Cimarosa


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Cimarosa

Domenico. 1749--1801, Italian composer, chiefly remembered for his opera buffa The Secret Marriage (1792)
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re Domenico Cimarosa / Ridotto per Clavecimbalo, o Piano forte / Con Violino Obbligato / Dali Ill:mo Sig.
The show will come in two stages: part two will span 45 minutes and is entitled Precentor/ Choirmaster by Domenico Cimarosa.
Great Tenor Arias (from works by Gluck, Verdi, Rossini, Donizetti, Cimarosa, and Puccini).
From Novara and Cimarosa it was only a step as it were to Milan and La Scala Opera House, a theater whose performances Stendhal never missed attending if he could help it.
Not the least attractive feature of the book is the appendix, which, for Sitwell's generation, must have seemed wondrously exciting with its references to Cimarosa, Pergolesi, Porpora and Vanvitelli, and to places such as Lecce, 'the Florence of Rococo art', as Gregorovius called it, and Noto, that superb Sicilian town of which Sitwell was the virtual discoverer and where there is now a restaurant called 'Le Sitwell'.
Tony Zanchi Ivan Franek Alfonso Cimarosa Vincenzo Peluso Bianca Cimarosa Donatella Finocchiaro Sauro Bonetti Stefano Cassetti Don Esposito Belmondo Mario Scarpetta Durazzo Antonio Pennarella Giannimorandi Riccardo Zinna
We know Stendhal to have been an enthusiast of Mozart, Cimarosa, and Rossini, and to have seen, and commented on, the careers of the great performers of the period, including Henriette Sontag and Giuditta Pasta, the latter a friend and Parisian neighbor.
Compositor con un eclecticismo dotado de tanta agudeza como sabrosura, Domenico Cimarosa (n.
The score is full of allusions to opera buffa from Cimarosa to Rossini, but displays also, as Luigi Bellingardi put it, "an utterly fantastical twentieth-century idiom not far removed from Prokofiev, Poulenc, Francaix, and Rieti," not to mention delightful quotations from Rota's own film scores.
L'incognito (1786) consisted of arias by herself, Florido Tomeoni (1755-1820), and Domenico Cimarosa (17491801).
Eighteenth-century music critics did not commonly understand that Haydn and Mozart were categorically superior to Christoph Gluck, Luigi Chembini, Domenico Cimarosa, and Andre Modeste Gretry.