Synonyms for marionettes or Related words with marionettes
Examples of "marionettes"
Zykov constantly developed the technology and has created many new construction and technological innovations for experimental
-transformers, radio-controlled puppets, experimental giant puppet consrtructions.
" has three different English translations:
In the 18th century, operas were specifically composed for
. Mozart as a child had seen
. Gluck, Haydn, de Falla and Respighi all composed adult operas for
. Lewis Carroll composed marionette operas and plays for his siblings' entertainment. Today in Salzburg in Austria, the Salzburg Marionette Theatre still continues the tradition of presenting full-length opera using
in their own purpose-built theatre.
Kopecký had used
, with height up to 60 cm.
She had for many years a puppet theater in her home in Santa Monica, California and in 1964 published a book about making
published by Art Horizons in hardcover.
are sometimes referred to as "puppets", but the term "
" is more precise, distinguishing them from other forms of puppetry, such as finger, glove, rod and shadow puppetry.
Taylor was a singing member of The
Chorale for eight years before being elected as conductor and musical director in 1974. She founded the
Youth Chorale in 1995, which comprises young adults from over 30 national schools.
Howdy Doody dolls were also sold commercially, as well as
of Howdy Doody and Flub-a-dub. There were also two other
, Don José, and Hector Hamhock Bluster, brothers of Phineas T.
are starting to re emerge on the TV screen, "Coca-Cola" have used
to create a series of adverts based in an office and music videos use them regularly as metaphors.
Papier-mâché is employed in puppet building, including
, hand-puppets, rod-puppets etc.
Gerry Anderson (1929–2012) was a British television producer who worked with
were voiced by comedians popular at the time — using aliases:
are similar to Sicilian ones though they are more complex. They are hand carved, usually using lime wood. The
have the central rod like the Sicilian marionette but also have strings for the arms and legs. Sometimes they also use string to control a mouth or movable ears. These require more skilled manipulation. Czechs also have
that have no central rod and strings that are attached to the head, shoulders and back. These are the most difficult
to manipulate due to the absence of the central rod. Miroslav Trejtnar is an acknowledged master puppeteer and teacher of traditional Czech marionette making skills.
(1918)...(Edward M. Kimball)...as Professor De Ferney
+ Gustavo Arias Murueta:
, de Vecsey, Edther, Carolyn Hill Gallery, 1985.
are on display at the Museo Civico Vagliasindi in Randazzo.
is the debut EP by Australian Hardcore band Mary Jane Kelly.
perform The Elves, the Shoemaker and the Shoemaker's Wife.
Fisher resides with one of the three original 1940s Howdy Doody
, Photo Doody.
The Death of Tintagiles () is an 1894 play by Belgian playwright Maurice Maeterlinck. It was Maeterlinck's last play for
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