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Meaning of "Chaliapin" in the English dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD CHALIAPIN

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PRONUNCIATION OF CHALIAPIN

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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF CHALIAPIN

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Chaliapin is a noun.
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WHAT DOES CHALIAPIN MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Chaliapin

Feodor Chaliapin

Feodor Ivanovich Chaliapin (Russian: Фёдор Ива́нович Шаля́пин, tr. Fëdor Ivanovič Šalâpin, IPA: ( listen); February 13 1873 – April 12, 1938) was a Russian opera singer. The possessor of a large, deep and expressive bass voice, he enjoyed an important international career at major opera houses and is often credited with establishing the tradition of naturalistic acting in his chosen art form. During the first phase of his career, Chaliapin endured direct competition from three other great basses: the powerful Lev Sibiriakov (1869–1942), the more lyrical Vladimir Kastorsky (1871–1948), and Dmitri Buchtoyarov (1866–1918), whose voice lay between the extremes exemplified by Sibiriakov and Kastorsky. The fact that Chaliapin is far and away the best remembered of this magnificent quartet of rival basses is a testament to the magnetic power of his personality, the acuteness of his musical interpretations, and the vividness of his performances.

Definition of Chaliapin in the English dictionary

The definition of Chaliapin in the dictionary is Fyodor Ivanovich. 1873–1938, Russian operatic bass singer.

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE CHALIAPIN

Chaldaea
Chaldaean
Chaldaic
Chaldea
Chaldean
Chaldee

WORDS THAT END LIKE CHALIAPIN

chincapin
chinkapin
chinquapin
Chopin
Crispin
diamondback terrapin
giant chinquapin
hairpin
jalapin
kingpin
lapin
lupin
on the spin
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repin
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terrapin
Turpin
underpin
water chinquapin

Synonyms and antonyms of Chaliapin in the English dictionary of synonyms

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Translation of «Chaliapin» into 25 languages

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TRANSLATION OF CHALIAPIN

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Translator English - Chinese

夏里亚宾
1,325 millions of speakers

Translator English - Spanish

Chaliapin
570 millions of speakers

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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
280 millions of speakers

Translator English - Russian

Шаляпин
278 millions of speakers

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Chaliapin
270 millions of speakers

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Chaliapin
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Chaliapine
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Chaliapin
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Schaljapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Translator English - Marathi

चॅलापिन
75 millions of speakers

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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Translator English - Ukrainian

Шаляпін
40 millions of speakers

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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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Chaliapin
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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CHALIAPIN»

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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Chaliapin

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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHALIAPIN»

