Pulcinella

Character in commedia dell'arte; see Punchinello. ...
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Pulcinella

[ballet] Pulcinella is a ballet by Igor Stravinsky based on an 18th-century play—Pulcinella is a character originating from Commedia dell`arte. The ballet premiered at the Paris Opera on 15 May 1920 under the baton of Ernest Ansermet. The dancer Léonide Massine created both the libretto and choreography, and Pablo Picasso designed the or
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Pulcinella

Pulcinella, pultʃiˈnɛlla; often called Punch or Punchinello in English, Polichinelle in French, is a classical character that originated in the commedia dell`arte of the 17th century and became a stock character in Neapolitan puppetry. ==Name== A plausible theory derives his name from the diminutive of Italian pulcino (`chick`), on account a...
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Pulcinella

Term for an Italian region of Umbria in the common small and compact with braided straw wine bottle. Among other things, partly because the whites Est! Est! Est! Tues Montefiascone and Orvieto bottled. The name means "little chick" (pulcino = chick) and was originally a figure of the southern Italian and Neapolitan folk theater. There Pul
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