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Indeed, Francesco was played by Lou Castel, mostly recognizable to Italian audiences for his role in Bellocchio's provocative I pugni in tasca (Fists in the Pocket, 1965).
I ragazzi facevano la guerra coi pugni e i letterati coi libri, ma e degno da osservarsi quanto questa guerra di libri fosse fatta senza giudizio, benche vi militassero uomini di buon ingegno e fra questi uno di altissimo come il Parini.
Act 2 featured excerpts from ballet classics like 'Flames of Paris,' composed by Asafaweb and choreographed by Ratmansky, with soloists Regine Magbitang and Joseph Phillips; 'Romeo and Juliet' by Prokofiev and Pazik, danced by Joni Galeste and Jimmy Lumba; 'Diana and Actaeon' by Pugni and Pugni, performed by Nica Ilagan and Jared Tan; 'Paquita (Wedding Scene: Grand Pas de Deux)' by Minkus and Deldevez, choreographed by Mazilier and danced once again by Regine and Joseph.
Cesare Bonesana, Marques de Beccaria, formaba parte de un grupo de jovenes ilustrados que se reunia en la Accademia dei Pugni (Societa dei Pugni) de Milan.
Su repertorio abarca ademas los protagonicos de Madama Butterfly de Puccini, Rigoletto de Verdi, La vida breve de Manuel de Falla, La mulata de Cordoba de Jose Pablo Moncayo, Don Gil de Alcala de Manuel Penella, pero tambien musica de vanguardia como La partita a Pugni de Vieri Tosatti o El juego de los insectos de Federico Ibarra o El regreso de Orestes de Roberto Banuelas.
Not surprisingly, the ideal Fascist attributes of virility, dynamism, and absolute leadership are translated into the realm of children's literature, in which heroes become "prototypes of the Italiano Nuovo'" (156), language simulates Fascist discourse, and Fascist symbols and allusions abound, even if this facade perhaps masked, in at least one case Myers discusses (Giovanni Bertinetti's / pugni di Med), a subtly anti-Fascist stance.
Prolactin (Prl) is a peptide hormone and has many effects including, for example, lactation regulation (Charoenphandhu, Wongdee, & Krishnamra, 2010), sexual gratification after sexual act (Granata, Pugni, Rochira, Zirilli, & Carani, 2012), proliferation of oligodendrocyte precursor cells (U.
Pietro Verri established the Accademia dei Pugni ('The Punching Academy') in Milan in 1761.
And, finally in this trilogy of case studies, the "Indian" Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance (1817) by Irish poet Thomas Moore, a set of four long verse tales connected by a prose story that enjoyed a phenomenal international success, is followed through its equally remarkable and wide-ranging set of musical responses: from Schumann (Das Paradies und die Peri (1843)), David (Lalla-Roukh (1862)), Cesare Pugni (Lalla Rookh, or, The Rose of Lahore (1846)), and others.
5 scenes, inspired by Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo, choreographed by Jules Perrot, with music by Cesare Pugni.
Il contrasto fra queste prime pagine, sospese nel vuoto (si trovano prima dei frontespizio e prima, dunque, del "vero" inizio del libro) dal carattere appunto popolare e antiletterario, fa a pugni con la rarefazione geometrica, purista, della riduzione "visuale" dei versi.
Pentru a marca rumoarea lor bata- ioasa, isi luasera un nume provocator, Societatea dei Pugni (Societatea loviturilor de pumn).