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TRISTAN
JOHN BARRYMORE
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MANON
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MANON LESCAUT
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Definitions

  1. Manon Lescaut is an opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini.
  2. Manon Lescaut was a great success and Puccini went on to become the leading operatic composer of his day. (Web site)

Tristan

  1. Later, there's Karita in Manon Lescaut, and beautiful Deborah Voigt in Tristan & Isolde — which will be my first Tristan ever.

John Barrymore

  1. In 1927, she was re-teamed with John Barrymore in When a Man Loves, an adaptation of Manon Lescaut. (Web site)

Arias

  1. We'll hear selections from Verdi's Otello, Il Trovatore, and La Forza del destino, with more arias from Manon Lescaut, Andrea Chénier, and la Gioconda.

Triumphs

  1. Manon Lescaut (1893) and La Bohème (1896) were Puccini's first two triumphs, and both brought him international fame.

Gianni Schicchi

  1. Featured are some of the most popular arias of all time from La bohème, La rondine, Suor Angelica, Gianni Schicchi, Manon Lescaut and Tosca.

Manon

  1. Manon, made for the Royal Ballet in 1974, is ostensibly the story of Manon Lescaut.

Puccini

  1. Manon Lescaut: Italian opera in four acts by Puccini; first performed in 1893; uses the same story by Prevost that Massenet used earlier in his Manon.
  2. The first opera for which Puccini himself chose the subject was Manon Lescaut. (Web site)

Manon Lescaut

  1. Ricordi declined his next opera, I Medici, and his attempts at a libretto for Puccini 's Manon Lescaut led to irreconcilable creative differences. (Web site)
  2. Other Italian operas in which he sang with considerable successes included Puccini 's La Boheme, Manon Lescaut and Gianni Schicchi, and Boito 's Mefistofele. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Arts > Music > Musicians > Puccini
  2. Countries > European Union > France > Manon
  3. Ricordi
  4. Boheme
  5. Music > Musicians > Puccini > Gianni Schicchi
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