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feerie

(ˈfeɪərɪ)
n
a theatrical production, often opera or ballet, involving fairies and depicting fairy scenes and landscapes, popular in the 18th and 19th centuries
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Une feerie d'effets confronte la terre, l'eau et l'air, pour en saisir toute la complementarite et l'interdependance .
Durant pres de deux heures, les deux artistes ont tenu en haleine un public venu nombreux assister a cette feerie musicale.
The evening's concert program also features Massenet's Scenes de Feerie, Enesco's Romanian Rhapsody No.
The French review is bringing "a Taste of Moulin Rouge," where dancers will present a condensed performance of 8 minutes, paying homage to their world famous Feerie and Cancan.
Isabelle has already mastered the French Cancan and the pair are both performing 12 times weekly in the Moulin Rouge's current show Feerie.
Le donne hanno l'organizzazione dilicata, l'amore, talenti di ogni genere che costituiscono una feerie.
A influencia da companhia francesa Bataclan introduziria o genero feerie, temperando a revista com o luxo e a enfase no corpo feminino.
The Kapasan Theatre also played host to komedi stambul troupes, feerie stage acts and tableaux vivants.
The current show running is called Feerie, meaning Fairy, and is a visually stunning creation with 100 artists, 60 Dorris girls, 1000 costumes, 80 musicians, an aquarium with 40 tons of water, six horses, five pythons and 60 members of the chorus.
ce a fost a fost groaznic, ce este e suportabil, ce va fi va fi o-ncintare si-o feerie.
Le lendemain, elle ecrivait a son pere: 'Hier, j'ai fait un nouveau plan de roman en voyant une piece d'imagination et de feerie tout a fait remarquable'" (vii).
Le 4 aout 1578 s'est deroulee une feerie dont le peuple marocain se souvient toujours avec fierte.