Synonyms for sonnambula or Related words with sonnambula

cenerentola              traviata              gioconda              schaunard              puritani              sylphide              boheme              fenice              navarraise              mefistofele              capuleti              montecchi              gamzatti              musetta              cantatrice              rondine              escamillo              rigoletto              nozze              lescaut              nitteti              trovatore              straniera              calliroe              finta              pagliacci              elisir              idomeneo              lecouvreur              bayadere              aulide              cherubino              vestale              santuzza              spontini              germont              ariodante              cavaradossi              barbiere              cavalleria              tosca              pollione              maschera              puccini              resurrezione              grisi              ladra              giubba              ballo              leoncavallo             



Examples of "sonnambula"
Rheims"), Sparafucile, Rodolfo ("La Sonnambula"), Elmiro (Rossini’s
In 2011 he took the part of Elvino in "La Sonnambula" at the Vienna State Opera.
In 2011, she appeared as Amina in "La sonnambula" at the Royal Opera House.
as Amina in "La sonnambula", one of her greatest roles. She
"I Capuleti e i Montecchi", "La sonnambula", and "Norma", along with a revival and a setback.
Rigoletto, "La muta di Portici", "Guglielmo Tell", "Roberto il diavolo", "Sonnambula", Faust
Capsir sang mainly in Europe, and in a very limited repertory, other roles included: Amina in "La Sonnambula", Lucia in
Describing Walker's strengths—in regard to the 2012 performance of "La sonnambula"—Anne Midgette, the "Washington Post" music critic, noted:
Elvira de Hidalgo recorded for Columbia, with arias from "Il barbiere", "La sonnambula", and "I puritani" committed to disc in 1907-08. In 1909-10 she made discs for Fonotipia, with excerpts recorded from "Il barbiere", "Don Pasquale", "La sonnambula", "Roméo et Juliette", "Dinorah", "L'elisir d'amore", "Don Giovanni", and "Mireille".
Romani's libretto for "La sonnambula" was based on a "ballet-pantomime" by Eugène Scribe and Jean-Pierre Aumer called "La somnambule, ou L'arrivée d'un nouveau seigneur". With its pastoral setting and story, "La sonnambula" was to become another triumphant success during Bellini's five years in Milan.
Later he performed in theaters in many Italian cities, like Bologna, Mantua and Venice, and performed important works such as "Rigoletto", "La sonnambula", "L'amico Fritz", "Iris", and "Manon".
La sonnambula is an 1831 opera by Vincenzo Bellini with an Italian libretto by Felice Romani, based on a scenario by Eugène Scribe
Pasta's vocal and dramatic ranges were extensive: that March, she had created the very different Bellini role of Amina, the Swiss village maiden, in "La sonnambula".
In 1833 Maria Malibran chose him as her tenor for Bellini's "La sonnambula", at Covent Garden, and he continued as her leading tenor until her death in 1836.
Patti's recorded legacy included a number of songs and arias from the following operas: "Le Nozze di Figaro", "Don Giovanni", "Faust", "Martha", "Norma", "Mignon" and "La sonnambula".
The theatre was inaugurated on September 1, 1836 and was originally known as the Royal Theatre Dante ("Regio Teatro Dante"). The premiere performance was Vincenzo Bellini's opera La sonnambula ("The sleepwalker").
L'Île Enchantée (literally, The Enchanted Island) is an 1864 ballet by Arthur Sullivan written as a divertissement at the end of Vincenzo Bellini's "La Sonnambula" at Covent Garden. It was choreographed by H. Desplaces.
Lind appears extensively on stage performing soprano roles like Konstanze ("Die Entführung aus dem Serail"), Gilda ("Rigoletto"), Juliette ("Roméo et Juliette"), Amina ("La sonnambula"), Rosalinde ("Die Fledermaus"), Violetta ("La traviata"), Nedda ("Pagliacci") and many more.
She won the inaugural Givenchy French Operatic Award in 1994. Her American debut that year was as Amina in "La sonnambula" in San Diego. She also appeared with the Metropolitan Opera and San Francisco Opera.
In the early 1900s, Yesipova made a number of piano rolls, some of which have made been available as modern recordings (including Thalberg's "Fantasia on a theme from Bellini's La Sonnambula").