Cardillac


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Cardillac

goldsmith who murders to regain what he created. [Ger. Opera: Hindemith, Cardillac, Westerman, 487]
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Macaire, Cardillac, Ryons, and all the cluster of flourishing towns which look upon Bordeaux as their mother, there thronged an unceasing stream of horsemen and of footmen, all converging upon the great city.
Con la aparicion de la serie negra a partir de los relatos publicados en Black Mask, los criminales literarios y cinematograficos abandonan el linaje iniciado por el ministro de D--o por el Cardillac de E.T.A.
We have three successful editions of the biannual NODO festival under our belt, along with acclaimed productions of a series of international 20th-century operatic hits (Cardillac, The Rake's Progress and The Fiery Angel), and the cycle of Donizetti's Tudor operas: Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda and Roberto Devereux.
Cardillac./That's silver./You mean the sound./Yes the sound." "Act IV" is four lines long, apparently a bit tired of the whole thing: "What are ladies voices./Do you mean to believe me./Have you caught the sun./Dear me have you caught the sun." People talk, we gather, but it's all a bit wearisome.
Camilla Bork looks at a scene in the first act of Paul Hindemith's Cardillac as an example of a "love discourse" under the auspices of the "Neue Sachlichkeit." In Hindemith's pantomimic love scene, the voices of the lovers are replaced by the imitative dialogue of two flutes over a dance-like texture, with the changes in the musical structure following the developments on stage.
In Hoffmann's Mademoiselle de Scudery, Cardillac, a revered artisan by day, becomes a murderer by night.
Para bibliografia imprescindible vease: Pascual Boronat y Barrachina, Los moriscos espanoles y su expulsion, Universidad de Granada, 1992 (reedicion de la obra clasica de 1901); Louis Cardillac, Moriscos y cristianos: un enfrentamiento polemico (1542-1640), Mexico, Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1979; Antonio Dominguez Ortiz y Bernard Vincent, Historia de los moriscos.
1, his real trial by fire came on Sunday with the premiere of a new production of Paul Hindemith's rarely-performed opera "Cardillac."
Her rivals in the text further underscore her exemplary character: the police and court president extol her "goodness and bravery" (186) and even the master criminal, Cardillac, worships her as "goodness and virtue personified" (202).
El potencial de amenaza subversiva de los moriscos es examinado en Louis Cardillac, "Morisques et protestants," Al-Andalus.
All but the 1940s are marked by major stage works: Cardillac (1925-26), Neues vom Tage (1928-29), Mathis der Maler (1933-35), and Die Harmonie der Welt (1951, 1956-57).
Cardillac in the former is interpreted as an artist who does not feel bound by moral codes, Scuderi as having moral principles but only a superficial understanding of art, and the novella as a whole as suggesting that any society that neglects either will fail its citizens.