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My operatic roles
|Statement||by Placido Domingo [with introductory and biographical material by] Helena Matheopoulos|
|Series||Great voices -- 6|
|LC Classifications||ML420.D63 A3 2000b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||2002155557|
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Norma or Tristan. This is an interesting question because it is going across fach & genders. Of course it depends entirely on the singer, but for the sake of the question is Tristan harder than Konstanze? I think one should look at how much the o. Preparing an Operatic Role MARIE MYERSCOUGH with foreword by SIR COLIN DAVIS. Format: x mm Extent: pp Colour: 4 colour cover / mono text (some 60 images, most full page.
Operatic definition is - of or relating to opera. How to use operatic in a sentence. ‘From the late seventeenth century the central male operatic role (primo uomo) in opera seria was sung by a castrato.’ ‘In the last few years London has seen a variety of operatic styles in contemporary opera.’ ‘This is the kind of soprano voice the operatic world has been praying for!’.
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Great reference book. It can't tell you what fach you are but if you know, this will definitively tell you what's out there for you to sing. Includes cross referenced lists such as: A section of roles and what fach usually sings them; A section of fachs with roles they sing in different languages; A section of arias and which opera they are in (The only drawback of this book, in my opinion, is /5(10).
This is the perfect organization for anyone curious about a particular opera/Domingo role. "Placido Domingo: My Operatic Roles" is a wonderful book, a thought-provoking reference, and an invaluable documentation of what a great and unique artist Domingo is.5/5(4).
This book was produced for Placido Domingo's 60th birthday and the 40th anniversary of his debut in a major role (Alfredo in La Traviata in ). It is a portrait of the artist in his own words, through his own portrayals of the various operatic heroes he has so grippingly and hauntingly brought to life over the years.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: A first-hand account by one of the great artists of operatic history of his view of every one of the roles in his vast and varied repertoire.
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Spinto. The spinto soprano gets a good deal of the really plum roles in opera, particularly in the Italian Romantic tradition of Verdi and for this reason, lyric and dramatic sopranos frequently take on these roles whether naturally suited or not (and more than a few lyric sopranos have shortened their careers by taking on heavy spinto roles).
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The information is cross-referenced for maximum usefulness and minimum flipping through the pages. Wendy Silvester. Wendy Silvester is a classical mezzo-soprano, singing teacher, and freelance writer based in the UK. Her operatic repertoire includes Zita / La Principessa (Gianni Schicchi / Suor Angelica), Erda (Das Rheingold), Ulrica (Un ballo in maschera), Olga Olsen (Street Scene), Filipyevna (Eugene Onegin), Signora Guidotti (I due timidi), Fidalma (Il matrimonio segreto), and Florence.
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This is a list of historical figures who have been characters in opera or operetta. (2 roles, Old Borges, baritone; and Young Borges, tenor) Saint Francis Borgia, 4th Duke of Gandía, Spanish Superior-General of the Jesuits Ernst Krenek Florentine heretic and book-burner Sir Charles Villiers Stanford: Savonarola () Diane Sawyer.
The practice is abhorrent in modern culture, which left many male operatic roles meant for higher voices vacant. Countertenors are one way to fill those roles, though their lighter vocal quality is far different than the castrati.
Soubrette sopranos with bright voices also fill the roles which are referred to as pants or trouser roles. 5 Books To Ignite An Opera Obsession: Deceptive Cadence If you want to deepen your opera experience, perhaps even head toward opera geekdom, these five books.
opera seria: Formal, serious opera, especially from the 18th century. cadenza: A moment near the end of an aria for the singer alone, with lots of fast, high, difficult notes, designed for showing off.
prima donna: The singer who plays the heroine, the main female character in an opera; or anyone who believes that the world revolves around her.Variant title: Guide to operatic roles and arias: Contents: How to use this book -- Introduction (Voice categories. A close look at each voice category) -- Roles -- Voice categories to roles -- Arias -- Voice categories to arias -- Singers -- Voice categories to singers -- Operas to roles -- Composers to operas.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.