En el caso de Dido
, el proposito de esta prueba retorica es suscitar la compasion en Eneas.
After Maria became pregnant, Lindsay brought her to England, where Dido
is believed to have been born.
Rahman on something else at his studio and he asked me if I'd like to collaborate on this song, for his soundtrack of 127 Hours ," Dido
Se trata de un pasaje breve, pero que dara pie inmediatamente a la introduccion de Dido
, que surge de los comentarios de Ercilla acerca de la fidelidad de las araucanas, tan loable como el firme amor de la reina de Cartago por su fallecido esposo (21), cuestionado por uno de sus companeros de armas:
By contrast, the ragged Aeneas was naturally inclined towards the domestic, ready to fall in love with Dido
and make a home in Carthage.
Names for the queen varied considerably but might be Calpurnia, Medea, or Dido
, legendary women of wealth and position.
Bereniece Jones, who sang a regal Dido
, had a strong vibrato in her lower and middle registers, especially as each note faded, but her voice opened to a lustrous sound in her upper range.
Through sexy whispers and strained falsetto, Dido
displays a voice that could easily lure an unsuspecting lover into bed (but, in turn, make it hard to get him out).
Christopher Marlowe's Dido
, Queene of Carthage is an obscure, early work that no one seems to pay much attention to except Marlowe scholars, who prefer to occasionally study what makes Marlowe's first attempt at writing for the stage a very bad play, a reputation it thoroughly deserves.
Mark Morris' Dido
and Aeneas looms as one of his towering works, perhaps the apotheosis of his profound partnering with Baroque vocal music.
3) It has already been suggested that Virgil's version of the Dido
story in the Aeneid inspired the episode of the so-called "African mistress" (Cleary and Sherwood 185-86; Lothe 177-96, Firchow 25).
Home-grown acts Coldplay and Dido
came in second and third too.
ELIZABETH BELLE (or Dido
Elizabeth Belle Lindsay, as she is sometimes known) was the illegitimate daughter of an aristocratic English naval captain, later admiral, Sir John Lindsay (1737-88).
95) provides fans of Wolves Of Willoughby Chase characters with an exciting new Dido
DEMURE singer Dido
has a new passion - enjoying lots of hot, steamy lovemaking.