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This is about as unconventional and controversial as an opera video can get. Opinions on it range from wildly enthusiastic to uncompromisingly negative, with little in between. I find it extraordinarily powerful and (once some mental adjustments are made) theatrically convincing. Maria Stuarda, an opera by Donizetti based on a play by Schiller, exists in two rather different editions--from 1834 and 1835. Both are represented musically in parts of this production, with considerable rewriting by Bonynge (as was done in Donizetti's time) to show off the spectacular voices of Sutherland and Tourangeau. As if that was not complicated enough, this 1988 production, a joint project of Czech and German television, uses the 1975 Decca recording for its music, with Czech performers doing skilled lip synchronization. In nonmusical connecting passages, they synchronize to Schiller's original German script. For full enjoyment, you have to expand the usual suspension of disbelief to cover frequent shifts between spoken German and sung Italian, in which you never hear the actual voices of the people you see on the screen. Not a promising description, but it works like a charm. The Czech actors, the German speaking voices, and the recorded singers are all first-class and Petr Weigl has blended their efforts with dazzling skill. Most hard-core opera fans, who have already accepted the concept of two British queens singing at one another in Italian, should be able to handle the whole package. The story (of the condemnation and execution of Mary, Queen of Scots, by her rival, Queen Elizabeth I) is a powerful one, and both Schiller and Donizetti have exploited it for all its worth. The central scene--a face-to-face confrontation between Mary and Elizabeth--never actually happened, but it makes crackling drama, and in this production it has enormous impact. --Joe McLellan
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Kňažko seeks €100000 from Týždeň for libel - The Slovak Spectator

Former Bratislava mayoral candidate Milan Kňažko will seek an apology and compensation of €100,000 from W Press, the publisher of the Týždeň weekly, through a lawsuit, Kňažko confirmed on January 20. The actor-professor turned politician is suing... Kňažko particularly takes objection to the statement made by reporter Marek Vagovič, which said he was beholden to oligarch Ivan Kmotrík. a despicable intrigue,” Kňažko said, according to the TASR newswire. “As I’m sure you know, the term 'biely kôň' [literally white horse] he used to describe me refers to criminals. ” Kňažko is convinced that such accusations could have influenced the results of the mayoral election in which he ended up third behind Ivo Nesrovnal and Milan Ftáčnik. The mudslinging went on throughout the campaign, Kňažko said. ” “I believed that such lawsuits and crazy compensation amounts were the fixture of [former Supreme Court and Judicial Council chair Štefan] Harabin’s era,” Týždeň Editor Štefan Hríb said. “I also hoped that after having founded the HZDS, Milan Kňažko has developed some common sense. Former Bratislava mayoral candidate Milan Kňažko will seek an apology and compensation of €100,000 from W Press, the publisher of the Týždeň weekly, through a lawsuit, Kňažko confirmed on January 20. The actor-professor turned politician is suing... Kňažko particularly takes objection to the statement made by reporter Marek Vagovič, which said he was beholden to oligarch Ivan Kmotrík. a despicable intrigue,” Kňažko said, according to the TASR newswire. “As I’m sure you know, the term 'biely kôň' [literally white horse] he used to describe me refers to criminals. Kňažko is convinced that such accusations could have influenced the results of the mayoral election in which he ended up third behind Ivo Nesrovnal and Milan Ftáčnik. The mudslinging went on throughout the campaign, Kňažko said. “I believed that such lawsuits and crazy compensation amounts were the fixture of [former Supreme Court and Judicial Council chair Štefan] Harabin’s era,” Týždeň Editor Štefan Hríb said. “I also hoped that after having founded the HZDS, Milan Kňažko. Source: spectator.sme.sk

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  • Kňažko seeks €100000 from Týždeň for libel

    01/21/15 ,via The Slovak Spectator

    Former Bratislava mayoral candidate Milan Kňažko will seek an apology and compensation of €100,000 from W Press, the publisher of the Týždeň weekly, through a lawsuit, Kňažko confirmed on January 20. The actor-professor turned politician is suing the 

  • Toto tu ešte nebolo! Kaliňák šokuje a chce návrat Ivety Radičovej

    05/09/15 ,via Pluska.sk

    politici, akým bola aj Radičová, si miesto v nej zaslúžia. Na krste nechýbal ani šéf KDH Ján Figeľ a hovorkyňa hnutia Natália Žembová či expremiér Mikuláš Dzurinda, exminister práce Ľudovít Kaník, Milan Kňažko, ako aj druhá tvár novembra 89 Ján Budaj.

Recipes

  • Sabzi Milan

    beans, cauliflower, coconut, tomato, carrot, garlic, cardamom, vegetable oil, coriander seed, cumin, garam masala, chili powder, water, coriander, ginger, salt

Books

  • Slovakia Since Independence

    Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. ISBN: 0275961893,9780275961893. 247 pages.

    Goldman examines the difficulties and uncertainties of developing a viable democratic society in Slovakia. After a review of Slovak-Czech relations following the founding of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1918, Goldman deals with governmental structure, political behavior, economic organization and ambition, socio-cultural problems, and foreign policy, especially Slovakia's relations with the EU, the United States, Russia, and its Central European neighbors.

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Milan Knazko - IMDb

Milan Knazko. Actor: Jan Hus, Doktor Martin, Kriminálka Staré Mesto, Hranari, Ceresnovy chlapec, Domina, Nepolepsitelný, Normal, V hlavní roli, Bozí duha, Ulice ...

Milan Kňažko - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Milan Kňažko (born 28 August 1945) is a Slovak actor and politician. ... Knazko, Milan: Alternative names: Short description: Slovak actor and politician: Date of ...

Milan Kňažko | kandidát na primátora Bratislavy

Dnes strana Sieť a Pravá koalícia podporili moju kandidatúru na post primátora Bratislavy. Vážim si túto podporu, aj keď naďalej zostávam nezávislý.

Milan Kňažko (@KnazkoMilan) | Twitter

Milan Kňažko @ KnazkoMilan · Jan 22 ... Nový blog M. Kňažka: NIEKOĽKO SLOV http:// blogy.hnonline.sk/milan-knazko/n iekolko-slov#.VH9DUpcqSQM.twitter ...

Milan Knazko

Milan Knazko

Photo: Milan Kňažko

Photo: Milan Kňažko

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