carmen

An incantatory formula, magical and usually in verse, uttered on a certain note and with a certain rhythm.

Carmen

The opera, written in the genre of opéra comique with musical numbers separated by dialogue, tells the story of the downfall of Don José, a naïve soldier who is seduced by the wiles of the fiery Gypsy, Carmen. José abandons his childhood sweetheart and deserts from his military duties, yet loses Carmen`s love to the glamorous toreador Escamil....
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Carmen

(from the article `Bizet, Georges`) It was in the first flush of this new emotional maturity, but with the ardour and enthusiasm of youth still unshadowed, that he wrote his ... ...Britten`s Peter Grimes (1946) and Edmond Rostand`s Cyrano de Bergerac (1946). One of Guthrie`s best-known operas, the strikingly realistic ... ...its plot...
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Carmen

(from the article `Mérimée, Prosper`) ...(1833) was followed by his most famous novellas: Colomba (1840), the story of a young Corsican girl who forces her brother to commit murder for ...
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Carmen

(from the article `Petit, Roland`) ...whose heroine eats the gems her associates steal; and L`Oeuf à la coque (1949; `The Soft-Boiled Egg`), in which the leading female dancer hatches ...
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Carmen

(from the article `Saura, Carlos`) ...brujo (1986; Love the Magician)—were innovative versions of classic stories, done in collaboration with choreographer–lead actor–dancer Antonio ...
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Carmen

[1949 ballet] Carmen is a ballet created by Roland Petit and his company ‘Les Ballets de Paris’ at the Prince`s Theatre in London on 21 February 1949 which has entered the repertory of ballet companies in France and around the world. The original designs and costumes were by Antoni Clavé. The music is taken from the 1875 opéra comique...
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Carmen

[name] Carmen is a unisex given name that represents two names taken as one. Its first (and original) root is Italian and Spanish, used as a diminutive nickname for Carmel and Carmelo (respectively), from Hebrew karmel, `God`s vineyard.` The second (and more recent) origin is from Latin carmen, which means `song,` `tune,` or `poem` and is a...
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Carmen

[novella] Carmen is a novella by Prosper Mérimée, written and first published in 1845. It has been adapted into a number of dramatic works, including the famous opera by Georges Bizet. ==Sources== According to a letter Mérimée wrote to the Countess of Montijo, Carmen was inspired by a story she told him on his visit to Spain in 1830. He...
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Carmen

[storm] Cyclone Carmen was an extremely powerful extratropical cyclone and European windstorm that caused widespread damage in the American state of Maine, then crossed the Atlantic Ocean and affected the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. ==Meteorological history== Windstorm Carmen formed as a low-pressure syste...
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Carmen

[verse] In Ancient Rome, the term `carmen` was generally used to signify a verse; but in its proper sense, it referred to a spell or prayer, form of expiation, execration, etc. Surviving examples include the Carmen Arvale and the Carmen Saliare. ==Purposes== Spells and incantations were used for a variety of purposes. If a spell was intende...
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Carmen

archaic or obsolete terms > Occupations:Boatmen who steal wine out from the vessels they have charge of and replace the contents with water.
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Carmen

Carmen is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Carmen

Carmen is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `song` The name Carmen is most commonly given to Italian girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) Although in most countries Carmen is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 31 Carmen`s are boys. Use for the other sex: Carmelo, Carmine What do they use in other c...
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carmen

Latin, meaning: song, poem.
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Carmen

Meaning as a surname: Male person.
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carmen

song, poem.
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Carmen

The red grape originated in France. The name is derived possibly from the carmine Color of the grapes from. Synonyms are Bouton Blanc, Cabernella, Cabernet Carmen
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