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Rossini

Gioacchino Antonio . 1792--1868, Italian composer, esp of operas, such as The Barber of Seville (1816) and William Tell (1829)
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A Rossini scholar is quoted as saying "No composer in the first half of the 19th Century enjoyed the measure of prestige, wealth, popular acclaim, or artistic influence that belonged to Rossini."
A heads-up defensive play by Clingingsmith in the bottom of the fifth cut down a Lockport runner at the plate during a rundown, which helped Rossini escape his only jam of the night.
Although the original Rossini opera focused on Swiss people's fighting and uprising against Austrian oppression centuries ago, the Korea National Opera's staging and costumes are grounded in the early 20th century to better connect with audiences.
La Scala di Seta, Rossini's 1812 farsa comica tells the tale of Giulia who is secretly married to a friend of the man her guardian is determined she shall marry.
The Barber of Seville is an opera buffa in two acts by Gioachino Rossini.
Muscat: Following the success of Rossini's L'Occasione fa ilLadro last season, La Scala di Seta is the second of five Rossini farces that ROHM will present as an entertaining educational project over the coming seasons.
At this summer's Rossini Opera Festival, Ricciardo e Zoraide was brought out of the shadows for four performances in Pesaro's Adriatic Arena (seen Aug.
Gioachino Antonio Rossini was an Italian composer who wrote 39 operas and the festival is an annual international music event dedicated to his work.
NNA - This evening, Rossini's Stabat Mater, a masterpiece of sacred music, will take place in the framework of the prestigious Baalbeck International Festival in a fascinating setting -- the Bacchus Temple, in the heart of Baalbeck, one of the most important and best-preserved archeological sites in the Middle East.
There was such piquant elegant phrasing in Purcell's 'Music for a While' and returning with clear coloratura flourishes in Rossini's 'La Pastorella d'Alpi.'