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Julius Caesar

Handel's opera telling the story of Julius Ceasar and Cleopatra, and the conquest of Egypt by the Romans.

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  • "Opera centering around Cleopatra's manipulation of Caesar and Ptolemy."
  • "Handel's opera telling the story of Julius Ceasar and Cleopatra, and the conquest of Egypt by the Romans."@en
  • "Set in ancient Egypt depicting the political struggles between Ptolemy and Cleopatra. Through Caesar's intervention Cleopatra is eventually victorious, becoming Queen of Egypt, and together, amid general rejoicing they proclaim their eternal love."@en
  • "A studio performance of one of Handel's best known operas by the English National Opera. The opera, a tale of love and power based on Shakespeare's play, was first performed in 1724 at the Haymarket Theatre in London using castrati singers in the heroes roles. This production follows modern practice in using women in these parts, and in particular, Dame Janet Baker creates the virtuoso role of Julius Caesar."
  • "Présentation de l'opéra de Handel sur un livret de Nicola Haym traduit par Brian Trowell, avec l'orchestre et les choeurs de l'English National Opera dirigés par Charles Mackerras. Principaux rôles: Janet Baker (Julius Caesar), Valerie Masterson (Cléopâtre), Sarah Walker (Cornelia)."
  • "This lavish John Copley production follows modern practice in using women in the heroes roles. Dame Janet Baker stars in the virtuoso role of Julius Caesar which has been heralded as a masterful interpretation in this exquisitely staged tale of love and power."@en
  • "First performed in 1724 at the Haymarket Theatre in London, this lavish John Copley production uses women in the key roles."
  • "Concertopname gemaakt in 1984."
  • "Summary: Caesar, after the assassination of his Roman adversary Pompey by the Egyptians at Alexandria, is himself overwhelmed in a failed murder attempt by Ptolemy's son Achillas. Caesar is believed to be drowned. Caesar returns with Roman legions, rescues the wife and son of Ptolemy and enthrones Cleopatra as Queen of Egypt."@en
  • "Caesar arrives in Egypt, hailed as conqueror. Cleopatra, rival of Sextus for the throne of Egypt tries to conquer Caesar with her beauty. She soon falls in love with Caesar and helps him escape to sfety when mobs attack the palace. Caesar is eventually victorius in battle and crowns Cleopatra queen."@en
  • ""A studio performance of one of Handel's best known operas by the English National Opera. The Opera, a tale of love and power based on Shakespeare's play, was first performed in 1724 at the Haymarket Theatre in London using castrati singers in the heroes roles. This lavish production follows modern practice in using women in these parts, and in particular, Dame Janet Baker creates the virtuoso role of JuliusCaesar."--[Source inconnue]."
  • "Opera based on Cleopatra's manipulation of Julius Caesar and Ptolemy."
  • "A studio performance of one of Handel's best known operas by the English National Opera. The opera, a tale of love and power based on Shakespeare's play, was first performed in 1724 at the Haymarket Theatre in London using castrati singers in the heroes' roles. This production follows modern practice in using women in these parts, and in particular, Dame Janet Baker creates the virtuoso role of Julius Caesar."
  • "A studio performance of one of Handel's best known operas by the English National Opera. The Opera, a tale of love and power based on Shakespeare's play, was first performed in 1724 at the Haymarket Theatre in London using castrati singers in the heroes roles. This lavish production follows modern practice in using women in these parts, and in particular, Dame Janet Baker creates the virtuoso role of Julius Caesar."@en
  • "A studio performance of one of Handel's best known operas by the English National Opera. The Opera, a tale of love and power based on Shakespeare's play, was first performed in 1724 at the Haymarket Theatre in London using castrati singers in the heroes roles. This lavish production follows modern practice in using women in these parts, and in particular, Dame Janet Baker creates the virtuoso role of Julius Caesar."
  • "Opera, in three acts, centering around Cleopatra's manipulation of Caesar and Ptolemy."
  • "Summary: Caesar, after the assassination of his Roman adversary Pompey by the Egyptians at Alexandria, is himself overwhelmed in a failed murder attempt by Ptolemy's son Achillas. Caesar is believed to be drowned. Caesar returns with Roman legions, rescues the wife and son of Pompey and enthrones Cleopatra as Queen of Egypt."@en

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  • "Drama"
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Filmed operas."
  • "Filmed operas."@en
  • "Film adaptations."@en
  • "Film adaptations"@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Opera."@en
  • "Feature films."@en
  • "musique instrumentale orchestrale (musique classique)"
  • "musique dramatique vocale (musique classique)"
  • "Musical films."
  • "Television feature."@en
  • "Televised operas"

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  • "Julius Caesar."
  • "Giulio Cesare in Egitto"
  • "English National Opera production of Julius Caesar"
  • "Jules Cesar"
  • "Julius Caesar"@es
  • "Julius Caesar"
  • "Julius Caesar"@en
  • "Julius Caesar /"
  • "Julius Caesar : [Oper in drei Akten von Nicola Francesco Haym] /"
  • "Julius Caesar = Giulio Cesare : Opéra en trois actes sur un livret de Nicolas Haym /"
  • "Julius Caesar [opera in three acts] /"@en
  • "Julius Caesar : Oper in 3 Akten /"
  • "JULIUS CAESAR"@en
  • "Julius Caesar [video]"
  • "Julius Caesar opera in three acts /"
  • "Julius Caesar opera in three acts /"@en
  • "Julius Caesar opera /"
  • "Julius Caesar : opera in three acts /"

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