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Performed in Italian, the production starred Jean de Reszke as the title hero, Emma Eames as Elsa, and Edouard de Reszke as Heinrich.
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Performed and Italian
* Chemical Amusement, a Series of Curious and Instructive Experiments in Chemistry Which Are Easily Performed and Unattended by Danger, London 1817, Second edition 1817, Third edition 1818, fourth reprint 1819 ; German Chemische Unterhaltungen: eine Sammlung merkwürdiger und lehrreicher Erzeugnisse der Erfahrungschemie, Kopenhagen 1819, entitled Chemische Belustigungen Nürnberg 1824 ; second American edition based on the third English edition with additions by Thomas Cooper, Philadelphia 1818 ; French translation by V. Riffault Manual de Chimie Amusante ; ou nouvelles recreations chimiques, contenant une suite d ’ experiences d ’ une execution facile et sans danger, ainsi qu ’ un grand nombre de faits curieux et instructifs, 1827, Second edition 1829 later reprinted by A. D. Vergnaud, final and sixth reprinting Paris 1854 ; two volume Italian translation Divertimento chimico contenente esperienze curiose, Milan 1820, second expanded edition by Pozzi La Chimica dilettevole o serie di sperienze curiose e instruttive di chimica chi si esequiscono con facilità e sicurezza, Milan 1854
Performed and production
Performed at The Mask and Wig Clubhouse, the production is an original show that runs from late January through March.
Performed as a double bill with Mascagni's Cavalleria rusticana, the Met's production featured Frances Alda as Anna and Alessandro Bonci as Roberto.
Performed in July 2010, the production placed second in the Arcadian Theatre Group's School Musical Theatre competition which involved judging of school musicals in the Illawarra.
Performed and starred
Performed by the Stuttgart Ballet, with music by the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, it was directed by Bernard Kontarsky, and starred Richard Cragun and Marcia Haydee.
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Performed by many Capoeira groups, samba de roda is a traditional Afro-Brazilian dance & musical form that has been associated with Capoeira for many decades.
* Peter Weiss's Marat / Sade ( The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade ) was first performed in West Berlin in 1964 and in New York City a year later.
Performed at the Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid on 12 July 2001 by members of the JONDE ( Joven Orquesta Nacional de España ); the concert was repeated in Segovia on 1 August 2001.
Since its founding, the CTH has put on over 39 productions, including The Cherry Orchard, Waiting for Godot, Macbeth, King Lear ", The Blacks: A Clown Show, Caligula, The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade, and various others for which the company has received numerous AUDELCO, OBIE, Drama Desk, American Theatre Wing and Lucille Lortell nominations and awards.
Performed and title
He has scored the back to back Academy Award winning documentaries The Cove ( about the dolphin captures in Japan ) & Man On Wire ( Philippe Petit's 1974 illegal tight rope walk between the Twin Towers ) followed by the 2012 Oscar nominated Documentary Hell And Back Again for which he also wrote and produced the films sound design and end title song " Hell and Back " Performed by Willie Nelson.
Performed and Elsa
Performed by a pop trio comprising Singapore's Fann Wong, Tanya Chua and Elsa Lin, the catchy song was released on an AVCD format in Singapore.
Performed and .
'' Performed in New York by the original cast and I think this company is every bit as good, and perhaps better.
Performed thousands of times in recent years, Mr. Dragon's arrangement has been played for state occasions such as the memorial services for Presidents Ford and Reagan and at tribute concerts for events such as the Oklahoma City bombing and 9 / 11.
Performed by Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelts, a band Kanno assembled to perform music for the series, the jazz and blues themed soundtrack helps to define the show as much as the characters, writing, and animation.
To measure cost performance, planned value ( or BCWS-Budgeted Cost of Work Scheduled ) and earned value ( or BCWP-Budgeted Cost of Work Performed ) must be in units of currency ( the same units that actual costs are measured.
In addition to using BCWS and BCWP, prior to 1998 implementations often use the term Actual Cost of Work Performed ( ACWP ) instead of AC.
Performed the work which quantified such concepts as Boyle's Law and the inverse-square nature of gravitation, father of the science of microscopy.
Performed by Hiroki Wada, " Mystic Eyes " is used for the ending them for the first twenty-five episodes, while the final episode uses Yoko Kanno's instrumental piece.
Performed as a part of Scandinavian folk dance, this can be fast or slow, but the dancers are always rotating.
According to BMI, " Landslide " also earned Nicks the 35th Robert J. Burton Award as " Most Performed Country Song of the Year ".
Performed without anesthesia and requiring three long months to take, at last Marie Antoinette's smile, " very beautiful and straight ", satisfied France.
