Synonyms for puritani or Related words with puritani

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Examples of "puritani"
Vincenzo Bellini: "I Puritani" Lord Gualtiero Walton
2013 : I Puritani by Bellini, Opéra Bastille, Paris
Paris – Bastille (Raimondo); Vienna (Prefetto in "Linda di Chamonix", Giorgio in "I Puritani",
Giordano's first Bellini role was Elvira in "I puritani" at Teatro Massimo Bellini in Catania.
Bellini, "I puritani," with Sills, Nicolai Gedda, Paul Plishka, conducted by Julius Rudel, 1973.
"Rigoletto", Giorgio in "I Puritani" and Raimondo in "Lucia di Lammermoor");
Tamburini is famous for his association with the operas of Bellini such as "I Puritani". Indeed, he was one of the so-called "Puritani Quartet" of leading international singers, along with Grisi, Rubini and the bass Luigi Lablache. The quartet was reunited on stage, albeit with Giovanni Mario replacing Rubini, in 1843 at the premiere of Donizetti's "Don Pasquale".
"I puritani", to which she referred as "dear Puritani", was Queen Victoria's favourite opera and the first which she attended in the company of Prince Albert before their marriage. The 2009 film "The Young Victoria" includes an episode in which Albert and Victoria discuss the opera, as well as a scene showing Victoria attending a performance.
In 2016, he returned to Cluj, this time, to the Romanian National Opera, directing the national premiere of I Puritani by Vincenzo Bellini
Smart then examines the relationship between Pepoli's 1830 views and how they appear to be manifested in what he wrote for "I puritani":
Forthcoming productions include "Lulu" for Chicago, "Il trovatore" for Bilbao, "I puritani" in Bologna and "Peter Grimes" in Oslo and at Washington National Opera.
Notable roles included; Don Giovanni, Valentin, Zurga, Escamillo, Golaud, Germont, Renato, Amonasro, Scarpia, Riccardo in "I puritani", opposite Joan Sutherland, Alfonso in "La favorite", Wolfram, Telramund, etc.
[Bellini must have similarly understood the quality of Tamburini's voice, as Donizetti's music for Bonifacio shares the suavity of Riccardo's "aria di sortita" in "I puritani."]
His special relation with Vincenzo Bellini began with "Bianca e Fernando" (1826) and continued until "I puritani" (1835), when he was one of the long-remembered "Puritani quartet" for whose voices the opera was written. The three other members of the illustrious quartet were Giulia Grisi, Antonio Tamburini and Luigi Lablache, The four appeared together again in Donizetti's "Marino Faliero" during the same season, then travelled to London with the Irish composer Michael William Balfe for a further round of operatic engagements.
The two, however, had a falling out over missed deadlines for "Beatrice di Tenda.". After setting "I puritani" to a libretto by Carlo Pepoli, Bellini was determined not to compose any more Italian operas with anyone but Romani. "I puritani" was his last opera; he died less than a year after its première. Romani mourned him deeply and wrote an obituary in which he expressed his profound regrets over their disagreement.
Rossini had influenced the management of the Théâtre-Italien to commission works by the outstanding Italian composers of the day—Donizetti and Vincenzo Bellini. Both wrote operas for that house in Paris, Bellini's contribution being the hugely-successful "I puritani". Donizetti's opera, which premiered on 12 March 1835 (a few months after "I puritani") was not nearly as much of a success. However, it marked Donizetti's first opera to have its premiere in Paris.
The opera was Bellini's penultimate work, coming between "Norma" (1831) and "I puritani" (1835) and it was the only one of his operas to be published in full score in his lifetime.
The following productions have been released on DVD: "I puritani" (DVD and Blu-ray), "L'arbore di Diana", "Giulio Cesare" (Sydney version), "Giulio Cesare" (Copenhagen version), "Partenope" (Copenhagen version) and "Norma" (Barcelona version).
Other roles have included Figaro in The Barber of Seville, Prince Yeletsky in "The Queen of Spades", Marcello in "La bohème", Riccardo in "I puritani" and Valentin in "Faust".
Continuing to work on the yet-unnamed "I Puritani", Bellini moved to Puteaux—"a half an hour by road" from central Paris, as the guest of an English friend, Samuel Levys, "where I hope to complete my opera more carefully".