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Thu Oct 16 18:00:19 2014 UTClccn-n896278300.00Ponnelle, Jean-Pierre0.450.97Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, Arbeiten für Salzburg 1968-1988 : anlässlich der Ausstellung Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, das Salzburger Werk 1968-1988 : Pausen-Foyer, Grosses Festspielhaus, Faistauer-Foyer, Orpheus-Foyer, Kleines Festspielhaus, 27. Juli-31. August 1989 /46955552Jean-Pierre_Ponnellen 896278302519137Ponelle, Jean P. 1932-1988Ponelle, Jean-Pierre 1932-1988Ponnelle, Jean P. 1932-1988Ponnelle, Jean-Pierrelccn-n85376676Unitel Film- und Fernsehproduktionsgesellschaft mbHprdprolccn-n81032093Wiener Philharmonikerprfitrmuslccn-n78076377Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchorsngprfmuslccn-n78048837Gruberova, Edita1946-othsngprfactlccn-n50005018Deutsche Grammophon (Firm)pbllccn-n81084038Harnoncourt, Nikolauscndprfconctbhnrlccn-n81047575Levine, James1943-cndprfitrlccn-n84041928Wixell, Ingvarsngprflccn-n81016944Freni, Mirella1935-sngprfvocactlccn-n79089277Piave, Francesco Maria1810-1876othlbtPonnelle, Jean-Pierre1932-1988DramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsInterviewsJuvenile worksMusical settingsOperasExhibition catalogsCatalogsBiographyOperasOrpheus (Greek mythology)Titus,--Emperor of Rome,Iseult (Legendary character)Tristan (Legendary character)Odysseus (Greek mythology)PrejudicesMan-woman relationshipsMadama Butterfly (Puccini, Giacomo)Voice teachersPhysical-appearance-based biasFools and jestersPeople with disabilitiesMcVicar, DavidIdomeneus (Greek mythology)Music videosPonnelle, Jean-Pierre,Così fan tutte (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)Poppaea Sabina,--Empress, consort of Nero, Emperor of Rome,Horne, MarilynOpera--Production and directionMusiciansMusic rehearsalsRevengeMarriageMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus,Eurydice (Greek mythology)Orfeo (Monteverdi, Claudio)Interracial marriageJapanOperas, ArrangedMarried peopleGeishasPuccini, Giacomo,OperaUnmarried couplesDa Ponte, Lorenzo,Belasco, David,Film adaptationsCourts and courtiersCinderella (Legendary character)Opera producers and directorsFranceAkademie der Künste (Berlin, Germany)Salzburger FestspieleMate selectionOperas--ExcerptsOperas--PerformancesRossini, Gioacchino,Mithridates--VI Eupator,--King of Pontus,1932198819551956195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102012201320146895353870782.1M1500.M69ocn060932032ocn137290489ocn047737202ocn063269138ocn028468861ocn028359718ocn171001229ocn049604035ocn030586231ocn852995022ocn063269138ocn670438993ocn148828761ocn063269138ocn145025688ocn674171485ocn690960891ocn691955555ocn779750681ocn692021065ocn674171286ocn691961835ocn820670249ocn816292096ocn780435942ocn816292421ocn851152380ocn633254682ocn698489076ocn633941354ocn635212254ocn312298627ocn855002660ocn049604035ocn674171229ocn674171485ocn690960891ocn692032814ocn878594835ocn779750681ocn878708476ocn692020964ocn674171286ocn670438993ocn032123445ocn145026431ocn077975683ocn148828761ocn606926005ocn123390662ocn145025688ocn248080008ocn314035139ocn702596445ocn702595748ocn702906950ocn795299236ocn702594911ocn079991436ocn887800739ocn864974113ocn864676172ocn865124994ocn416020918ocn407138237ocn691681198ocn878708476ocn691544305ocn852234206ocn887801452ocn801959999ocn843420214ocn72522566749710ocn060932032visu19890.31Puccini, GiacomoMadama Butterfly Japanese tragedyTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsA heart-rending story about a sweet-natured Japanese girl and the caddish American lieutenant who marries then deserts her49028ocn169905845visu19830.47Wagner, RichardTristan et Isolde drame lyrique en 3 actesDramaFilm adaptationsA much deeper and darker tragedy in the form of this opera, a yearning for death in the guise of homesickness for the "dark land of night from which Tristan's mother sent him forth," determines Tristan's disposition and destiny from the beginning43416ocn071077570visu19880.30Verdi, GiuseppeRigoletto opera in three actsInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsRigoletto, the court