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Cio-Cio San aria from "Madama Butterfly" Rigina Valieva sings 蝶
Cio-Cio San aria from "Madama Butterfly" Rigina Valieva sings 蝶 Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly) is an opera in three acts (originally two acts) by Giacomo Puccini, with an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Puccini based his opera in part on the short story "Madame Butterfly" (1898) by John Luther Long, which was dramatized by David Belasco. Puccini also based it on the novel Madame Chrysanthème (1887) by Pierre Loti. According to one scholar, the opera was based on events that actually occurred in Nagasaki in the early 1890s.[1] The original version of the opera, in two acts, had its premiere on February 17, 1904, at La Scala in Milan. It was very poorly received despite the presence of such notable singers as soprano Rosina Storchio, tenor Giovanni Zenatello and baritone Giuseppe De Luca in the lead roles. This was due in large part to the late completion and inadequate time for rehearsals. Puccini revised the opera, splitting the second act into two acts and making other changes. On May 28, 1904, this version was performed in Brescia and was a huge success. The opera is set in the city of Nagasaki. Japan's best-known opera singer Tamaki Miura won international fame for her performances as Cio-Cio San; her statue, along with that of Puccini, can be found in Nagasaki's Glover Garden. Butterfly is a staple of the standard operatic repertoire for companies around the world and it is the most-performed opera in the United States, where it ranks as Number 1 in Opera America's list of the 20 most ...
Angela Gheorghiu - 'Un Bel Di Vedremo' Live Performance Classical
Angela Gheorghiu - 'Un Bel Di Vedremo' Live Performance Classical AVAILABLE NOW ON EMI CLASSICS 'MADAMA BUTTERFLY' MORE INFO: Angela sings the stunning aria 'Un Bel Di Vedremo' from Puccini's Madama Butterfly at the Classical BRIT Awards 2010
O Soave Fanciulla From La Boheme by Puccini (Edgardo Dodo Crisol w A
O Soave Fanciulla From La Boheme by Puccini (Edgardo Dodo Crisol w A Mr.Dodo Crisol has spent 30 years appearing in productions in Manila's performing arts scene, many of which have been reviewed and documented by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the national publications. These productions involve in theater, opera, oratories, Broadway musicals, concerts, symphony, chamber music, classical reader's theater, children's theater, street and ethnic theater, zarzuelas, improvisatory and experimental theater, television musicals and voicing for animation. Mr. Crisol has performed in Russia in a Russian -- French production of Verdi's LA TRAVIATA essaying the role of Alfredo. He participated in the prestigious Madame Butterfly Competitions Held in Tokyo every ten years. As actor and as a soloist of the University of the Philippines Concert Chorus, he has represented the Philippines in several international festivals such as the world theater Festival in France and music festivals in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, USA. He has been active in the local concert circuit, promoting both Filipino and world musical and dramatic classics. He was a founding member of the Opera Company of the Philippines. He had a Music Promotion Foundation scholarship for voice and British Council scholarship grant for Community Theater. Mr. Crisol finished his opera apprenticeship with the Boston Opera Company under Ms. Sarah Caldwell and Madame Raquel Adonalyo of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. His voice teachers were Aurelio ...
GLORIA from Puccini's Messa di Gloria (The Reona Ito Chamber Orches
GLORIA from Puccini's Messa di Gloria (The Reona Ito Chamber Orches Giacomo PUCCINI Gloria from Messa a 4 voci (also known as Messa di Gloria or Gloria Mass) The Reona Ito Chamber Orchestra & Chorus Reona Ito, Conductor Patrick Layton, Tenor Soloist プッチーニ 「グロリアミサ」より「グロリア」 伊藤 玲阿奈(指揮) パトリック・レイトン(テナーソロ) Inquiry: Live Recording on May 21, 2011 The Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew, New York City
O Mio Babino Caro-Arella Seerose
O Mio Babino Caro-Arella Seerose Greetings and Welcome, Song:O mio babino caro Singer:Arella Seerose Puccini's Aria from opera Gianni Schicchi (1918) Genre:Italian Opera For the Live orchestral version,that i sang, go here to see it Be sure to Rate,Comment & Subscribe:) Scroll Down for more information, And back story of how I found this Aria Lyrics and meaning included I thank you for listening:) May you have a wonderful day Q&A tIME ~~~~~~~~ Q:Are you a Gamer? A:YES I AM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!^.^ Q:Where did you first hear this song played. A:I was playing Grand Theft Auto 3. I was listening to the radio, driving around the city and the most beautiful song, came on, I heard it and then I knew all of my whole heart that i wanted to learn it,was the most beautiful song, that I had heard, in my life. I would leave the radio playing and park whatever i was driving, somewhere safe and quiet and listen to it over and over, each time, that it would play This was several years back, then It stayed with me,and I could never find it when I searched for it, so I finally found the song,and about that time, Was my yearly recitle, so It just so happened, that everything came together for me to be able to perform, It was such an honor to do so:) And forever this song that I have devoted myself to will always be with me,in my heart, as where I go in life. Thank you Puccini, for such a beautiful aria. I thank you with my whole heart. ' I thank you With all of my whole heart to "RockStar Games, for adding ...
