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Donizetti

Gaetano . 1797--1848, Italian operatic composer: his works include Lucia di Lammermoor (1835), La Fille du r?giment (1840), and Don Pasquale (1843)
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Opera will discuss the operatic comedy by Gaetano Donizetti, 6:45 p.
Donizetti wrote The Daughter of the Regiment for mid-19th century Paris and it suited its urbane, knowing, bourgeois patrons.
The international group of scholars tackle signs and meaning in translations, specifically semiotics in church hymns in the English language, libretti translations of operas by Mozart and Donizetti, folksongs, the Saami yoik (Laplandish songs), the sociocultural impact of popular music, and the Scandinavian translation of My Fair Lady.
SEB SANDERS kept alive his slim hopes of a first title with a short-priced treble on Donizetti, Temeritas and Rocket Force, taking his tally to 109, writes Colin Russell.
Director Michael Hoffman has chosen to set the tale at the end of the 19th century, 1895 to be exact, rather than in the Bard's time, thus allowing him to utilize much of the bel canto tradition -- Puccini, Donizetti, Bellini, Verdi -- and who cares that La Boheme wasn't actually produced' until 1896, it's close enough.
Accordingly, even such rare works as Gioacchino Rossini's Torvaldo e Dorliska and Gaetano Donizetti's L'Ajo nell'imbarazzo and Alina, regina di Golconda, and many others, are treated here along with Il barbiere di Siviglia and Lucia di Lammermoor, two works that have had more continuous performance histories than other works by Rossini and Donizetti.
Seattle Opera bounded into its 50th anniversary season with a rollicking good La fille du regiment, which, although updated from the early 19th century to World War II, surely was as witty and stylish as Donizetti originally intended.
Donizetti - Belisario Alaimo / El-Khoury BBC Symphony Orchestra/ Elder THIS is no newly unearthed operatic masterpiece but it's a stirring, melodic piece of military blood-and-thunder which fans of bel canto repertory will certainly enjoy.
Maria Stuarda (Mary Stuart) and Roberto Devereux (second Earl of Essex) will complete the trilogy of operas by early 19th century composer Gaetano Donizetti.
1797: Gaetano Donizetti, opera composer (Lucia de Lammermoor), was born in Bergamo, Italy.
The photograph of Kyra Nichols with "The Incredible Lightness of Kyra Nichols" (DANCE MAGAZINE, January 2004, page 68) shows the ballerina performing in Donizetti Variations.