jester, plans revenge against his daughter's seducer, the Duke3948ocn022097053visu19880.29Ponnelle, Jean-PierreRigoletto opera in three actsFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsA film of Verdi's opera based on Victor Hugo's play Le roi s'amuse38524ocn061143828visu19760.30Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusLe nozze di FigaroDramaFilm and video adaptationsMusical filmsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsAftermath of courtship by Count Almaviva to Rosina who had been the ward of Dr. Bartolo. The courtship involved the count in actions supported by the town barber Figaro. Dr. Bartolo and a former servant Marcellina conspire to seek revenge on Figaro35729ocn061145915visu19720.37Rossini, GioacchinoIl barbiere di SivigliaMusical settingsDramaFilm adaptationsMusic videosThe Barber of Seville, or The Useless Precaution (Il barbiere di Siviglia, ossia L'inutile precauzione) is an opera buffa in two acts by Gioachino Rossini with a libretto (based on Pierre Beaumarchais's comedy Le Barbier de Séville) by Cesare Sterbini. The overture, first written for Aureliano in Palmira, is a famous example of Rossini's characteristic Italian style. The première (under the title Almaviva, or the Useless Precaution) took place on February 20, 1816, at the Teatro Argentina, Rome. Rossini's opera follows the first of the plays from the Figaro trilogy, by French playwright Pierre Beaumarchais, while Mozart's opera Le nozze di Figaro, composed 30 years earlier in 1786, is based on the second part of the Beaumarchais trilogy33014ocn137290489visu19780.66Monteverdi, ClaudioL'Orfeo favola in musicaInterviewsDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsMonteverdi's reworking of the most popular of all Greek myths, that of Orpheus and Euridice29210ocn070107142visu19820.47Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusIdomeneoMusical settingsDramaTelevision adaptationsDuring a storm at sea, Idomeneo, King of Crete, vows to the god Neptune that, if he survives, he will sacrifice the first human he meets on shore, which turns out to be his son, Idamante+-+05195674253242907ocn137290497visu19880.74L'incoronazione di PoppeaDramaVirtue and love look on as evil triumphs in this, Monteverdi's operatic masterpiece23129ocn070553809visu19890.39Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusCosì fan tutte dramma giocoso in due attiCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsOperasFerrando and Guglielmo, two soldiers, make a wager that their respective lovers will be faithful in their absence20214ocn023002146visu19760.37Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusLe nozze di FigaroFilm adaptationsA filmed performance of Mozart's classic comic opera based on Beaumarchais' tale of romantic rivalry between a lecherous Count and his clever resourceful valet Figaro. The Count, neglecting his wife, pursues Susanna, Figaro's bride-to-be, but after much plotting and counter-plotting by all concerned he's exposed. He asks his wife's forgiveness and Figaro and Susanna are married18032ocn048645164visu19740.27Puccini, GiacomoMadama ButterflyMusical settingsInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsOperasOpera, sung in Italian14516ocn026165696visu19880.66Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusLa clemenza di TitoMusicDramaFilm adaptationsOperasA presentation of Mozart's opera in two acts1443ocn063269138visu19880.53Ponnelle, Jean-PierreLa Cenerentola melodramma giocoso in due attiFilm adaptationsA video production of the opera1437ocn137290526visu19860.56Rossini, GioacchinoL'Italiana in AlgeriInterviewsOperasOpera (dramma per musica) in a prologue and three acts by Claudio Monteverdi to an Italian libretto by Giacomo Badoaro, based on the final portion of Homer's Odyssey. It was first performed at the Teatro di SS Giovanni e Paolo in Venice in February 164013717ocn022856798visu19810.47Rossini, GioacchinoLa CenerentolaDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsSummary: An adaptation of the Cinderella story. The story is the familiar fairy tale but with the fairy