Synonyms for sarastro or Related words with sarastro


Examples of "sarastro"
"Die Zauberflöte" Sarastro "Don Giovanni" Commendatore "Le Nozze di Figaro" Dr. Bartolo
The council of priests of Isis and Osiris, headed by Sarastro, enters to the sound of a solemn march. Sarastro tells the priests that Tamino is ready to undergo the ordeals that will lead to enlightenment. He invokes the gods Isis and Osiris, asking them to protect Tamino and Pamina (Aria and chorus: "").
Sotin made numerous recordings of both operatic works and symphonic works, including the Verdi "Requiem", the Rossini "Stabat Mater", and the roles of Sarastro and the Second Armed Man in two recordings of "The Magic Flute". He can be seen on video as Sarastro as Gurnemanz, and as the Landgrave.
Pamina is asleep. Monostatos approaches and gazes upon her with rapture. (Aria: "") He is about to kiss the sleeping Pamina, when the Queen of the Night appears. She gives Pamina a dagger, ordering her to kill Sarastro with it and threatening to disown her if she does not. (Aria: "Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen"). She leaves. Monostatos returns and tries to force Pamina's love by threatening to reveal the Queen's plot, but Sarastro enters and drives him off. Pamina begs Sarastro to forgive her mother and he reassures her that revenge and cruelty have no place in his domain (Aria: "").
Waterhouse, J.F., 'Night-Queen Sings Sarastro', "Birmingham Post" (newspaper), 17 October 1955. Repository: Alfred Wolfsohn Voice Research Centre Archives. Curated by Paul Newham, London.
In February 2005 he made his debut at the Staatstheater Stuttgart as Sarastro and in June 2005 as King Vladislav in Smetana's "Dalibor" at the Staatstheater Saarbrücken.
In 1994, Konoshchenko had his German debut in Munich’s Prinzregententheater as Sarastro in a concert performance of Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte” under the direction of Sir Colin Davis.
Franz Xaver Gerl ( – ) was a bass singer and composer of the classical era. He sang the role of Sarastro in the premiere of Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute".
The original singer was Franz Xaver Gerl, who notably sung the roles of Don Giovanni, Figaro and Sarastro. The original double bass player was Friedrich Pischlberg.
Between 1998 and 2000 the “Sarastro” project was carried out by Digamma Research Consortium, using integrated tele-operated systems it allowed remote access and observation of the site.
Monostatos brings in Tamino. The two lovers see one another for the first time and embrace, causing indignation among Sarastro's followers. Monostatos tells Sarastro that he caught Papageno and Pamina trying to escape, and demands a reward. Sarastro, however, punishes Monostatos for his lustful behaviour toward Pamina, and sends him away. He announces that Tamino must undergo trials of wisdom in order to become worthy as Pamina's husband. The priests declare that virtue and righteousness will sanctify life and make mortals like gods ("").
He evidently had an impressively low vocal range; Branscombe (1991) observes that the very low notes that Mozart included in the part of Sarastro have been "the despair of many a bass singer since."
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.
Sarastro announces the sun's triumph over the night. Everyone praises the courage of Tamino and Pamina, gives thanks to Isis and Osiris and hails the dawn of a new era of wisdom and brotherhood.
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
In 1986 he played the double role of Sarastro and Man with Greying Hair in "A Hungarian Fairy Tale (Hol volt, hol nem volt ...)" in the Hungarian film directed by Gyula Gazdag.
Among the many leading bass roles that Rieth portrayed on stage are Sarastro in Mozart's "The Magic Flute", King Mark in Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde", and King Philip II in Verdi's "Don Carlo". He also sang numerous opera buffa roles.
His signature roles were Sarastro and the major Wagnerian noble-bass roles, including King Marke, Gurnemanz, the Landgrave, and Veit Pogner. He occasionally played Baron Ochs, and Hunding. He played Wotan a few times.
He did not limit himself to comic roles but also sang Sarastro, Pizzaro, Gunther, Amfortas, Daland and tackled a few Italian roles as well notably Wurm, Alfio, Tonio, as well as Mefistophele in Gounod's "Faust".