Violetta


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Violetta

prosperous courtesan in fashionable Paris. [Ital. Opera: Verdi La Traviata in Benét, 1022]

Violetta

courtesan renounces her lover in order to save nis family from scandal. [Ital. Opera: Verdi La Traviata in Benét, 1022]
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So I imagined that it was a little girl called Violetta and we were great friends and I loved her almost as well as I loved Katie Maurice--not quite, but almost, you know.
But I must never quite forget Katie Maurice and Violetta.
Barry hear you talking about your Katie Maurices and your Violettas or she'll think you tell stories.
It's just like that story in the Family Guide, where the missing earl comes home to his family just as the Countess and Lady Violetta are going to be turned out by the cruel heir.
He also acquainted them with the precise amount of the income guaranteed by the Duke of Thigsberry to Violetta Stetta of the Italian Opera, which it appeared was payable quarterly, and not half-yearly, as the public had been given to understand, and which was EXclusive, and not INclusive (as had been monstrously stated,) of jewellery, perfumery, hair-powder for five footmen, and two daily changes of kid-gloves for a page.
In the attractive library at Daniel Young Elementary School in Blue Springs, Missouri, Violetta and I sat at one of the several library tables for about four hours without getting up
Alfredo (tenor Damir Zakirov) takes Violetta (soprano Irina Bozhenko) away from the fast paced Parisienne lifestyle of dance, drink and gambling to lead a quiet life The |Bozhenko as love for another in a peaceful countryside retreat.
On September 14, Infrastructure Minister Andrii Pyvovarsky had a bilateral working meeting with European Commissioner for Mobility and Transport Violetta Bulc in the framework of his visit to Brussels.
First time buyers and parents Sameera and Shezad Khan and Violetta and David Pizzi both welcomed bundles of joy after moving into new homes at the familyfriendly Vivo development.
30pm Even if you're not an opera fan, chances are that you would recognise a few tunes from La Traviata, Giuseppe Verdi's much-loved tale of courtesan Violetta Valery, her dramatic life and tragic death.
The opera, which centres on Violetta, a courtesan, and Alfredo Germont, a young nobleman from a provincial family, may be memorable to quite a few of you as Maria Callas played Violetta between 1951 to 1958.
Meanwhile, La Traviata tells the tale of consumptive courtesan Violetta and her doomed love for the aristocratic Alfredo.