Dafne

Dafne is the earliest known work that, by modern standards, could be considered an opera. The libretto by Ottavio Rinuccini survives complete; the mostly-lost music was completed by Jacopo Peri, but at least two of the six surviving fragments are by Jacopo Corsi. Dafne was first performed during Carnival of 1598 (1597 old style) at the Palazzo Cor...
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DAFNE

DAFNE or DAΦNE (Double Annular Φ Factory for Nice Experiments), is an electron-positron collider at the INFN Frascati National Laboratory in Frascati, Italy. Since 1999 it has been colliding electrons and positrons at a center of mass energy of 1.02 GeV to create phi mesons (φ). 85% of these decay into kaons (K), whose physics is the subject of...
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Dafne

(from the article `opera`) Although Heinrich Schütz composed Dafne, the first known opera with a German text, and heard it played at Torgau on April 23, 1627, the active ... ...an aesthetic educator and translator have assumed much importance. He translated from Heinsius, Grotius, Seneca, and Sophocles; he partly ... [2 related ...
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Dafne

(from the article `Peri, Jacopo`) In collaboration with Ottavio Rinuccini and Jacopo Corsi, Peri is best-known for composing what was probably the first opera, Dafne (1598), and also, ... The honour of being deemed the first opera usually is given to a setting by Peri of Dafne by the Renaissance pastoral poet Ottavio Rinuccini. It was ....
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Dafne

[Opitz-Schütz] Die Dafne (1627) to a libretto by Martin Opitz (which survives), and music by Heinrich Schütz (which is lost), has traditionally been regarded as the first German opera,{clarify|reason=What does that imply? That everything was sung?|date=January 2014} though it has also been proposed more recently that it was in fact a spok...
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Dafne

Dafne is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `laurel tree` The name Dafne is most commonly given to Italian girls. (11 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Dafnie, Dafnee, Dafna Similar names are: Dagne, Dayne, Dane, Dawne, Danne
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