element left out. In place of the fairy godmother, we have Alidoro, a philosophic person and friend of the Prince. The glass slipper is replaced with a pair of bracelets. One of these bracelets is given to the Prince at the ball and recognition of the other leads to the customary happy ending12911ocn057704836visu19760.66Verdi, GiuseppeVerdi's FalstaffMusical settingsDramaFilm adaptations"Taken from Shakespeare's The merry wives of Windsor and from several passages of Henry IV relating to the character of Falstaff"--Credits1257ocn070552503visu19920.66Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusMitridate re di PontoDramaFilm adaptationsOperasMozart's first major opera. A portrayal of the inner circle of the Roman Empire's fiercest enemy: Mithridates, king of Pontus11112ocn137290499visu19800.63Monteverdi, ClaudioIl ritorno d'Ulisse in patria dramma in musicaInterviewsDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptations"In the prologue Time, Fortune and Cupid claim to have control of human destiny and argue against Human Frailty. Penelope laments her situation, in the long absence of her husband, and beset by suitors. In a short scene of dalliance between Melanto and Eurymachus it becomes clear that the latter hopes that Melanto will persuade Penelope to give in. Elsewhere the Phaeacians return Ulysses to his country and Neptune, with the approval of Jupiter, punishes them for disobeying him, turning them into a rock. Ulysses, waking alone on the coast, is helped by Minerva, disguised as a shepherd, who tells him that he is now in Ithaca, his homeland, and explains the situation in his house. She advises him to adopt the disguise of an old beggar and leaves in order to bring Telemachus back from Sparta. In the palace Melanto tries to persuade Penelope to accept one of the suitors, but she refuses. Eumaeus, expelled from the court by the intruders, is happy in his pastoral life, mocked by Irus. Ulysses assures him that his master is alive, but does not reveal his identity. In the second act Telemachus returns and Ulysses reveals his identity to him, while Penelope, in the palace, rejects the suitors one by one. Eumaeus tells her that Telemachus has returned and Ulysses may soon follow. The suitors determine to kill Telemachus but are deterred by an omen. Helped by Minerva, Ulysses comes to the palace, still as a beggar, and seeks leave to compete with the suitors in drawing the bow that was his and that the suitors cannot bend. He kills the suitors, but it is only in the course of the third act that Penelope is eventually convinced of his true identity, leading to a final love duet."--Www.naxos.com (as viewed on May 24, 2007)10317ocn025823363visu19880.20Verdi, GiuseppeRigoletto a musical fantasy ringing of truth and filled with mystery and loveJuvenile worksDramaFilm adaptationsVerdi's opera, filmed on location in Mantua883ocn054479271book20040.93Bendikas, KristinaThe opera theatre of Jean-Pierre PonnelleCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+4039198225222ocn021293889book19890.97Ponnelle, Jean-PierreJean-Pierre Ponnelle, Arbeiten für Salzburg 1968-1988 : anlässlich der Ausstellung Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, das Salzburger Werk 1968-1988 : Pausen-Foyer, Grosses Festspielhaus, Faistauer-Foyer, Orpheus-Foyer, Kleines Festspielhaus, 27. Juli-31. August 1989Exhibition catalogs221ocn050091433book20020.79Busch, Max WJean-Pierre Ponnelle, 1932-1988 : Stiftung Archiv der Akademie der KünsteBiographyCatalogsExhibition catalogs71ocn870266064book20120.86Crespi Morbio, VittoriaJean-Pierre Ponnelle alla Scala31ocn031622289mix19940.74Overland, Gwendolyn AnnJean-Pierre Ponnelle and his design and direction of Aribert Reimann's opera, LearHistory11ocn665070041book19860.47Lippucci, AlessandraThe textual politics of operaCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn048271352book19990.96Bendikas, KristinaOpera productions of Jean-Pierre Ponnelle : the American years (1958-1987)11ocn053974401art1984Ponnelle, Jean-Pierre+-+0519567425324+-+0519567425324Thu Oct 16 16:10:02 EDT 2014batch35629