Synonyms for pergolesi or Related words with pergolesi

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Examples of "pergolesi"
Pergolesi was the subject of a 1932 Italian film biopic "Pergolesi". It was directed by Guido Brignone with Elio Steiner playing the role of the composer.
Giovanni Battista Draghi (; 4 January 1710 – 16 March 1736), best known as Pergolesi () or Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, was an Italian composer, violinist and organist.
Some trio sonatas by Domenico Gallo were long attributed to Giovanni Pergolesi, including those upon which Igor Stravinsky based his music for the ballet Pulcinella. In fact, half of the surviving works by Gallo were once attributed to Pergolesi, probably because Gallo was little known, Pergolesi was famous and his name would sell the music.
Label: Hyperion (Disc Title: The Neapolitans - Pergolesi, Durante, Leo)
Pergolesi died of tuberculosis only two years after the premiere.
Pergolesi - Stabat Mater, Pisarenko, Arkhipova,Yurlov Choir, MCO, 1966/1966
Many pieces which were said to have been composed by Pergolesi have been misattributed; the ' is definitely by Pergolesi, as a manuscript in his handwriting has been preserved. The work was composed for a Neapolitan confraternity, the , which had also commissioned a ' from Alessandro Scarlatti. Pergolesi composed it during his final illness from tuberculosis in a Franciscan monastery in Pozzuoli, along with a " setting.
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Luigi Cherubini, Domenico Cimarosa, Giovanni Paisiello, etc.
Pergolesi is a 1932 Italian historical musical film directed by Guido Brignone and starring Elio Steiner, Dria Paola and Tina Lattanzi. It portrays the brief life of the eighteenth century Italian composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi.
Pergolesi wrote "Designs for Various Ornaments on Seventy Plates", published between 1777 and 1801.
For Hungaroton she recorded the Pergolesi Stabat Mater conducted by Lamberto Gardelli in 1981.
• Giovanni Pergolesi: „Stabat mater“ with Dennis Naseband and Jochen Kowalski, 1992, BERLIN Classics BC 1047-2
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi ("Stabat Mater Dolorosa and Quando Corpus Morietur" from Stabat Mater)
The first production of "Il prigionier" in modern times took place at the Teatro Pergolesi in Jesi on 27 September 1997 with a score revised by Marcello Panni. The next major revival came on 11 September 2009, again at the Teatro Pergolesi, this time using a new critical edition of the score prepared by Claudio Toscani for the Fondazione Pergolesi-Spontini. The production, performed on period instruments, was directed by Henning Brockhaus with Corrado Rovaris conducting the Accademia Barocca de I Virtuosi Italiani.
His major works were ""Young girl collecting fruit"" (1901) "" (1903) ""In disgrace"" (1905) and ""Portrait of Giovanni Pergolesi"".
Michael Angelo Pergolesi () was an Italian decorative artist from the 18th century who worked mainly in England.
The Pergolesi Spontini Foundation aims to strengthen the reputation and prestige of the two composers Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (Jesi, 1710 – Pozzuoli, 1736) and Gaspare Spontini (Maiolati Spontini, 1774–1851) collecting, sorting and cataloguing their sources and making their works better known by working in collaboration with other national and international institutions.
The Festival Pergolesi Spontini was born in 2001 as an international festival dedicated to the promotion of the works of Pergolesi and Spontini, which are performed with original instruments, after studying the sources and approaching various executive and stylistic issues according to scientific criteria.
Pergolesi likewise designed silver plate, and many of his patterns are almost instinctively attributed to the brothers Adam by the makers and purchasers of modern reproductions. There is, moreover, reason to believe that he aided the Adam firm in purely architectural work. In later life Pergolesi appears, like Angelica Kauffman, to have returned to Italy.
The Foundation's opera productions take advantage of a double contribution from the Fund for the Performing Arts from Italian Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, for Festival Pergolesi Spontini and the traditional opera season at the Pergolesi Theatre in Jesi.