Synonyms for osmin or Related words with osmin

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Examples of "osmin"
"Operation Osmin" was created by Eric Evangelista and Osmin Hernandez. The program is produced by Evangelista's New York-based production company Hot Snakes Media for nuvoTV.
Osmin is distracted by the qalandar begging; he has little trouble in persuading the hungry Osmin to become a mendicant dervish.
Osmin is enjoying a feast with Ali arrives with Balkis, and Ali gets increasingly angry with Osmin's inebriation.
Osmin informs the qalandar that Ali's lover is Rezia and solicits his help in letting the couple escape.
Which led his career to Mozart roles such as Giovanni, Leporello, Figaro, Bartolo, Don Alfonso and Osmin.
Operation Osmin is a television series produced by American cable network nuvoTV. The fitness reality show debuted on July 4, 2011 as part of the relaunch of nuvoTV from the former Sí TV. Each episode focuses on out-of-shape challengers who participate in grueling, unconventional training from fitness trainer Osmin Hernandez, who was part of an elite Cuban military unit.
He also had success in such roles as Osmin, Don Giovanni, King Marke, Hans Sachs, King Phillip II, Pimen, Gremin, Don Basilio and Arkel.
Although not Haydn's greatest success in the operatic field, "L'incontro improvviso" does include some high-class and varied music. As well as the 'Turkish' music, amusing scenes for Osmin and Calandro, the 'painting' aria in the last act where Ali describes the contents of a picture with orchestral help, and another aria "Senti, al buio pian" for Osmin with orchestral colouring, there is Italian lyricism evident in arias for Ali ("Deh! se in ciel pietade avete") and Rezia ("Or vicina a te").
His roles included; Osmin, Commendatore, Sarastro, Méphistopheles, Varlaam, etc. He was especially admired as Fiesco, as both Filippo and Il grand Inquisitore in "Don Carlo", and as "Boris Godunov".
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: "The Impresario" Bluff, "Don Giovanni" Commendatore/Masetto/Leporello, "Così fan tutte" Don Alfonso, "Le Nozze di Figaro" Figaro, "Die Zauberflöte" Sarastro, "Die Entführung aus dem Serail" Osmin
Dardane tries to charm Ali to test his faithfulness. Rezia enters, taking Ali and Osmin by surprise. The three women tell of the unfortunate travels which brought them to Cairo.
Recordings are available of his Hunding, Pogner, and Fafner; also Rocco, Banco, Commendatore (opposite Ezio Pinza), Sarastro, and Osmin (opposite Elisabeth Schwarzkopf). An anthology CD is also available. There are no published recordings of his Hagen.
He was known for his interpretations of Wagnerian roles, and Mozart's big bass roles (Osmin, Sarastro, and the Commendatore), and Baron Ochs von Lerchenau in Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier.
The first season of "Operation Osmin" aired from July to August 2011 and consisted of ten episodes. Season one registered as the highest rated original series ever produced for the network.
The roles for which Frick was best known were Osmin, Sarastro, Commendatore, Rocco and, above all, the principal Wagner bass roles. He also performed in operetta, often with Fritz Wunderlich, and often sang Archangel Raphael in Haydn's "Creation".
His repertoire includes such lead bass roles as the title role in Falstaff, Kezal (The Bartered Bride), Osmin (Die Entführung aus dem Serail), Sarastro (The Magic Flute), Prince Gremin (Eugene Onegin), and Baron Ochs (Der Rosenkavalier).
Osmin, the bad-tempered house-servant to Pasha Selim, has caught his hated enemies trying to rescue a noblewoman from captivity in the Pasha's harem. He taunts them, gleefully anticipating the pleasure of seeing them hanged.
He studied in Vienna with Lierhammer and Duhan, and made his stage debut in Opava, as Osmin, in 1933. He then sang in Plauen (1936–37), Breslau (1937–41).
From 2009 to 2011 he was engaged at the National Theater Mannheim performing Gurnemanz, Hagen, Hunding, Fafner, Veit Pogner, König Heinrich, Basilio, Timur, Sparafucile, Sarastro, Baron Ochs, and Osmin.
Alessandro has come under orders from Cleopatra to kill his own flesh and blood. Tolomeo becomes aware of Alessandro's identity and is tempted to kill him, but can't bring himself to do so. Tolomeo (going under the name of Osmin to protect himself from the wrath of King Araspe, an ally of Cleopatra) hides, and Elisa, sister of the king, turns up. Alessandro wakes, thinks she is like a goddess, and declares his love for her. She, however, loves "Osmin." She is very flirtatious. But as she and "Osmin" talk, it becomes clear that her feelings are not requited, that Tolomeo loves another (Seleuce, his wife, who he thinks is lost). Alone, he considers taking his own life.