Synonyms for kiepura or Related words with kiepura

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Examples of "kiepura"
Eggerth was married to the Polish tenor Jan Kiepura
The operetta was again adapted for a 1952 film "The Land of Smiles" starring Jan Kiepura.
Jan Wiktor Kiepura (May 16, 1902 – August 15, 1966) was an acclaimed Polish singer (tenor) and actor.
My Song for You is a 1934 film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Jan Kiepura. Kiepura sang the title song "My Song for You" written by Mischa Spoliansky and Frank Eyton. The song was released on an EP "Tell Me Tonight" (also a song by Spoliansky and Eyton) in 1957.
On October 31, 1936, Kiepura married the Hungarian-born lyric soprano Marta Eggerth (1912–2013). The two often sang together in operettas, in concerts, on records, and in films until his death. In 1937 Kiepura and Eggerth were forced to flee Europe due to the rise of German Nazism and the onset of World War II. They emigrated to the United States.
City of Song is a 1931 British/German romance film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Jan Kiepura, Betty Stockfeld and Hugh Wakefield.
The Singing City (German:Die singende Stadt) is a 1930 German musical film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Jan Kiepura, Brigitte Helm and Walter Janssen.
She partnered leading French tenors in many of these works, as well as Jan Kiepura and Giacomo Lauri-Volpi in "La Boheme".
Brilliant Waltz (French:) is a 1949 French musical crime film directed by Jean Boyer and starring Mártha Eggerth, Jan Kiepura and Lucien Baroux.
An English-language version of the film, "City of Song", also directed by Gallone and starring Kiepura along with a British cast, was released in 1931.
The Song of Night (German: Das Lied einer Nacht) is a 1932 German musical comedy film directed by Anatole Litvak and starring Jan Kiepura, Magda Schneider and Fritz Schulz.
In 2009 Rutkowski won the Jan Kiepura Vocal Competition, the Prize CulturArte - Bertita & Guillermo Martinez at the 2009 Operalia competition, and the Viennese Public Prize for "Best Singer" at the Klassikmania Competition in Vienna.
A Song for You (German: Ein Lied für Dich) is a 1933 German musical comedy film directed by Joe May and starring Jan Kiepura, Jenny Jugo and Paul Kemp.
Jan Kiepura was born in Sosnowiec, Poland, the son of Miriam (née Neuman), a former professional singer, and Franciszek Kiepura, a baker and grocery owner. His mother was Jewish. He had a brother, Władysław. During 1916-1920, he attended the Junior School in Sosnowiec where he graduated from high school. In 1921 he studied law at the University of Warsaw. He learned singing from Wacław Brzeziński and Tadeusz Leliwa. In 1923 he performed his first concert in the Sphinx cinema in Sosnowiec. In 1924, Jan Kiepura was admitted by Emil Młynarski to the local choir. He played the role of Góral in Moniuszko's opera "Halka". He also took part in a production of Gounod's "Faust" Faust in the Polish city of Lwow (now in the Ukraine).
In 2001 she was awarded with the Order of Friendship and three years later performed at the Belgrade National Opera where she sang the heroine of "La traviata". In 2005 she appeared as "Gilda" in a "Rigoletto" opera at Sofia's National Opera and Ballet and the same year participated at the Jan Kiepura Festival which was named after famous Polish tenor Jan Kiepura. From 2006 to 2007 she was had appearances at both the Cadogan Carnegie Halls as well as Latvian Dzintari Concert Hall and was a probationist at the Deutsche Grammophon.
In 1926, Jan Kiepura left Poland for an international career in Germany, Hungary, France, and England. When he returned to Poland, with the money he had earned from his performances, he built the well-known hotel "Patria" in the Polish border town of Krynica-Zdrój, which cost him about US$3 million. Some Polish movies were made there. Kiepura played in twelve Polish musicals, including "O czym się nie myśli" (1926), "Die Singende Stadt" ("Neapol, śpiewające miasto") (1930), "Tout Pour L'amour" ("Zdobyć cię muszę") (1933), and "Mon coeur t'appelle" (1934).
My Heart Calls You (German:Mein Herz ruft nach dir) is a 1934 German musical film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Jan Kiepura, Mártha Eggerth and Paul Kemp. Separate English-language ("My Heart is Calling") and French-language versions ("Mon cœur t'appelle") were made, both also directed by Gallone.
Tell Me Tonight is a 1932 British musical comedy film directed by Anatole Litvak and starring Jan Kiepura, Sonnie Hale and Magda Schneider. It was shot in Berlin at the Babelsberg Studios as part of a co-production between Gainsborough Pictures and the German firm Cine-Allianz. A separate German-language version "The Song of Night" was also released.
Korngold returned to Austria to finish "Die Kathrin". He came back to Hollywood to score the film "Give Us This Night", with lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II, a film which introduced mezzo-soprano Gladys Swarthout and the Polish-born tenor Jan Kiepura, who had starred in several Korngold operas in Europe.
All for Love (French: Tout pour l'amour) is a 1933 German musical film directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot and Joe May and starring Jan Kiepura, Claudie Clèves and Charles Dechamps. It was a French-language version of the film "A Song for You". The English-language version is "My Song for You" (1934).