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Coppelia is an ice cream parlor chain in Cuba. Coppelia is state-run and sells in both Cuban pesos and Cuban convertible pesos. Havana's Coppelia, for instance, employs more than 400 workers and serves 4,250 US gallons of ice cream to 35,000 customers each day.
Coppelia is a fictional character from the 2000 film Delibes: Coppélia.
- "Coppelia" a.k.a. "Coppélia" is a comic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Léon to the music of Léo Delibes, with libretto by Charles Nuitter. Nuitter's libretto and mise-en-scène was based upon two stories by ETA Hoffmann: Der Sandmann, and Die Puppe. Coppélia premiered on 25 May 1870 at the Théâtre Impérial l'Opéra, with the 16-year-old Giuseppina Bozzacchi in the principal role of Swanhilde. Its first flush of success was interrupted by the Franco-Prussian War and the siege of Paris – which also led to the early death of Giuseppina Bozzacchi, on her 17th birthday – but eventually it became the most-performed ballet at the Opéra.
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- "Coppelia" a.k.a. "Coppélia National Philharmonic Orchestra/Bonynge" is a musical album of Léo Delibes.
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- "Coppelia" a.k.a. "Coppélia" is a musical album of Mark Ermler, Léo Delibes, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
- "Coppelia" is a cataloged instance, composition.
- music and lyrics by Max Coppella
"Coppelia" a.k.a. "Coppélia" is a book by Nancy Goldner.
- also known as "Coppélia: New York City Ballet"
- "Coppelia" is a film.
- "Coppelia" is a film.
- "Coppelia" a.k.a. "Delibes: Coppélia (Royal Opera)": Delibes: Coppélia is a 2000 fantasy and music film written by Charles Nuitter and Arthur Saint-Leon, and directed by Ross MacGibbon.
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Cuba’s Place in the Global Health Landscape by Robert Huish
Coppelia is a famous open-air ice cream parlour that is tremendously popular among Cubans for dishing out high-quality ice cream in Cuban national pesos. As ELAM students have national student cards, they, too, get to enjoy the ice ...
Christensen Brothers (2014)
An American Dance Epic by Debra Hickenlooper Sowell
"The repetition in performance of Swan Lake, Raymonda, Sylphides, and Coppelia means that audiences will eventually be able to appreciate nuance and degrees of ability On classic ballet let tomorrow's repertory be based."2'1 While Willam ...
by Gayle Kassing
Coppelia is a delightful ballet still performed today. It contains many romantic and fantastic elements. Classical Ballet During the last quarter of the 19th century, classical ballet emerged in Russia. The classical form emerged from a melding of ...
Beyond Recognition (1994)
Representation, Power, and Culture by Craig Owens, Scott Stewart Bryson
Coppelia is a product of this historical moment. Here, the mechanistic worldview, personified by Coppelius, is confronted with and defeated by the superior intelligence and vitality of a single peasant girl, Swanilda. Restatement of the action ...
Containing Concise Sketches of Over 2000 Prominent Composers and Explanations of More Than 3000 Musical Terms
several Ballets (“Sylvia”, Coppelia” &c.) a mass, choral works, songs, Pf. music &c . Delicatamente, Delicato (It) Delicately. Delicatezza, con (It.) With delicacy. Delicatissimo (It.) Very delicately. DELIOUX, cHARLEs. French comp. B. Lorient, April ...
a light and un- classical character; among others, Delibes, who wrote such charming ballet music as the "Coppelia" and "Sylvia"; Lalo, who wrote chamber music, and very effective violin concertos, as well as orchestral music; Saint- Saens, ...
The Americas by Don Rubin, Carlos Solorzano
Significant among the different styles it has worked in have been Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia, La Fille mal gardee, Carmen, Don Quixote, Petrushka, Hamlet and Bodas de sangre. Alonso, director of both the Ballet Nacional de Cuba and the ...
by William Lines Hubbard
Coppelia, ou La Fille Aux Yeux d'Email (Coppelia, or The Girl with the Glass Eyes ) — A French ballet by Clement Delibes, first produced at Paris in 1870. This ballet is based upon the pretty comedy " Coppelia." It is Delibes' greatest success ...
Covering the Entire Period of Musical History from the Earliest Times to the Season of 1908-09 by Leander Jan Bekker
composed the ballets " Coppelia " and " Sylvia," which are among the most beautiful in modern repertoire, the opera " LAKME," and many other less successful dramatic works, choruses, songs; taught in the ...
Addendum to 6th Edition: 2012-2014 by Lutz Schmadel
Coppelia. [2.66 ...
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- Floribunda-Rose "Coppelia" ( Meilland 1976 )
Floribunda-Rose "Coppelia" ( Meilland 1976 )
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- COAL PIPE
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