Chaliapin


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Chaliapin

Fyodor Ivanovich . 1873--1938, Russian operatic bass singer
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edu Boris Chaliapin illustrated more than 400 covers for Time magazine from 1942 to 1970.
15) La edicion consultada ha escogido este tipo de transliteracion, Chaliapin, en lugar a la que se prioriza en este trabajo, Shaliapin, motivo por el cual conviven ambas grafias.
Ambas pretenden ser fieles a la novela cervantina, en las dos la escena de los molinos se situa proxima al final y Chercasov, el actor que interpreta don Quijote en la pelicula de Kozintsev, toma como modelo a Chaliapin, quien encarna al caballero en la pelicula de Pabst.
Rachmaninov's short opera, The Miserly Knight, has a second scene written for the voice of the great bass Chaliapin.
Yet they are remembered as some of the greatest character actors in the movies, among them Akim Tamiroff, Vladimir Sokoloff, Mischa Auer, Maria Ouspenskaya, Gregory Ratoff, Michael Chekhov, and Fyodor Chaliapin, Jr.
You'd attended concerts of Russian music that this visionary impresario had presented in Paris in 1907, and been thrilled in 1908 by the great Russian bass Fyodor Chaliapin in Modest Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov at the Paris Opera--another step in Diaghilev's mission to acquaint western Europe with Russian culture.
Regularly pestered by we aspiring young musicians, Ambrose and his friend, the distinguished Welsh viola player Gwynne Edwards, would regale us with their experiences performing with the great maestros and soloists of the early 20th century, Toscanini, Beecham, Walter, Chaliapin, Heifetz and so many others.
Appendixes describe four singers and their films: Geraldine Farrar, Enrico Caruso, Feodor Chaliapin, and Hope Hampton.
2) The movie was directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and starred, among others, Sean Connery (William of Baskerville), Christian Slater (Adso of Melk), and Feodor Chaliapin Jr.
He writes of "the moody Glenn Miller" (old-timers will remember the bandleader's famous rendition of "In the Mood"), describes Fyodor Chaliapin as "strong around the baseline" (he was a legendary basso profundo), and informs us that Ford Madox Ford was a "onetime hoofer" (he was born Ford Hermann Hueffer).
Small, bald, and shortsighted, Jascha was so careful with himself that he could be rather ridiculous, for instance brushing his scalp till it went red; a worrier and a hypochondriac who took cures in spas like Marienbad; something of a frant (Russian for a dandy); an admirer of Chaliapin and a Russian cabaret singer called Vertinski, but himself in the habit of singing snatches of opera out of tune.
Hart, Victor Moore, Blanche Bates, singers Feodor Chaliapin, Nellie Melba, Madame Clara Butt, Madame