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Discussions

what number sympathies was mozarts Le Nozze di Figaro Overture? by joshua Q:

A: Overture's in the classical era were most often the preludes to operas. The opera Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro) is K. 492.

Le Figaro: Israel behind attacks in Iran; Why terrorist acts performed by Israel are ignored in Western Media? by Goerge Q: A renowned French news outlet says Israel is responsible for the disappearance and death of Iranian scientists, the recent cyber attack on Iran and other acts of sabotage in the country. According to Le Figaro, Israel's intelligence service, Mossad, is responsible for incidents in Iran such as the disappearance or death of its scientists and the Stuxnet worm which recently targeted Iranian computer systems. The Stuxnet worm is a malware designed to infect computers using Siemens Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) -- a control system favored by industries that manage water supplies, oil rigs, and power plants.

A: In addition to the US Government, the Zionists own much of the US Media. I gave up getting my news from the US media years ago they are little more than the propaganda arm for the US Government. Not only does the US Media ignore Israel's wrong doing (Spying on the US, Killing US Citizens abroad etc). It covers for them in the UNSC. Then you have the distortions from the US Media. A group of Palestinian teens use sling shots to launch rocks at an Israeli Tank. The Tank shells the village killing 12 and wounding 32. The US News Media reports, Israel defends itself against Palestinian rocket attack. Seriously, a rock launched from a sling shot is a rocket attack? When I saw that (Film was on BBC, distorted version put out by UPI). I realized there is just no hope for the US Media.

Where can I read Robert Redeker's anti-Islamic Le Figaro article in English? by كافر Q:

A: Below

What is name of journalist in Le Figaro who wrote an article about Islam? by Hope Q:

A: Sorry this was the best i could come up with http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22Le+Figaro%22+islam&btnG=Google+Search

What Soprano has the best technical interpretation of "Deh Vieni Non Tardar," from Le Nozze di Figaro? by mhmm Q: What Soprano has the best technicality in singing this aria? I'm learning it and I want to hear a really great interpretation.

A: "Best" is strictly a matter of opinion, but try Lucia Popp, Kathleen Battle, Kiri te Kanawa or Barbara Bonney. You can find them on YouTube, plus both Battle and te Kanawa are available as downloads on itunes, and there is supposed to be a free download of Battle on Rhapsody. I have a recording of Victoria de los Angeles from Verizon which is also available for mp3 from Amazon.com. Just keep away from amateur recordings. In the long run, learn the aria as written, and then sing from your heart. If you do not understand Italian, find a literal translation (not just an English language version of the song). Knowing what individual words and phrases mean will help you with your own "great interpretation".

What songs are played in the opera "Le Nozze di Figaro?"? by ♥ReKa♥ Q: I recently attended the opera and I need the names of some of the songs the orchestra played. I assume they are Mozart but I'm not a huge classical listener. I understand there were many songs played so not all are necessary. Thanks.

A: The more famous arias from Le Nozze di Figaro are: Voi che sapete Non piu andrai Dove sono Deh vieni, non tardar Porgi amor Se vuol ballare, signor Contino Other famous pieces from the opera include the overture, the wedding march (sometimes referred to as "Ecco la marcia" for the recitative sung over it) and the Letter Duet "Che soave zeffiretto." All of the music is by W.A. Mozart; lyrics are by Lorenzo da Ponte.

Where can I find all of the songs from Le Nozze di Figaro listed in order? by katlyn: Yahoo chat fugitive Q: I'm trying to make a CD wiv all of the songs in order from beginning to end. My copies are from a few different CDs and I may be missing some. I've been trying to find a site that lists the songs, but searching for Le Nozze di Figaro gets me mostly CDs for sale (that don't include such a list) and brief synopsis. Anyone know where I can find wot I need?

A: The index to the vocal score will give you the list you need. Why not just get a CD of the whole opera?

why I am unable to read online "le figaro" french newspaper? by vatsal d Q: I am able to read most of the leading french newspapers online except for "le figaro".What could be the reason? I am using the latest firefox browser with yahoo toolbar and windows xp.

A: Have you tried disabling cookies? I was having a problem accessing one retail site, when I realize my other computer got through just fine. Checked my cookies - voila - problem solved.

Where in the USA can I buy LE FIGARO? by John Q: Is there a place where I can purchase copies of Le Figaro, a french news magazine?