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Chaliapin: a critical biography
Traces the life and career of one of the Soviet Union's greatest singers and a reformer of twentieth-century opera who, in spite of his popularity in his own country, was little known to the West
Victor Borovsky, 1988
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Stravinsky and the Russian Traditions: A Biography of the ...
It had come from Chaliapin. He, too, it seems, had been offended at the notion of revising Rimsky's redaction; and, as reported in the press, "since Dia- ghilev continues to insist on restoring Khopanshchina, F. I. Chaliapin has announced that ...
Richard Taruskin, 1996
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LIFE
Of all the U.S. tourists who have Hocked to Russia, few have had such a warm and boisterous reception as did Boris Chaliapin, son of the world- famed Russian basso, Feodor Chaliapin. Although the father had gone into political exile in 1921  ...
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Moscow: A Cultural History
Sergei Rachmaninov was hired by Mamontov to work as a conductor at the Opera, and it was Mamontov who first brought the name of Fyodor Chaliapin to public prominence in Russia. Chaliapin was a phenomenally talented bass singer, ...
Caroline Brooke, 2006
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The Teatro Solís: 150 Years of Opera, Concert and Ballet in ...
Chaliapin. The company, which originated in Moscow's Theater Kamerny and was led by Alexandre Tairoff, showed a variety of theatrical art in seven performances. From an Oscar Wilde drama to two of Charles Lecocq's French operettas, ...
Susana Salgado, 2003
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Encyclopedia of Music in the 20th Century
Lol Henderson, Lee Stacey. FYODOR CHALIAPIN Fyodor Chaliapin was the first great singing actor of the 20th century and one of the most famous and influential Russian basses of all time. Recordings of his performances of art songs and ...
Lol Henderson, Lee Stacey, 2014
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St Petersburg: A Cultural History
The great draw there was the incredibly popular basso Fyodor Chaliapin in the exotic opera Judith by the composer Alexander Serov, who had died almost forty years earlier. The young Tchaikovsky had adored this opera and it clearly ...
Solomon Volkov, 2010
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Views of Russia & Russian Works on Paper
1927, near the end oF Fedor iVanoVich chaliapin's (1873-1938) career, the newspaper Wiener Zeitung declared: 'it is almost impossible to separate chaliapin the singer from chaliapin the actor. each works for the other. where the singer ends, ...
Roy Bolton, 2010
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Bronislava Nijinska--early Memoirs
You have been seen too often with Chaliapin." "What is wrong with my being seen with Chaliapin? We are always in public places; I am never alone with him. When Chaliapin asks me out he always invites other artists too." "Bronia, I think it  ...
Bronislava Nijinska, Irina Nijinska, Jean Rawlinson, 1992
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Russia & Europe in the Nineteenth Century
Portrait. ofFedor. Chaliapin. signed in Cyrillic 'II. Repin 1 8 8 " * (lower right) and with various collectors' stamps and inscriptions pencil on paper laid on hoard 33.8 x 2S.S cm (131. x 10 in) :V \ □ i ILYAYEFIMOVICH REPIN (Chuguyev, Ukraine ...
Sphinx Fine Art, Edward Strachan, Roy Bolton, 2008

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHALIAPIN»

Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term Chaliapin is used in the context of the following news items.
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A Musical Set in the Mind of Sergei Rachmaninoff
... buddy, the legendary basso Feodor Chaliapin (the sexy and certain Joseph Keckler), takes him on a trip to meet Tolstoy, one of Rach's gods. «The New Yorker, Jun 15»
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Review: In 'Preludes,' a Hypnotist Tries to Get Rachmaninoff to Make …
That observation is made by Feodor Chaliapin, the celebrated Russian ... Chaliapin is played and sung (beautifully) by Joseph Keckler, while ... «New York Times, Jun 15»
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Concerts to take place around globe to mark Day of Russia in the …
... those that were heard in Paris in the early 20th century when Feodor Chaliapin, Alexander Vertinsky, and Russian choirs performed there.”. «Russia Beyond the Headlines, Jun 15»
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Orson Welles: At every stage he did it his way
On other occasions, to other listeners, Welles confided his conviction that his father was in fact the great Russian bass Fyodor Chaliapin, ... «The Australian, May 15»
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New book sings the praises of Fyodor Shalyapin's tour to Australia …
When the great Russian singer Feodor Chaliapin left Russia in 1922, his first long tour was to the southern hemisphere, where in just three ... «Russia Beyond the Headlines, May 15»
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Don't believe Orson Welles, says his biographer Simon Callow …
On other occasions, to other listeners, Welles confided his conviction that his father was in fact the great Russian bass Fyodor Chaliapin, ... «Spectator.co.uk, May 15»
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Singing of Spain
Listening to him brought the great Feodor Chaliapin to mind, since Lavrov also is able to imbue every syllable with character and meaning. «Washington Post, May 15»
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Remember The Day; A Life In The Balance; Tonight We Sing! (Fox …
Attending the opera with his fiance, Emma (Anne Bancroft), Sol is mesmerized by singer Feodor Chaliapin (Ezio Pinza). Worming his way into ... «DVD Talk, Apr 15»
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Amaga Gotti: “I was called Chaliapin in a skirt in Vladikavkaz”
Hello Amaga! I have read a lot about you, and I've heard that you have a unique voice which is called a dramatic soprano. Have you been ... «vestnik kavkaza, Feb 15»
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Stravinsky: As I See Myself
A superb artist, his fame might have equalled Chaliapin's had he cared to travel outside Russia, but nothing would persuade him to leave his ... «Gramophone, Feb 15»

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« EDUCALINGO. Chaliapin [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/chaliapin>. Jul 2019 ».
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