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Ten. Friend of Ormindo, former lover of Sicle. Creator (1644) unknown. Back - New Search Amina (Bellini : La sonnambula). Sop. An orphan, raised by the mill owner, Teresa, she is the sleep-walker of the opera's title. She is to marry the farmer Elvino and during their civil wedding Rodolfo returns to the village. Sleep-walking, Amina is seen in Rodolfo's room at the inn and Elvino cancels the wedding. Only when he sees her sleep-walking across the mill roof does he believe her innocent. Aria: Ah!
Daughter of Cuno, in love with Max. Arias: Und ob die Wolke sie verhülle (‘Even when the clouds hide it’); Wie nahte mir der Schlummer … Leise, leise (‘How could sleep come to me … Softly, softly’). Created (1821) by Caroline Seidler . Back - New Search Agave (Henze : The Bassarids). Mez. Daughter of King Cadmus of Thebes, mother of Pentheus, who succeeds to the throne. Hypnotized by Dionysus and his world, she leads the Bacchantes who kill Pentheus when he comes to their Mount Cythaeron, failing to recognize him as her son.
Back - New Search Akhnaten (Philip Glass ). Lib. p. Stuttgart 1984, cond. Dennis Russell Davies . Egypt, 1375 BC: Amenhotep III has died and his widow, Queen Tye, and their son, Akhnaten, join the funeral procession. Akhnaten is crowned. He builds a temple fortress, Akhetaten, and as he and his wife Nefertiti gradually withdraw to worship the sun and become more and more isolated from their people, the pharaohs are overthrown. Visitors come to see the remains of Akhetaten. The ghosts of Akhnaten and Nefertiti are seen amidst the ruins of the city.
A Dictionary of the Internet by Darrel Ince