Synonyms for mercadante or Related words with mercadante
Examples of "mercadante"
After a period of relative inactivity, in 1871 it was renamed the Real Teatro
, after Saverio
, whereupon opera productions once again flourished at the theatre.
Past Archis included Rafael
and Paula Arcila.
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, who got 6,771,582 votes
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, arr. Trussell) c.1910
- Behind the then Congressman PT Aloizio
, a senator-elect
He visited the Naples conservatory, and, although less than four years senior to
, he said to the Director Niccolò Zingarelli, "My compliments Maestro – your young pupil
begins where we finish."
Deploring the pattern of events in his country,
selected Alfieri's "Virginia" as a means of expressing his criticism of the constitution's suppression. Alfieri's story, set in Ancient Rome, tells the tale of a plebeian revolt, spurred on by the tragic murder of the title heroine by her father, which leads to the founding of the Roman Republic tribunes and the Plebeian Council.
asked Cammarano, with whom he frequently collaborated, to write the opera's libretto. Cammarano obliged, giving
a finished libretto in late 1849.
began composing the opera in December 1849, completing it in March 1850.
He also sang in Paris and London, and appeared in premières of operas by Mayr, Pacini, and
, who led the Nafra Steamship company, became a head of the Green Star Line.
Florimo's relationship with Saverio
, director of the Naples Conservatory from 1840, was often less than amicable, and after the latter's death in 1870, Florimo minimized much of his praise of
in the second edition of "Cenno storico". He accomplished this in many places by simply adding the word 'not'. He also attempted, unsuccessfully, to recruit Verdi as Mercadante's successor as director.
was born in Altamura, near Bari in Apulia; his precise date of birth has not been recorded, but he was baptised on 17 September 1795.
studied flute, violin and composition at the conservatory in Naples, and organized concerts among his compatriots. The opera composer Gioachino Rossini said to the conservatory Director, Niccolo Zingarelli, "My compliments Maestro – your young pupil
begins where we finish". In 1817 he was made conductor of the college orchestra, composing a number of symphonies, and concertos for various instruments – including six for flute about 1818–1819, and whose autograph scores are in the Naples conservatory, where they were presumably first performed with him as soloist.
During her life she gave hundreds of performance of Vincenzo Bellini, Saverio
, Donizetti, Verdi, Carlo Coccia, Nicola Vaccai and Gioacchino Rossini.
In the 1990s, he began a long collaboration with Opera Rara, appearing in numerous concert performances and recordings of rare operas by Donizetti,
, Mayr, Meyerbeer, Pacini.
Among his most successful works, "La pietra del paragone" for Rossini, "Elisa e Claudio" for
, "Fedra" for Mayr and "La vestale" for Pacini
In the campaign of 1994,
waived a probable re-election to the House of Representatives and ran for vice president on the ticket of Lula.
gripping account of a tricky piece"), Gioachino Rossini, Giovanni Pacini, Simon Mayr, and Saverio
. Of his recording of the latter composer's "Emma d'Antiochia", one critic wrote:
One of the means by which Saverio
developed the ability to write for the stage was by composing ballets and insertion arias for operas.
After attending Harvard Law School, Suozzi was admitted to the practice of law in the State of New York, where he joined with Glen Cove Mayor Luke
as a law partner, with an office in Glen Cove. The law firm became
, Suozzi, and Sordi, with the addition of Nicholas A. Sordi, and later Suozzi & Sordi, until Suozzi's election to the supreme court in 1960.
Francesco Mander was the only son of Pietro Mander, a film producer and owner of Mander Film, and Lucia
. From his father he inherited his love for literature; from his mother he gained a passion for music. His mother was a descendant of noted Italian opera composer Saverio
(1795-1870). From an early age his parents took him to concerts in Rome's famed concert hall, the Augusteo.
A enthusiast of the theatre since secondary school, during his university years he contributed a theatrical review to the "IX Maggio" weekly magazine and had small parts in plays organized by the "Gioventù Universitaria Fascista" itself. He played in a comedy by Salvatore Di Giacomo at Teatro
in Naples. Napolitano dreamt of being an actor and spent his early years performing in several productions at the Teatro
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