Charles Francois Gounod

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French composer best remembered for his operas (1818-1893)

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In his excellent work, A Short History of Opera, Grout says: "The most important French dramatic composer of the middle nineteenth century was Charles Gounod, an eclectic, many-sided and yet individual genius, an ingratiating melodist, capable of a certain profundity, endowed with a fine ear for the effects of harmony and color in music, and exceptionally sensitive to the qualities of the text.
Vaya al Houston Grand Opera y vea la obra de Charles Gounod "Faust".
Despite early affinity for scribbling and drawing, his fine singing voice was noticed first, and he studied under composer Charles Gounod, who encouraged a music career for him.
Music by Charles Gounod, with orchestral adaptations by Juan Pinera.
Hans Joachim Kreutzer's Faust: Mythos und Musikis, by contrast, a relatively slender compilation of eight distinct chapters that proceed from the Faust Book of 1587 to musical compositions by Louis Spohr, Robert Schumann, and Hector Berlioz, via Charles Gounod and Arrigo Boito, right down to Alfred Schnittke.
Leoncavallo Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci 1:30 Apr 2 Richard Strauss Der Rosenkavalier 12:30 Apr 9 Giacomo Puccini Tosca 1:30 Apr 16 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Die Zauberflote 1:30 Apr 23 Richard Wagner Die Walkure 12:30 Apr 30 Charles Gounod Faust 1:30 May 7 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart La Clemenza di Tito 1:30
Romeo et Juliette, by Charles Gounod, at the Lyric Opera of Chicago
The portraits of Richard Wagner, Charles Gounod and Hector Berlioz are good examples of late-19th-century styles.
In the light of the author's prodigious familiarity with the operas of Bizet's contemporaries, enlightening parallels emerge, particularly with the music of Charles Gounod, Felicien David, Hector Berlioz, etc.
Este mito, muy popular en Europa, ha sido generoso con las artes visuales; con la musica, ambito en el que Charles Gounod compuso la opera Fausto y Hector Berlioz La condenacion de Fausto, y con la literatura en casos como el de Christopher Marlowe y su Doctor Faustus, y el de Goethe con su obra homonima .
It's a voice that so impressed the audience they cheered him after the first song, and continued to cheer after each aria he sang, which included a mix of Giuseppe Verdi, Antonin Dvorak, Charles Gounod, Franz Lehar, Emmerich Kalman and Richard Tauber.
De Romeo et Juliette, de Charles Gounod, no podia faltar el envolvente aria "Ah
I Vocalisti's selection of largely northern European choral works by Felix Mendelssohn, Charles Gounod, Cyrillus Kreek (a turn of the 20th-century Estonian composer) and others was the perfect example of what succeeds in a cathedral setting.
Charles Gounod, Puccini, Johann Strauss and Frederick Loewe were her chosen composers, with numbers from Romeo and Juliette, La Rondine, Die Fledermaus and I Could Have Danced All Night, from My Fair Lady.
15/1:00 pm ET Romeo et Juliette Charles Gounod Also movie broadcast, starting at 1:00 p.