A: Try this http://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&keywords=Le%20Figaro&tag=189-20&index=blended&linkCode=ur2&camp=1789&creative=9325

What are the most remarkable similarities and difference between Le nozze di Figaro Le Barbiere de Sévile? by c_none87 Q: Mozart’s opera Le nozze di Figaro is based on Pıerre Beaumarchais’s play Le Barbiere de Sévile. Could someone with decent knowledge about the subject please elaborate about the ways in which the play was adapted into a libretto, those aspects of the play that appealed to Mozart and his librettist, and the differences between the two works?

A: The Revolutionary ‘Figaro’ The Marriage of Figaro was a pro-American play written by the French supporter, financier, and spy for the American Revolution, Pierre Caron de Beaumarchais, who had secured arms for the colonies in the American Revolution. Mozart and Da Ponte began work, and Mozart’s father reported that because they composed from morning till night, Wolfgang had no time to correspond with him. They worked in secret, (without a commission) for two months straight, until that opportune moment, when Da Ponte would be able to demonstrate to Joseph that all the offensive parts had been removed, and that the music was divine. When the opera was finished, it just so happened that there was a need of a score for the theater, so Da Ponte went to speak with Joseph, who had personal oversight over the musical events in Vienna. “What?” said Joseph, “Don’t you know that Mozart, though a wonder at instrumental music, has written only one opera, and nothing remarkable at that?” Da Ponte’s reply was that without his Majesty’s clemency, he would have written only one opera himself in Vienna. The Emperor gave his conditional permission, relying on Da Ponte’s judgment in transforming the French play into a non-offensive Italian opera. Photo by Ted Washington The Count (Teddy Tahu Rhodes) tries to seduce a reluctant Susanna (Isabel Bayrakdarian) from the Houston Grand Opera’s “The Marriage of Figaro” (2005) Now, Joseph knew that there would be many ruffled feathers among the nobility, if this piece were performed, and just as Da Ponte arrived to tell Mozart, so did a messenger of the Emperor, demanding that he immediately present himself, and his score, at the Palace. Upon hearing some of the music, which astounded the monarch, Joseph commissioned the work, and in May 1786, after more intrigue and attempted sabotage by the opera honchos, the two artists presented The Marriage Figaro to the world, endearing them to posterity, but further infuriating their opponents. The two were conscious of the wholly unique creation which they brought into the world, as the poet wrote in the libretto’s introduction to their four-hour-long work: This opera will not be one of the shortest to have been exhibited in our theater, for which we hope that ample recompense will be offered by the variety of themes woven into the action of this play, as well as its originality and large dimensions. The musical numbers are of the widest possible variety, so as not to leave any performers unoccupied for long periods, to avoid the tedium and monotony of long recitatives, and to lend expression to the many different passions which the characters experience. We wanted to present our most gracious and honorable public with a virtually new kind of play. And that they did. Previous to the production of The Marriage of Figaro, what existed were comic operas and serious operas, generally with set-piece arias, duets, trios, a certain amount of action, connected by recitatives, designed most often to show off the vocal qualities of the singers. With this work, the composer and librettist, who considered art to be very serious business, set an entirely new standard in opera which shook the world. Consider Da Ponte’s comments on writing a Finale, which he did not want to be disconnected from the rest of the opera, in the customary fashion: This Finale in Italian comic operas, though strictly connected with the other parts of the drama, is a kind of little comedy by itself; it requires a distinct plot, and should be particularly interesting; in this part are chiefly displayed the genius of a musical composer, and the power of the singers, and for this is reserved the most striking effect of the drama. Recitativo is entirely excluded from this division of the piece. The whole of it is sung, and it must contain every species of melody. The adagio, the allegro, the andante, the cantabile, the armonioso, the strepitoso, the arcistrepitoso, the strepitossossimo, with which last every act commonly ends. It is a theatrical rule that in the course of the Finale, all the singers, however numerous they may be, must make their appearance in solos, duets, trios, quartetos, etc. And this rule the poet is under the absolute necessity of observing, whatever difficulties and absurdities it may occasion; and though all the critics, with Aristotle at their head, exclaim against it, I must observe here that the real Aristotles of a dramatic poet are in general, not only the composer of the music, but also the first buffo, the prima donna, and not very seldom the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th buffoon of the company. After this description, the distress I suffered in attempting to compose my first Finale may be easily imagined; I was a thousand times tempted to go to the Emperor and entreat him to liberate me from my engagement. Figaro, with its unity of effect from beginning to end, used the full colors of the orchestra and voice with its arias, sextets, q

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