Top 10 similar words or synonyms for cavelleria

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for cavelleria

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Norman Newell In his later years he penned lyrics to Pietro Mascagni's "Intermezzo" from "Cavelleria Rusticana". The song, entitled "Pray For Love", was recorded by Vince Hill.
Ibrahim Tukiqi He interpreted in many classical operas such as the Cavelleria Rusticana, Madame Butterfly, and Rigoletto. In his last years of his career he sang in the Albanian operas such as "The girl from Kaçanik" ("Goca e Kaçanikut"), "Borana", "The sold bride" ("Nusja e shitur"), "Mrika", "Spring" ("Pranvera"), "The Memory Flower" ("Lulja e Kujtimit"), "The Wake-Up" ("Zgjimi"), ecc.
Jolana Fogašová Her melodramatic soprano repertiore covers a wide area od operatic parts, which are enabled by her voice type "soprano spinto d'agilita": Tosca, Manon Lescaut, Elza (Lohengrin), Salome, Venuss (Tannhauser), Eglantine (Euryanthe), Lucrezia Contarini (Due Foscari), Abigaille (Nabucco), Joan of Arc (Joan of Arc), Judith (Bluebeard’s Castle), Santuzza (Cavelleria Rusticana), Marina (Boris Godunov), Lucrezia Borgia (Lucrezia Borgia), Kostelnicka (Jenufa), Witch and the Foreign Princess (Rusalka), The Fox (The Cunning Little Vixen) and Kristina (The Makropulos Affair), which she sang in Teatro alla Scala in Milan end in Teatro Maggio Musicale Fiorentino with Z. Mehta.
Elijah Moshinsky In 1975, Moshinsky made his operatic debut at the Royal Opera House with "a stripped-down, low-budget production of "Peter Grimes" which won enormous popular and critical success." That production was reproduced in at the Paris Opera introducing the piece to the French was also presented at La Scala, Tokyo and Los Angeles. Subsequent productions at Covent Garden include "Lohengrin", "Tannhäuser", "The Rake's Progress", "Macbeth", "Samson and Delilah", "Samson", "Die Entführung aus dem Serail", "Otello", "Attila", "Simon Boccanegra" and "Stiffelio". At the Metropolitan Opera, he has directed, as well as "Otello", "Samson et Dalila" and "Samson", "Un ballo in maschera", "Ariadne auf Naxos", "The Queen of Spades", "The Makropulos Affair", "Nabucco" and "Luisa Miller". For the Lyric Opera of Chicago he directed Samson, The Bartered Bride, Nabucco, Lohengrin, The Pirates of Penzance, Cavelleria Rusticana and I Pagglicci, Samuel Barbers Antony and Cleopatra. For Welsh Opera he directed Berlioz Beatrice and Benedict, Cavalleria Rusticanna. For Scottish Opera he directed La Boheme and La Forza del Destinno. At English National Opera in 1982, he directed the British premiere of "Le Grand Macabre" as well as "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" and "The Bartered Bride". Other engagements have included "Wozzeck" for the Adelaide Festival, "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Boris Goudonov, Il Trovatore, Barber of Seville, Rigoletto, La Traviata, DonCarlowith Opera Australia, Sicilian Vespers in Geneva and Benvenuto Cellini at the Maggio in Florence.Stiffelio at La Scala and Vienna. At the Marinsky in St Petersburg he directed the original version of La Forza del Destino. At the Novaya Opera in Moscow he produced The Barber of Seville. More recently he directed Placido Domingo in Simon Boccanegra at Covent Garden, Los Angeles and at the NCPA in Beijing. For the KNO he created new productions of Don Carlo and Romeo et Juliette. In 2015 he directed Giovanna d'Arco for the Buxton Festival.