Synonyms for ortrud or Related words with ortrud

kundry              telramund              marschallin              gutrune              fricka              konstanze              marzelline              zerbinetta              sarastro              gurnemanz              amfortas              papagena              beckmesser              euryanthe              wesendonck              rosalinde              idomeneo              amneris              wellgunde              nannetta              varnay              sieglinde              leonore              rysanek              lohengrin              cherubino              ariodante              suthaus              blondchen              idamante              rodelinda              florestan              pogner              lortzing              waltraute              iphigenie              pamina              mefistofele              thimig              fassbaender              dernesch              baronin              tomowa              santuzza              jaquino              prinzessin              ridderbusch              papageno              windgassen              sintow             



Examples of "ortrud"
The current postulator to this cause is Sr. Ortrud Stegmaier.
The current postulator for this cause is Sister Ortrud Stegmaier.
Albrecht married Countess Ortrud of Ysenburg und Büdingen (1879-1918), daughter of Count Karl of Ysenburg (1819-1900) und Büdingen on 14 October 1906 at Meerholz, Germany. Albrecht and Ortrud had four children:
The topic of highly irregular graphs was introduced by Chartrand, Paul Erdős and Ortrud R. Oellermann.
Ortrud is a feminine given name. It also has variant forms Ortraud and Ortrude.
According to "Avian Influenza" by Timm C. Harder and Ortrud Werner:
"Between Conceptual and Spiritual", curated by Ortrud Mulder, Abalone Gallery, part of FynArts Festival, Hermanus
Princess Ortrud of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg ("Ortrud Prinzessin zu Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg"; Full given names: "Ortrud Bertha Adelheid Hedwig"), (19 December 1925, Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany – 6 February 1980) was a member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and a Princess of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg by birth, and through her marriage to Ernest Augustus IV, Prince of Hanover, a member of the House of Hanover.
551 Ortrud is a minor planet orbiting the Sun. It is located in the Main Belt. In light of the practice of the discover ca. 1904 to name his asteroids after female characters in opera, it is likely that Ortrud is named after a character in Richard Wagner's opera "Lohengrin".
Ortrud married Prince Ernest Augustus of Hanover (later Ernest Augustus, Prince of Hanover, Duke of Brunswick) on 31 August 1951 at Marienburg Castle, Nordstemmen, Hanover, Germany in a civil marriage ceremony. They were remarried four days later in a religious ceremony in Hanover. Ernest Augustus and Ortrud had six children:
Telramund and Ortrud, banished, listen unhappily to the distant party-music. Ortrud reveals that she is a pagan witch (daughter of Radbod Duke of Frisia), and tries to revive Telramund's courage, assuring him that her people (and he) are destined to rule the kingdom again. She plots to induce Elsa to violate the mysterious knight's only condition.
When Elsa appears on the balcony in the twilight before dawn she hears Ortrud lamenting and pities her. While Elsa descends to open the castle door, Ortrud prays to her pagan gods, Wodan and Freia, for malice, guile, and cunning, in order to deceive Elsa and restore pagan rule to the region. When Elsa appears, Ortrud warns her that since she knows nothing about her rescuer, he could leave her any time, as suddenly as he came, but Elsa is sure of the virtues of her rescuer. The two women enter the castle together. Left alone outside Telramund vows to bring about the downfall of the unknown knight who defeated him.
Princess Ortrud died in 1980. Ernest Augustus married again in 1981, Countess Monika of Solms-Laubach (1929–2015). He died at Schulenburg, Pattensen, Lower Saxony, Germany, aged 73.
At the Bayreuth Festival, she appeared as Senta in "Der fliegende Holländer" from 1971 to 1975, Brünnhilde in "Siegfried" in 1973, Ortrud in "Lohengrin" in 1972, and Kundry in "Parsifal" in 1975.
She has twice won the Prix Fondation Fanny Heldy, for her recordings of Kundry and Ortrud. As of 2009, Mme Vejzovic is a Professor at the Hochschule für Musik, in Stuttgart.
She was active in Vienna, joining the Hofoper in 1907, and Munich, often singing under Gustav Mahler's directorship in roles such as Amneris, Carmen, Delilah, Fidès, Ortrud, and Santuzza.
She studied with Astrid Varnay to develop the seminal dramatic soprano roles of Wagner and Strauss (Ortrud, Brünnhilde, Isolde, Elektra, and Salome) and took master classes with Birgit Nilsson.
was a Belgian operatic mezzo-soprano. She possessed a large, rich-toned voice and was an intense singing-actress, especially in dramatic roles such as Ortrud ("Lohengrin") and Amneris ("Aida"), two of her greatest roles.
Ortrud was the daughter of Prince Albrecht of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1863–1948) and his second wife, Princess Hertha of Ysenburg and Büdingen (1883–1972), daughter of Bruno, 3rd Prince of Ysenburg and Büdingen.
La Scala produced the opera for the first time on 30 March 1873, with Campanini as Lohengrin, Gabrielle Krauss as Elsa, Philippine von Edelsberg as Ortrud, Victor Maurel as Friedrich, and Gian Pietro Milesi as Heinrich.