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The libretto to Armida was by Marco Coltellini the house poet for the imperial theaters.
Armida was translated into German and widely performed, especially in the northern German states, where it helped to establish Salieri's reputation as an important and innovative modern composer It would also be the first opera to receive a serious preparation in a piano and vocal reduction by Carl Friedrich Cramer in 1783.
Armida was soon followed by Salieri's first truly popular success ; a commedia per musica in the style of Carlo Goldoni La fiera di Venezia ( The Fair of Venice ).
His opera ' Rinaldo and Armida ' has recently been published in the Recent Researches of the Music of the Baroque Era series ( A-R Editions ), edited by Steven Plank.
* Armida abbandonata ( Naples, 1770 ) – libretto by Francesco Saverio de ' Rogati
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Casa de Cultura Jesús Reyes Heroles was inhabited by María Concepción Armida, who is being considered for beatification by the Catholic Church.
* Rinaldo in Armida by Josef Mysliveček ( Milan, 1780 )
* Rinaldo in Armida abbandonata by Niccolò Jommelli ( Naples, 1780 )
Rinaldo and Armida, by Francois Boucher, 1734 ; this painting gained Boucher entrance to the Academie ( Louvre Museum )
He contributed to the society's exhibitions upwards of three hundred portraits and other works, among them being " The Enchantress Armida ", exhibited in 1831 ; " Haidee aroused from her Trance by the sound of Music ", 1834 ; " Eros ", 1836 ; " Italian Boys playing at the National Game of Mora " and the " Prisoner of Chillon ", 1837 ; " The Scene in St. Peter's, Rome, from Byron's Deformed Transformed ", 1839 ; " The Convent of St. Isidore: the Monks giving away provisions ", 1841 ; and a " Scene in a Spanish Posada in Andalusia ", 1843.
Rinaldo and Armida, by François Boucher.
The witch Armida ( modeled on Circe in Homer and the witch Alcina in Ariosto's epic ) enters the Christian camp asking for their aid ; her seductions divide the knights against each other and a group leaves with her, only to be transformed into animals by her magic.
Two Christian knights seek out the hidden fortress, brave the dangers that guard it and, by giving Rinaldo a mirror of diamond, force him to see himself in his effeminated and amorous state and to return to the war, leaving Armida heartbroken.
* Armida by Benedetto Ferrari ( Venice, 1639 ) music lost
* Armida by Marco Marazzoli ( Ferrara, 1641 )
* Amori di Rinaldo con Armida by Teofilo Orgiani ( Brescia, 1697 ) music lost
* Armida abbandonata by Giovanni Maria Ruggieri ( Venice, 1707 )
* Armida al campo by Giuseppe Boniventi ( Venice, 1708 )
* Armida regina di Damasco by Teofilo Orgiani ( Verona, 1711 ) music lost
* Armida in Damasco by Giacomo Rampini ( Venice, 1711 )
* Armida abbandonata by Giuseppe Maria Buini ( Bologna, 1716 )
* Armida al campo d ' Egitto by Antonio Vivaldi ( Venice, 1718 )
* Das eroberte Jerusalem, oder Armida und Rinaldo by Georg Caspar Schurmann ( Brunswick, 1722 )

Armida and Giuseppe
* Giuseppe Sarti – Armida e Rinaldo
), Luísa gave her first concert, performing Giuseppe Sarti's Armida and Rinaldo.
* Giuseppe Maria BuiniArmida abbandonata

Armida and Maria
Authors such as the Venerable Concepcion Cabrera de Armida and Blessed Maria Candida of the Eucharist have produced large volumes of text based on their Eucharistic meditations.

Armida and Venice
* Il trionfo di Armida by Tomaso Albinoni ( Venice, 1726 )
* L ' abbandono di Armida by Antonio Pollarolo ( Venice, 1729 )

delusa and by
* L ’ Antigona delusa da Alceste, by Pietro Andrea Ziani ( 1660 )

by and Giuseppe
Works by J. C. Bach, Anton Craft, Joseph Haydn, Giuseppe Sammartini, Comenico Dragonetti and J. G. Janitsch were performed by seven instrumentalists including Anabel Brieff, flutist, Josef Marx, oboist, and Robert Conant, pianist and harpsichordist.
Painting of St. Ambrose with whip and book in the church of San Giuseppe alla Lungara, RomeAn address by Ambrose to Christian young people warns them against intermarriage with Jews (" De Abrahamo ," ix.
By his patron Canova was placed under Bernardi, or, as he is generally called by filiation, Giuseppe Torretto, a sculptor of considerable eminence, who had taken up a temporary residence at Pagnano, one of Asolo's boroughs
Antonio began his musical studies in his native town of Legnago ; he was first taught at home by his older brother Francesco Salieri ( a former student of the violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini ), and he received further lessons from the organist of the Legnago Cathedral, Giuseppe Simoni, a pupil of Padre Giovanni Battista Martini.
The Death of Adonis, by Giuseppe Mazzuoli ( 1644-1725 ) | Giuseppe Mazzuoli, 1709-Hermitage Museum
The rebels, led by generals Bento Gonçalves da Silva and Antônio de Sousa Neto with the support of the Italian fighter Giuseppe Garibaldi, surrendered to imperial forces in 1845.
The Qianlong Emperor in ceremonial armor on horseback, painted by Giuseppe Castiglione ( 1688 – 1766 ) | Giuseppe Castiglione, dated 1739 or 1758.
Most famous is the order substituting corncobs and their husks, which was executed by Giuseppe Franzoni and employed in the small domed Vestibule of the Supreme Court.
Cesare Borgia leaving the Vatican ( 1877 ) by Giuseppe Lorenzo Gatteri
The most highly sought ( and expensive ) instruments come from Italy and include basses made by Giovanni Paolo Maggini, Gaspar da Salo, the Testore family ( Carlo Antonio, Carlo Giuseppe, Gennaro, Giovanni, Paulo Antonio ), Celestino Puolotti, and Matteo Gofriller.
The German Karl Adolph von Basedow also independently reported the same constellation of symptoms in 1840, while earlier reports of the disease were also published by the Italians Giuseppe Flajani and Antonio Giuseppe Testa, in 1802 and 1810 respectively, and by the English physician Caleb Hillier Parry ( a friend of Edward Jenner ) in the late 18th century.
Baresi was brought by his older brother Giuseppe for a trial in Inter's youth team, but was rejected.
* Falstaff ( 1893 ), Giuseppe Verdi's last opera, with a libretto by Arrigo Boito.
Arimondi left there a small garrison of approximately 1, 150 askaris and 200 Italians, commanded by Major Giuseppe Galliano, and took the bulk of his troops to Adigrat, where Oreste Baratieri, the Italian commander, was concentrating the Italian Army.
Aware of Fellini ’ s reputation as Aldo Fabrizi ’ s “ creative muse ”, Rossellini also requested he try to convince the actor to play the role of Father Giuseppe Morosini, the parish priest executed by the SS on April 4, 1944.
Of these Otello formed the climax to his reform of serious opera, and offers a suggestive contrast with the treatment of the same subject at a similar point of artistic development by the composer Giuseppe Verdi.
Immediately after Rossini's death, Giuseppe Verdi proposed to collaborate with twelve other Italian composers on a Requiem for Rossini, to be performed on the first anniversary of Rossini's death, conducted by Angelo Mariani.
It was almost by accident that the final two, Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, came together to complete the opera.

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