Tony Soprano Crew

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May Night - Roles
... Levko, his son tenor Pyotr Lodiy Mayor's sister-in-law mezzo-soprano Anna Bichurina (Ganna) Hanna mezzo-soprano Mariya Slavina Clerk bass Vladimir Sobolyov Distiller tenor Nikolay Ende ...
Deborah Voigt - Biography and Career - 2006 To 2008
... This included tributes to Broadway sopranos Barbara Cook and Julie Andrews ... Although Voigt's fach is that of the dramatischer soprano, she has recently made the transition into singing the hochdramatischer soprano repertoire with her interpretation of Isolde from Wagner's ... On September 28, 2008, Voigt joined another soprano, Patricia Racette, and mezzo-soprano Susan Graham in singing a comedic tribute to Plácido Domingo, who dressed in tuxedos and–once ...
Soprano Crime Family - Organization - Crews
... Soprano/Gualtieri Crew Formerly known as the Soprano Crew, now known as the Gualtieri Crew ... Paulie Gualtieri becomes capo of this crew and the Aprile crew was mereged into the Gualtieri crew ... of Capos 19?—1986 — John "Johnny Boy" Soprano 1986—2000 — Anthony John "Tony" Soprano – promoted to Underboss 2000—present — Peter Paul "P ...
Soprano - Intermediate Voice Types
... Two types of soprano especially dear to the French are the Dugazon and the Falcon, which are intermediate voice types between the soprano and the mezzo-soprano a Dugazon is a darker-colored soubrette, a Falcon a ...
Inga Nielsen
... Inga Nielsen (2 June 1946 – 10 February 2008) was a Danish soprano who had an active international opera career from 1971 to 2006 ... She began her opera career performing parts in the lyric soprano repertory and then became an admired singer of dramatic soprano roles, beginning in the late 1980s ... in portraying some of the more rarely heard and demanding dramatic soprano roles such as the woman in Arnold Schoenberg's Erwartung, Ursula in Mathis der Maler and Jenny in Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny ...

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