Wünsche, op.27, ("The Deadly Wishes") is an opera by Giselher Klebe who also wrote the libretto based on "La peau de chagrin" by Honoré de Balzac. It consists of fifteen lyrical scenes in three acts.
Dedo apparently had a good relationship with Archibishop Giselher of Magdeburg, who helped him gain comital rights in the northern Hassegau. Moreover, Dedo successfully claimed the Castle of Zörbig for himself and his brother Friedrich.
Gervaise Macquart, op. 119, is an opera in two acts by Giselher Klebe. His wife, Lore Klebe, wrote the libretto based on the novel "L'Assommoir" (in German: ) by Émile Zola.
Chlestakows Wiederkehr, op.149, ("Khlestakov's Return") is an opera in three acts by Giselher Klebe. He also wrote the libretto, based on the play "Der Revisor" ("The Government Inspector") by Nikolai Gogol. The work lasts about 70 minutes.
Figaro lässt sich scheiden, op.40, ("Figaro Gets Divorced") is an opera in two acts by Giselher Klebe based on the comedy of the same name by Ödön von Horváth. Klebe also wrote the libretto for this work.
Das Mädchen aus Domrémy, Op. 72, ("The Girl from Domrémy") is an opera in two acts by Giselher Klebe who with his wife, Lore Klebe, also wrote the libretto based on the play "Die Jungfrau von Orléans" by Friedrich Schiller.
Giselher Wolfgang Klebe (28 June 19255 October 2009) was a German composer. He composed more than 140 works, among them 14 operas, 8 symphonies, 15 solo concerts, chamber music, piano works, and sacred music.
Der Jüngste Tag, op.82, ("Judgment Day") is an opera in three acts composed by Giselher Klebe. His wife, Lore Klebe, wrote the libretto based on the play of the same name by Ödön von Horváth.
Gundomar I (also Gundimar, Godomar, or Godemar) was eldest son and successor of Gebicca, King of the Burgundians. He succeeded his father in 406 or 407 and reigned until 411. He was succeeded by his brother Giselher.
Jacobowsky und der Oberst, Op. 49, ("Jacobovsky and the Colonel") is an opera in four acts by Giselher Klebe who also wrote the libretto based on the 1944 play of the by Franz Werfel.
, Op. 32, ("The Murder of Caesar") is an opera in one act by Giselher Klebe who also wrote the libretto based on the translation by August Wilhelm von Schlegel of Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar".