Synonyms for konstanze or Related words with konstanze


Examples of "konstanze"
Konstanze Krüger, German zoologists, Ethologists 1985-1986
Konstanze Eickhorst (born 6 May 1961, in Bremen) is a German pianist.
Bela B. lives with his girlfriend Konstanze Habermann and their son in Hamburg.
• "Afendi Batistas" (German ed., trans. by Konstanze Jablonowski; 1988; ISBN 3-923728-33-6)
Konstanze von Schulthess-Rechberg (born 27 January 1945) is a German author.
Storm was married twice, first to "Konstanze Esmarch", who died in 1864, and then to "Dorothea Jensen".
Konstanze Krüger (née "Konstanze Deubner", born 22 January 1968) is a German zoologist and behaviour researcher. She is Professor of Horse Management at Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Science, and her special field of research is the social system of horses.
On the international scene, she appeared at the Metropolitan Opera from 1979 to 1994 as Lucia, Gilda, Nannetta, Despina and Konstanze, and at Carnegie Hall as Lakmé, in 1979, and later as Teresa in "Benvenuto Cellini", Giulietta in "I Capuleti e i Montecchi", Elvira in "I puritani" and "Adelia". She made her debut at the Paris Opera ("I puritani" - Salle Favart) and the Aix-en-Provence Festival (as Konstanze) in 1987, and at the Royal Opera House in London in 1988 (again as Konstanze).
Hanns von Meyenburg was the son of Swiss sculptor Victor von Meyenburg (1834–1893) and his wife Frau Konstanze von May, which belong to the Schaffhausen nobility.
Erna Berger (19 October 1900 – 14 June 1990), was a German coloratura lyric soprano. She was best known for her Queen of the Night and her Konstanze.
Constance is a female given name that derives from Latin and means "constant." Variations of the name include Connie, Constancia, Constanze, Constanza, Stanzy, and Konstanze.
After a lively overture, Belmonte enters, looking for his betrothed, Konstanze, who with her English servant Blonde has fallen into the hands of pirates and been sold to Pasha Selim (Aria: "Hier soll ich dich denn sehen" – "Here surely I must find her"). Osmin, the Pasha's bad-tempered servant, comes to pluck figs in the garden and completely ignores Belmonte's questions (Aria: "Wer ein Liebchen hat gefunden" – "You may think, you've found a maiden"). Belmonte tries to obtain news of his servant, Pedrillo, who has been captured with the women and is serving as a servant in the Pasha's palace. Osmin replies with insults and abuse (Duet: "Verwünscht seist du samt deinem Liede!" – "The devil take you and your song, sir"). Belmonte leaves in disgust. Pedrillo enters and Osmin rages at him, vowing to get him tortured and killed in many different ways (Aria: "Solche hergelaufne Laffen" – "These young men who go a-spying"). Osmin leaves and Belmonte enters and happily reunites with Pedrillo. Together they resolve to rescue Konstanze and Pedrillo's fiancée, Blonde, who is Konstanze's servant (Aria: "Konstanze, Konstanze, dich wiederzusehen … O wie ängstlich" – "Konstanze, Konstanze, to see thee again … Oh what trembling").
Accompanied by a chorus of Janissaries ("Singt dem großen Bassa Lieder" – "Sing to the mighty Pasha Selim"), Pasha Selim appears with Konstanze, for whose love he strives in vain (Aria of Konstanze: "Ach ich liebte" – "How I loved him"). Pedrillo tricks the Pasha into hiring Belmonte as an architect. When Belmonte and Pedrillo try to enter the palace, Osmin bars their way, but they hurry past him anyway (Terzett: "Marsch! Marsch! Marsch! Trollt euch fort!" – "March! March! March! Clear off!").
Her first recording was the Queen of the Night in 1949. Various recordings are available of her in this role (conducted by Karajan, Böhm, Krips, Furtwängler, Keilberth, Schüchter), as also her Pamina (Karajan, Schüchter), her Konstanze (Krips, von Matacic), Elvira and Ilia. Her Konstanze, Adele and Rosalinde, Laura ("Die Bettelstudent"), Pepi ("Wiener Blut"), Franzi ("Ein Walzertraum"), Briefchristl ("Vogelhändler") and her performances in song, the Mozart "Requiem", and the Brahms "A German Requiem". Her last recording was as Leitmetzerin ("Der Rosenkavalier") in 1983.
Wilma Lipp (born 26 April 1925 in Vienna) is an Austrian operatic soprano, particularly associated with Mozart roles, especially Konstanze in "Die Entführung aus dem Serail" and the Queen of the Night in "The Magic Flute".
Eleonore Marguerre (born in Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany) is a German opera singer (coloratura soprano) with Belgic-French ancestors. Her roles have included "La Traviata", Konstanze in "Die Entführung aus dem Serail", and the title role in Aribert Reimanns "Melusine".
The biography "Nina Schenk Gräfin von Stauffenberg - Ein Porträt" by Konstanze von Schulthess-Rechberg, Stauffenberg's youngest daughter, was published in 2008 (Munich: Pendo Verlag, ISBN 3-85842-652-0ISBN 978-3-85842-652-9).
Mei was born in Fabriano. She graduated from the in Florence. In 1990, at the Mozart Competition in Vienna, she won the Catarina Cavalieri Prize for her interpretation of Konstanze in Mozart's "Die Entführung aus dem Serail".
Bosl died aged 28 of leukemia. In Munich he had often been the partner on stage of Konstanze Vernon. In honour of his memory, she founded the Heinz-Bosl-Stiftung (Heinz Bosl Foundation) in 1978 to help young ballet students.
In 1942, she was invited to sing with the Vienna State Opera, where her roles included Konstanze in Mozart's "Die Entführung aus dem Serail", Musetta and later Mimì in Puccini's "La bohème" and Violetta in Verdi's" La traviata".