Leonore

Leonore

disguises as Fidelio to save imprisoned husband. [Ger. Opera: Beethoven, Fidelio, Westerman, 109–110]
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When not engaged in reading Virgil, Homer, or Mistral, in parks, restaurants, streets, and suchlike public places, he indited sonnets (in French) to the eyes, ears, chin, hair, and other visible perfections of a nymph called Therese, the daughter, honesty compels me to state, of a certain Madame Leonore who kept a small cafe for sailors in one of the narrowest streets of the old town.
We followed him there willingly enough, if only to watch the divine Therese laugh, under the vigilant black eyes of Madame Leonore, her mother.
The proprietor of a small, quiet cafe on the quay, a certain Madame Leonore, a woman of thirty-five with an open Roman face and intelligent black eyes, had captivated his heart years ago.
I believe I gave her the whole history of the man, mentioning even the existence of Madame Leonore, since the little cafe would have to be the headquarters of the marine part of the plot.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to meet a few members of the Swedish royal family during their stay, but they will (http://people.com/royals/prince-william-and-kate-middleton-will-miss-meeting-these-swedish-royals-on-their-visit-to-stockholm/) not have the chance to meet up with Princess Madeleine, Prince Carl Philip and their daughter, Princess Leonore.
Or, l'histoire d'amour et d'aventure d'un autre couple, celle de Leonore et Sainville, semble plus a meme de captiver le lecteur.
The chorus sang with more vigor, there was more emotional connection between Leonore and Florestan, the orchestra, under Christian Badea, played more precisely, and there was an overall energy that was missing on opening night.
Fidelio Composer: Beethoven Cast: Starring Dennis O'Neill as Florestan, Lisa Milne as Leonore and Robert Hayward and Phillip Joll as Don Pizarro.
In a bid to find and free him, his betrothed Leonore disguises herself as a man, taking the name Fidelio.
In recognition of the gift, the Newseum is naming its 535-seat theater the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Theater.
"I only wish it were possible to be shared with my wife and lifelong colleague, Leonore Herzenberg," he said.