Italien

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Marco Bordogni - Town or Theatre First Performances of Rossini Operas
... Bordogni also gave first performances at the Théâtre-Italien in Paër’s Agnese di Fitz-Henry (Ernesto) in 1819 in Mayr’s Medea in Corinto (Giasone) in 1823 in Mercadante’s Elisa e Claudio ossia L'amore protetto ... L'inganno fortunato (L’inganno felice) Salle Louvois du Théâtre-Italien Paris 13 May 1819 Narciso Il turco in Italia Salle Louvois du Théâtre-Italien Paris 23 May 1820 Jago Otello ossia Il moro di Venezia ...
Comédie-Italienne - The Théâtre-Lyrique Italien or Opéra-Italien
... The Théâtre-Italien de Paris was reformed in 1801, this time for performing opera seria as well as opera buffa ... theatre, now known as the "Théâtre royal italien", to the Academie Royale de Musique, while maintaining the autonomy of each establishment ... The Théâtre-Italien later made known the works of William Shakespeare to the Parisian public ...
French Opera - From The Revolution To Rossini
... spoken dialogue in French) and the Théâtre-Italien (for imported Italian operas) ... were a bigger hit with French audiences, who also flocked to the Théâtre-Italien to see traditional opera buffa and works in the newly fashionable bel canto style ... In 1823, the Théâtre-Italien scored an immense coup when it persuaded Rossini himself to come to Paris and take up the post of manager of the opera house ...
Richard L'Italien - Season 1
... L'Italien is already on death row when Jefferson Keane is sentenced for murder within the prison and is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection a day after Keane's execution ... L'Italien shows no remorse for his crime, and does not seem to take his sentence seriously ... Once Keane is dead, Warden Leo Glynn informs L'Italien that his appeal has been denied ...
Thomas-Simon Gueullette - Life
... of his time, His several works on the Théâtre-Italien, which survive in manuscript, formed the basis for the Parfaict brothers in their Histoire de l'ancien Théâtre Italien ... was the author of over 60 plays, many of which he put on at the Théâtre-Italien, where some had great success La vie est un songe in 1717 (for which he ...