Da Ponte


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Da Ponte

Lorenzo , real name Emmanuele Conegliano. 1749--1838, Italian writer; Mozart's librettist for The Marriage of Figaro (1786), Don Giovanni (1787), and Cosi fan tutte (1790)
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But to what extent was Da Ponte capitulating to the censors when he prepared his libretto?
Their most recent collaboration is the yet-to-be-released Io, Don Giovanni, about Mozart's librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte.
La carrellata di testi e contesti si conclude con Le Feste di Moderata Fonte--nom de plume di Modesta Pozzo (1555-1592), veneziana e laica--concepite per essere rappresentate durante un banchetto di Niccolo da Ponte, doge di Venezia, nella notte di Santo Stefano del 1581.
Ou seja, a volta da camera nao recomeca quando a cantora entra em cena, durante o refrao, mas sempre a partir da ponte, que se da quando a musica esta em seus intervalos de "afastamento", assentada na subdominante.
Meanwhile, Heineken has also appointed Marc Roubaud as general manager of Heineken Belgium, Yrjo Narhinen as general manager of Heineken Finland and Alberto da Ponte as managing director of Heineken Portugal.
Lorenzo Da Ponte was an early Venetian librettist well known in the late 1700s: he was Mozart's poet, Casanova's friend, and would serve as librettist of three of his friend Mozart's most controversial operas.
Seeing Figaro kiss the hand of his master's wife, to say nothing of watching the page Cherubino smooch with her, subverts what Mozart and his librettist Lorenzo da Ponte intended.
Th is action precipitated a political crisis that Doge Nicolo da Ponte tried to solve by bringing to the Maggior Consiglio on 7 December a palliative parte that merely defined somewhat more clearly the roles of the Ten and the Zonta, but the doge's proposal received an inconclusive vote, with many abstentions.
In Prague in 1787, excitement and expectations engulf the city where Mozart plans to finish his masterpiece Don Giovanni with his librettist, Lorenzo da Ponte.
Most people are approaching us on price," said Edward da Ponte, manager, technical services at BASF.
But Mozart and da Ponte transformed Beaumarchais's work, enriching its humanity, toning down its political content, and further shading its compelling characters.
These days I would make a rather deviant [sic] claim for the Libertine Reader: I'd say that unless you can respond to such works as those in this volume, you will probably fail to understand and enjoy the Da Ponte operas of Mozart, the paintings of Fragonard and Watteau, and ultimately the novels of Stendhal.