Synonyms for leoncavallo or Related words with leoncavallo

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Examples of "leoncavallo"
"I Pagliacci" Leoncavallo (Congress Palace, Lithuania)
Ruggero Leoncavallo wrote a symphonic poem based on the story.
The Museo Leoncavallo (Leoncavallo Museum) was established in 2002 in Brissago to commemorate the composer with personal items and original manuscripts on display including statues representing characters from his other operas including "Zazà" and "Der Roland von Berlin".
After a series of operettas, Leoncavallo appeared to have tried for one last serious effort with "". It had always been assumed that Leoncavallo had finished the work but had died before he could finish the orchestration, which was completed by . However, with the publication of Konrad Dryden's biography of Leoncavallo it was revealed that Leoncavallo may not have written the work at all (although it certainly contains themes by Leoncavallo). A review of Dryden's study notes: "That fine "Edipo re" ... was not even composed by [Leoncavallo]. His widow paid another composer to concoct a new opera using the music of "Der Roland von Berlin". Dryden didn't find one reference to the opera in Leoncavallo’s correspondence nor is there a single note by him to be found in the handwritten score."
#-A retelling of the story of the opera I Pagliacci by Leoncavallo.
Settembrini's physical characteristics are reminiscent of the Italian composer Ruggiero Leoncavallo.
~'Pagliacci' di R. Leoncavallo -Prologo e Vesti la Giubba (Leo Nucci & Andrea Bocelli
Ruggero Leoncavallo "I Pagliacci" (Nedda) – opera interpreted in première for Romania at Bucharest National Theatre in 1903;
Leoncavallo sought to create an "epic poem" for the stage. However, one contemporary review of the premiere stated:
Pagliacci (; literal translation, "Clowns") is an Italian opera in a prologue and two acts, with music and libretto by Ruggero Leoncavallo. It is the only Leoncavallo opera that is still widely performed. Opera companies have frequently staged "Pagliacci" with "Cavalleria rusticana" by Mascagni, a double bill known colloquially as 'Cav and Pag'.
Leoncavallo also composed songs, most famously "Mattinata", which he wrote for the Gramophone Company (which became HMV) with Caruso's unique voice in mind. On 8 April 1904, Leoncavallo accompanied Caruso at the piano as they recorded the song. On 8 December 1905 he recorded five of his own pieces for the reproducing piano Welte-Mignon.
Leoncavallo originally titled his story "Il pagliaccio" ("The Clown"). The baritone Victor Maurel, who was cast as the first Tonio, requested that Leoncavallo change the title from the singular "Il pagliaccio" to the plural "Pagliacci", to broaden dramatic interest from Canio alone to include Tonio (his own role).
Leoncavallo wrote his opera "La bohème" contemporaneously with Giacomo Puccini's own treatment of the same story. Leoncavallo later revised the work, titling it "Mimì Pinson", but despite initial respect, it did not survive. Puccini's version has become a standard in the operatic repertoire, whereas Leoncavallo's opera is rarely performed. Leoncavallo's version did not receive its UK premiere until May 1970.
Around 1890, when Pietro Mascagni's "Cavalleria rusticana" premiered, Leoncavallo was a little-known composer. After seeing Mascagni's success, he decided to write an opera in response: one act composed in the verismo style. Leoncavallo claimed that he based the story of "Pagliacci" on an incident from his childhood: a murder in 1865, the victim of which was a Leoncavallo family servant, Gaetano Scavello. The murderer was Gaetano D'Alessandro, with his brother Luigi an accomplice to the crime. The incident resulted from a series of perceived romantic entanglements involving Scavello, Luigi D'Alessandro, and a village girl with whom both men were infatuated. Leoncavallo's father, a judge, was the presiding magistrate over the criminal investigation.
Beethoven, Borodin, Brahms, Donaudi, Enesco, Fauré, Gluck, Grieg, Haendel, Haydn, Leoncavallo, Massenet, Mendelssohn-B, Mahler, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Respighi, Saint-Saëns, Schubert, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Thomas, Wolf
Johnson, J. singing 'Pagliacci' by Ruggiero Leoncavallo, conducted by Alfred Wolfsohn. Phonograph recordings, 1957–1960. Repository: Alfred Wolfsohn Voice Research Centre Archives. Curated by Leslie Shepard, Dublin, Ireland.
I Pagliacci is a 1915 Italian silent drama film directed by Francesco Bertolini. It is based on the 1892 opera "Pagliacci" by Ruggero Leoncavallo.
In 2015 he participated in The "Ceibe" Festival, in Villahermosa, Tabasco, and did a great starring role, in the Opera The Pagliacci, of Ruggero Leoncavallo.
having employed a group of young singers: "Rigoletto" by Giuseppe Verdi, "Pagliacci" by Ruggero Leoncavallo, "Mozart and Salieri" by Rimsky-Korsakov.
He completed and edited some last works of the late Ruggero Leoncavallo, including the one-act opera "Edipo Re" (1920) and the operetta "Le maschere nude" (1925).