TOSCA by "Giacomo Puccini" Overture and First act
TOSCA by "Giacomo Puccini" Overture and First act TOSCA Explained by Tito Schipa jr. In a very magic "serata of Ferragosto" and perfect location the "Anfiteatro Romano" at Lecce, Tito Schipa jr. explained "Tosca" as MELODRAMA exactly and how Giacomo Puccini has created this opera. Tito Schipa jr and his "Tosca Masterclass" is a great job of research to explain the original Tosca. For more info visit: TOSCA (GIACOMO PUCCINI)is the very most dramatic operas and a staple of the standard operatic repertoire in the world.TOSCA is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, based on Victorien Sardou's drama, La Tosca. The work premiered at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome on January 14, 1900 FIRST ACT Rome, June 1800 (The church of Sant'Andrea della Valle) Angelotti, an escaped political offender, seeks refuge in the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle where his family has a chapel. His sister, the Marchesa Attavanti, while praying for his release, has unwittingly served as a model to the painter, Mario Cavaradossi for his portrait of the Magdalen. A few minutes before a sacristan enters (followed shortly by Cavaradossi), Angelotti conceals himself in his family's chapel. The sacristan assists the painter, washing his brushes. When Cavaradossi stops his work for a moment, he takes out a medallion from his pocket: this medallion contains a miniature portrait of Tosca, his lover. He makes a comparison between Tosca and the model he was portraying (Recondita ...
Maria Callas (Μαρία Κάλλας): Gianni Schicchi - Puccini
Maria Callas (Μαρία Κάλλας): Gianni Schicchi - Puccini Friends, Please check out this beautiful book of poetry: - It comes in four different covers - Hope you enjoy it :) O Mio Babbino Caro Gianni Schicchi is an opera in one act by Giacomo Puccini to an Italian libretto by Giovacchino Forzano, based on a story that is referred to in Dante's The Divine Comedy. It is the third of the trio of operas known as Il trittico. First performance: Metropolitan Opera, New York City, 1918. (We appreciate Wikipaedia's contributions in the descriptions here)
Quando me'n vò - Classical Music:Puccini La Boheme - Paula Eduarda
Quando me'n vò - Classical Music:Puccini La Boheme - Paula Eduarda "Quando me'n vò," also known as "Musetta's Waltz," is a soprano aria from Act II of Puccini's opera La bohème. It is sung by the character Musetta, in the presence of her bohemian friends, and is directed toward Marcello in order to make him jealous.
[Vocaloid] Puccini / Kyrie - Messa di Gloria [DTM]
[Vocaloid] Puccini / Kyrie - Messa di Gloria [DTM] [English explanation is at the bottom of this comments] ♪大変美しい、プッチーニ作曲グローリアミサ(Messa di Gloria)の第1曲キリエです。 ♪Sop:鏡音リン、レン、巡音ルカ♪Alt:巡音ルカ、鏡音リン、レン♪Ten:KAITO、鏡音レン、がくっぽいど♪Bass:がくっぽいど、KAITO、鏡音レン♪イラストはピアプロから、 coe様「花」、lucentia様「祈り」、ヨリ子様「墓標」、猫柳 ゆね様「6月の魔法」、 りあき様「流れ星」、を使わせて頂きました。 いずれも大変素晴らしい絵を使わせて頂き、大変感謝しております。ありがとうございます。 ♪よろしければ他の曲もどうぞ。gachatpで検索してください。 ♪ニコニコ動画のページ⇒ This beautiful piece is "Kyrie" from "Messa di Gloria" composed by Giacomo Puccini. I made this by using DTM software and some Vocaloid Softwares shown below: Soprano : Kagamine Rin + Megurune Luka + Kagamine Len Alto : Megurune Luka + Kagamine Rin + Kagamine Len Tenor : KAITO + Kagamine Len + Gackpoid Bass : Gackpoid + KAITO + Kagamine Len Special thanks to these beautiful pictures. I borrow these pictures from PIAPRO Web site. I have also uploaded some other pieces of classical musics sung by Vocalod Softwares. Please check them too! Enjoy!
Jackie Evancho Sings Nessun Dorma on This Morning TV
Jackie Evancho Sings Nessun Dorma on This Morning TV Great quality Video. Jackie Evancho appearing and singing live on This Morning TV in th UK on the 6th June 2011. Marie "Jackie" Evancho (pronounced /iːˈvæŋkoʊ/ ee-vang-koh; born April 9, 2000) is an American singer. She gained popularity after performing in the fifth season of America's Got Talent, coming in second place. Evancho sings in the classical crossover style of singers such as Sarah Brightman and Charlotte Church. She plays the violin and piano, and sings opera. Jackie was accepted as a contestant on the fifth season of the America's Got Talent TV show by placing first in a YouTube competition sponsored by the television show. On August 10, 2010, Evancho performed "O mio babbino caro" by Giacomo Puccini. The aria is also on her debut album. She received a standing ovation after her performance, and she was awarded a trip to Universal Studios Florida for receiving the most fan votes from the submissions to the show from YouTube. However, after Evancho's performance, there were online accusations that her performance had been lip-synched. One judge, Howie Mandel, requested that Evancho sing a random voice exercise on the next evening's live show as proof that it was her voice that was heard. On that episode, it was also revealed that she had advanced to the semifinal round. Her semifinal performance was Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman's "Time To Say Goodbye". She advanced to the Top 10, where she performed "Pie Jesu" by Andrew Lloyd Webber and was voted into ...