Synonyms for montecchi or Related words with montecchi

capuleti              mefistofele              puritani              vespri              cilea              leoncavallo              gioconda              zandonai              paisiello              schicchi              spontini              cavalleria              lirico              pagliacci              otello              semiramide              mascagni              ponchielli              mercadante              abbandonata              ermione              ipermestra              arlesiana              gavazzeni              pollione              artaserse              olimpiade              masnadieri              tamerlano              sparafucile              ariodante              drammatico              lirica              rodelinda              poliuto              nerone              stiffelio              ossia              boito              tebaldi              amleto              cenerentola              idomeneo              sonnambula              elisir              turiddu              grisi              ottavia              nedda              pizzetti             

Examples of "montecchi"
Lord Montecchi: Francesco Antimiani, Giuseppe Pellingra
The first performance of "I Capuleti e i Montecchi" took place on 11 March 1830.
The Montague family (in Italian, "Montecchi") was an actual political faction of the 13th century.
"I Capuleti e i Montecchi", "La sonnambula", and "Norma", along with a revival and a setback.
Mei's discography includes "Don Pasquale", "I Capuleti e i Montecchi", "Norma", "Tancredi", arias by Bellini, Donizetti and Rossini, Beethoven's "Missa solemnis", Handel's cantatas, and Pergolesi's "Stabat mater".
Her repertory includes among others: Adalgisa ("Norma"), Romeo ("I Capuleti e i Montecchi"), Giulietta ("Les contes d'Hoffmann"), and Rosina ("Il barbiere di Siviglia").
Over the next seasons the team established itself in the Serie B without managing to reach the next level, debuting promising youngster Piero Montecchi in the process.
Sarah Connolly for her performances in Opera North's "I Capuleti e i Montecchi" and Glyndebourne's "Giulio Cesare" and "Tristan und Isolde"
Montecchi Glacier () is a tributary glacier that drains east from Bertalan Peak to enter Tucker Glacier just north of Mount Hazlett, in the Victory Mountains of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–62, and was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Pietrantonio Montecchi, a geophysicist at McMurdo Station in 1966–67.
Winner: Olimpia Tracer Milano (Italy) Bob McAdoo, Mike D'Antoni, Ricky Brown, Dino Meneghin, Roberto Premier, Riccardo Pittis, Piero Montecchi, Massimiliano Aldi, Fausto Bargna, Mario Governa, Fabrizio Ambrassa, Alessandro Chiodini (Head Coach: Franco Casalini)
They would stay three seasons in the league, reaching the title playoffs in 1985-86 but going down the next season, with Montecchi leaving for Olimpia Milano at the end of the season.
The song is quoting two works by the Italian opera composer Vincenzo Bellini: Ite su Colle, O Druidi from act 1 of "Norma", and the overture to "I Capuleti e i Montecchi".
Third: Olimpia Philips Milano (Italy) Antonello Riva, Johnny Rogers, Darryl Dawkins, Riccardo Pittis, Davide Pessina, Piero Montecchi, Andrea Blasi, Marco Baldi, Fabrizio Ambrassa, Renato Biffi, Paolo Alberti (Coach: Mike D'Antoni)
Gazzaniga was born in Voghera and studied singing with Alberto Mazzucato in Milan. Her debut season was in 1840 in Voghera where she sang Jane Seymour in Donizetti's "Anna Bolena" and Romeo in Bellini's "I Capuleti e i Montecchi".
Winner: Olimpia Tracer Milano (Italy) Bob McAdoo, Mike D'Antoni, Ricky Brown, Dino Meneghin, Roberto Premier, Riccardo Pittis, Piero Montecchi, Massimiliano Aldi, Fausto Bargna, Mario Governa, Fabrizio Ambrassa, Alessandro Chiodini (Coach: Franco Casalini)
One of the earliest references to the names "Montague" and "Capulet" is from Dante's "Divine Comedy", who mentions the Montecchi ("Montagues") and the Cappelletti ("Capulets") in canto six of Purgatorio:
She sang in Venice in 1830, where she created the role of Giulietta in Bellini's "I Capuleti e i Montecchi", but in 1834 re-appeared in Italian opera in London, and after 1835 remained mainly in England until her death.
Similarly, preparation of critical editions of Bellini's operas began in 1999 by Casa Ricordi working in collaboration with the Teatro Massimo Bellini in the composer's hometown of Catania. "I Capuleti e i Montecchi" was the first to appear under the imprint of the University of Chicago."La sonnambula" is also available from Chicago in an edition edited by musicologists Luca Zoppelli of the University of Friborg, Switzerland, and Alessandro Roccatagliati of the University of Ferrara, Italy, members of a group for the Ricordi project which also includes Fabrizio Della Seta and Claudio Toscani, editor of "Montecchi".
In May 2008, she made a much-awaited debut at the Paris Opera in "I Capuleti e i Montecchi", with Joyce DiDonato as her Romeo. In her first performance after her maternity leave, Netrebko sang Lucia in "Lucia di Lammermoor" when it opened at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg on 14 January 2009, in a production from the Scottish Opera led by John Doyle. She then sang the same role in January and February 2009 at the Metropolitan Opera. Netrebko appeared as Giulietta in "I Capuleti e i Montecchi" at the Royal Opera House in Spring 2009, and as Violetta in "La traviata" in June 2009 at the San Francisco Opera.
"In this version of the story the Capuleti and Montecchi are rival political factions (Guelph and Ghibelline respectively) rather than Shakespeare's "two households, both alike in dignity". Capellio is the father of Giulietta (Juliet) and the leader of the Capuleti. Giulietta is betrothed to Tebaldo (Tybalt), however she has already met and fallen in love with Romeo, leader of the Montecchi. This is a secret to all but Lorenzo (Lawrence), her doctor and confidant. Complicating matters, Romeo has inadvertently killed the son of Capellio (Giulietta's brother) in battle."