It is widely believed that in 1617, Veranzio implemented his design and tested the parachute by jumping from St Mark's Campanile in Venice and that the event was documented some thirty years later by John Wilkins, founder and secretary of the Royal Society in London in his book Mathematical Magick or, the Wonders that may be Performed by Mechanical Geometry, published in London in 1648.
* Ioannis Pallikaris ( Greece ) Performed the first laser-assisted intrastromal keratomileusis or LASIK surgery.
Performed in Japanese, the original English text was projected as surtitles onto the back of the stage.
Performed at large scales, these surveys are called topographical in the old sense of topography, showing a variety of elevations and landforms.
* Metallica: Performed one of their four S & M shows at Madison Square Garden with the orchestra of St. Lukes on November 23, 1999.
Italian and production
Salieri's Italian tour of 1778 – 80 began with the production of Europa riconosciuta ( Europa Recognized ) for La Scala ( which was revived in 2004 for the same opera house's re-opening following extensive renovations ).
Around the same time, they met Italian movie producer Dino De Laurentiis, the owner of production and distribution company DEG.
German production companies have been quite commonly involved in expensive French and Italian productions from Spaghetti Westerns to French comic book adaptations.
Italian film production held up during the war, with long features already established as the main form.
At this time, on the more commercial side of production, the phenomenon of Totò, a Neapolitan actor who is acclaimed as the major Italian comic, exploded.
Prague ham ( Prosciutto di Praga ), although originating in Prague in the early 1900s, is one of the most well known Italian cooked hams, and the province of Trieste ( which was part of Austria-Hungary until 1918, just like Prague ) is the center of its production ..
The end of aid through the Plan could have stopped the recovery but its end coincided with a crucial point in the Korea War whose demand for metal and manufactured products was a further stimulus of Italian industrial production.
Italy has a smaller number of global multinational corporations than other economies of comparable size, but there is a large number of small and medium-sized enterprises, as in the Northern " industrial triangle " ( Milan-Turin-Genoa ), where there is an area of intense industrial and machinery production, notably in their several industrial districts, which are the backbone of the Italian industry.
" The Italian Federation considers the collective property of the products of labour as the necessary complement to the collectivist programme, the aid of all for the satisfaction of the needs of each being the only rule of production and consumption which corresponds to the principle of solidarity.
The production set a pattern for the remainder of his theatrical output, most of which can be considered as 20th century reworkings of stock characters and situations from the Italian traditional Commedia dell ' arte.
Italy further developed a number of its own designs ( see list of Italian submachine guns ), with similar attempts at improvements in lower production cost, quality, or weight.
The Italian " low " popular film production was basically low budget and low-profit, and the easiest way to success was imitating a proven success.
In 1968 the wave of Spaghetti Westerns reached its crest, with one third of the Italian film production, only to collapse to 10 % in 1969.
The popularity of pasta spread to the whole of Italy after the establishment of pasta factories in the 19th century, enabling the mass production of pasta for the Italian market.
Much of today's sienna production is still carried out in the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily, while other major deposits are found in the Appalachian Mountains, where it often goes hand-in-hand with the region's iron deposits.
In 1838, he moved to Paris after the Italian censor objected to the production of Poliuto ( on the grounds that such a sacred subject was inappropriate for the stage ); there he wrote La fille du régiment, which became another success.
When director Mario Bonnard fell ill during the production of the 1959 Italian epic The Last Days of Pompeii ( Gli Ultimi Giorni di Pompei ), starring Steve Reeves, Leone was asked to step in and complete the film.
Carpigiani is an Italian company, located near Bologna, specialising in the production of ice cream making machines.
A significant 1958 Royal Opera House ( London ) production of Verdi's five-act Italian version of Don Carlos ( with Jon Vickers ) followed, along with a Macbeth in Spoleto in 1958 and a famous black-and-white Il trovatore with scenery and costumes by Filippo Sanjust at Covent Garden in 1964.
This text sheds light on aspects of Jan van Eyck's production now lost, citing a bathing scene owned by a prominent Italian, but mistakenly attributing to van Eyck a world map painted by another.
* According to the last available data, in 2005 the production of dioxin by the steel industry ILVA in Taranto ( Italy ) accounted for 90. 3 per cent of the overall Italian emissions, and 8. 8 per cent of the European emissions.
The fertile soil supported high production of onions and other commodity crops, and the Italian families grew wealthy from their work.
A 2010 Italian study that genotyped patients diagnosed with MCS, with suspected MCS, and healthy controls suggested inhibition of expression and activity of metabolizing and antioxidant enzymes in MCS, accelerated lipid oxidation, increased nitric oxide production and glutathione depletion and increased plasma inflammatory cytokines.