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Dices que no te acuerdas, Clori, y mientes 198 181 34.
Caption: Katherine Lerner Lee (Clori) and Edward Larocque (Egisto) in Halifax Summer Opera Festival's L'Egisto
New Jersey's Bergen Community College student Clori Caminiti-Osso has garnered special recognition from the restaurant that gives her that daily morning pick-me-up.
Distinctive melodic intervals provide focus and framing: the shepherdess's name, Clori, is often preceded by a variety of large skips, and the word empia (wicked) is introduced by a variety of dramatic leaps.
He examines the composer's early years in the context of what was happening in Italy at the time, the style of seventeenth-century opera and the surrounding politics, his works at the court of Mantua, an act-by-act analysis of L'Orfeo, and discussions of L'Arianna, Il ballo delle ingrate, Tirsi e Clori, Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda and the Venetian operas, and Il ritorno d'Ulisse di patria and L'incoronazione di Poppea by scene.
(6) Se trata del soneto que escribe Lotario "a la ingratitud desta Clori": "En el silencio de la noche, cuando/ ocupa el dulce sueno a los mortales,/la pobre cuenta de mis ricos males/estoy al cielo y a mi Clori dando", etc.
She, Siroes, Clori, and Nise are being held prisoner by Alexander against payment of a ransom.
41, stanza 21 of thirty-six for "Vedi, cara mia Clori" (pp.