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Commissioned for an unknown occasion Salieri's Armida was based on Torquato Tasso's epic poem La Gerusalemme liberata ( Jerusalem Delivered ) and premiered on 2 June 1771.
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.
Among the most successful of his 37 operas staged during his lifetime were Armida ( 1771 ), La fiera di Venezia ( 1772 ), La scuola de ' gelosi ( 1778 ), Der Rauchfangkehrer ( 1781 ), Les Danaïdes ( 1784 ), which was first presented as a work of Gluck's, La grotta di Trofonio ( 1785 ), Tarare ( 1787 ) ( Tarare was reworked and revised several times as was Les Danaïdes ), Axur, re d ' Ormus ( 1788 ), La cifra ( 1789 ), Palmira, regina di Persia ( 1795 ), Il mondo alla rovescia ( 1795 ), Falstaff ( 1799 ), and Cesare in Farmacusa ( 1800 ).
He was born in Linköping as the son of Thure Theorell and his wife Armida Bill.
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.
She created the leading female role in Elisabetta, regina d ' Inghilterra ( 1815 ), Otello ( 1816 ), Armida ( 1817 ), Mosè in Egitto ( 1818 ), Maometto II ( 1820 ), and five other Rossini operas up to and including his final contribution to the genre, Semiramide, which was also written with Colbran in the major role.
Landor was the son of Charles Savage Landor and his wife Esmerelda Armida Piselli, and spent his childhood in Florence where he was educated at the Liceo Dante and the Instituto Technico.
Armida tries to kill the greatest Christian knight Rinaldo ( his name appears in Ariosto's Orlando Furioso ( III, 30 ); he is the son of Bertoldo and was the reputed founder of the house of Este ) but she falls in love with him instead and takes him away to a magical island where he becomes infatuated with her caresses and grows idle.
On 11 January the opera L ' Armida, by Barberini house composer Marco Marazzoli, was presented in his honor and Marazzoli composed a work Le pretensioni del Tebro e del Po to commemorate recent events.
Highlights of the European art exhibit include Sir Anthony van Dyck's Rinaldo and Armida ( 1629 ) which was commissioned by King Charles I of England.
La Negra was the nickname of Lauro's niece Armida, the daughter of his sister of the same name ; this little waltz was composed in August, 1976.
The story of Armida, a Saracen sorceress and Rinaldo, a soldier in the First Crusade, was created by the Italian poet Torquato Tasso.
On May 1, 2010, Rossini's Armida was performed and broadcast live to theaters around the world in the series MetLive in HD.

Armida and soon
Though her voice soon began to show signs of strain, Colbran continued to have a fertile career, creating the roles of Armida ( Armida ), Elcia ( Mosè in Egitto ), Zoraide ( Ricciardo e Zoraide ), Ermione ( Ermione ), Elena ( La donna del lago ), Anna ( Maometto II ), and Zelmira ( Zelmira ), all written by Rossini for Naples.

Armida and followed
Les Danaïdes followed in the tradition of reform that Gluck had begun in the 1760s and that Salieri had emulated in his earlier opera Armida.

Armida and by
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
* 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 )
* Armida delusa by Giuseppe Maria Buini ( Venice, 1720 )
* Das eroberte Jerusalem, oder Armida und Rinaldo by Georg Caspar Schurmann ( Brunswick, 1722 )

Armida and first
Gioachino Rossini, Vincenzo Bellini and Richard Wagner were some of the first composers to use the tam-tam in their works ; Rossini in the final of act 3 of Armida ( 1817 ), Bellini in Norma ( 1831 ) and Wagner in Rienzi ( 1842 ).
During the 2009 / 2010 Metropolitan Opera season Fleming sang the Marschallin and in Mary Zimmerman's new production, the first at the Met, of Rossini's Armida, a role and production she will return to during the Met's 2010 / 2011 Season along with the Gräfin in Richard Strauss's Capriccio.
Nearly all were successful at their first performances until the diasaster of Armida at La Scala during carnival of 1780.
), Luísa gave her first concert, performing Giuseppe Sarti's Armida and Rinaldo.
In the twelfth canto of Book Two, Spenser's enchantress Acrasia is partly modelled on Tasso's Armida and the English poet directly imitated two stanzas from the Italian The portrayal of Satan and the demons in the first two books of Milton's Paradise Lost is also indebted to Tasso's poem.
The first of these, Armida, is a contemplative song named after the composer's sister.
Elsewhere in 1988, Anderson focused on Rossini roles: playing her first Armida in Aix-en-Provence, appearing in Otello at the Pesaro Festival, and debuting as Anna in Maometto II ( an early version of Rossini's Le siège de Corinthe ) at the San Francisco Opera ( she had previously recorded this work with Samuel Ramey in 1983 ).

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