Synonyms for rossini or Related words with rossini

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Examples of "rossini"
Her festival appearances include the Rossini Opera Festival of Pesaro, where she has sung Corinna ("Il viaggio a Reims", Rossini), Anaïs (Anaï) ("Mosè in Egitto", "Moses in Egypt", Rossini), Jemmy ("Guglielmo Tell", "William Tell", Rossini) and Giulia ("La scala di seta", "The Silken Ladder", Rossini). They also include Salzburg, Montreux, Spoleto, Macerata, the Beethoven Festival () in Bonn, and the Handel Festival, Halle.
Rossini was signed by Reggiana on 19 August 2015. Rossini was the second-hand behind Simone Perilli.
On 30 July 2014, Rossini was loaned out again, this time to newly promoted Lega Pro club Lupa Roma. However Rossini became the deputy of Francesco Rossi. On 8 January 2015 Rossini was signed by Savona.
Nevertheless, Rossini did not have a place in Cesena despite played once in the friendly, Rossini returned to fourth division for A.C. Bellaria Igea Marina in August. The co-ownership of Rossini was renewed in June 2013.
This is a list of the operas of the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini (1792–1868). See List of compositions by Gioachino Rossini for his other works.
She is the author of "Metodo di Canto Italiano dal 'Recitar cantando' a Rossini" ("Method of Italian Singing from 'Recitar cantando' to Rossini").
However, from the 1960s onward, as Rossini enjoyed a renaissance, a new generation of Rossini contraltos ensured the renewed popularity of the work.
By the time of Gioachino Rossini, a duettino was a common part of the introduction of the Farsa opera genre. Rossini composed several pieces in the form.
Rossini in Wildbad is a bel canto opera festival in Bad Wildbad, Baden-Württemberg, specialising in the lesser-known operas of Gioachino Rossini and his contemporaries.
Op. 13, 4 potpourris des plus jolis airs des operas de Rossini - "4 medleys of very pretty airs from operas by Rossini"
Teatro Rossini is the name of an opera house in Pesaro, Italy that serves as a venue for the Rossini Opera Festival.
Op. 28, 2 airs de ballets de l'opera de Moise de Rossini - "2 ballet airs from the opera Moses by Rossini"
Gioachino Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle & Stabat Mater
Gioacchino Rossini "Guglielmo Tell" (Matilde d’Absburgo);
• Gioacchino Rossini - Stabat Mater, Petite messe Solennelle
The town of Pesaro is the birthplace of Rossini, one of the giants of Italian music. As one might expect, many things are named for him, including the Teatro Rossini and the Rossini Conservatory. His birthplace is marked, as well, and the Rossini Foundation sponsors an annual festival dedicated to his music. The town of Urbino has the "Teatro Sanzio", built in the 1840s, and the town of Fano has an important Jazz Festival each year.
Throughout his career, Paganini also became close friends with composers Gioachino Rossini and Hector Berlioz. Rossini and Paganini met in Bologna in the summer of 1818. In January 1821, on his return from Naples, Paganini met Rossini again in Rome, just in time to become the substitute conductor for Rossini's opera "Matilde di Shabran", upon the sudden death of the original conductor. Paganini's efforts earned gratitude from Rossini.
Rossini, Barber of Seville, November 2006 (Irish Times Awards nomination)
The artistic collaboration between Colbran and Rossini that began in 1815 was accompanied by a romantic involvement. Colbran moved with Rossini, seven years her junior, to Bologna in 1822, where they married. The death of her father hit Colbran hard. Rossini, moved, commissioned a sculpture for the family mausoleum depicting a woman weeping at the foot of her father's sepulchre.
Today, Stendhal's works attract attention for their irony and psychological and historical dimensions. Stendhal was an avid fan of music, particularly the works of the composers Domenico Cimarosa, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Gioacchino Rossini. He wrote a biography of Rossini, "Vie de Rossini" (1824), now more valued for its wide-ranging musical criticism than for its historical content.