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AIDA

all-trans retinoic acid, idarubicin. (chemotherapeutic agents used to treat promyelocytic leukemia).
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She is caught at her thundering best in the complete recordings she made of her Amneris, Azucena, and Santuzza.
Zarui Vardanean proved a convincing Amneris, and there were impressive performances from Vladimir Dragos (King Amonasro) and Valeriu Cojocaru (Ramfis, the High Priest).
Pharaoh's daughter Amneris also loves Radames and they are due to be wed, although Radames still yearns for Aida, who persuades him to flee into the desert with her.
Pharaoh's daughter Amneris also loves Radames and they are due to wed, although Radames still yearns for Aida, who persuades him to flee into the desert with her.
The main focus of the story is the love triangle between Radamis, performed by Antonio De Palma, Aida, performed by Iman Moustafa and Amneris, performed by Jolie Faizy.
Amneris, Aida's rival will be sung by star mezzo-soprano, Olga Borodina in her first Live in HD appearance.
She was Cherubino in the Belgium production of "Marriage of Figaro"; Azucena in a German production of "Il Trovatore"; Amneris in "Aida"; Eboli in "Don Carlo"; and Konchakovsna in Stravinsky's Prince Igor.
With an Italian libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni, it tells, in four acts, the tragic story of the doomed love affair between the enslaved Ethiopian princess Aida and an Egyptian military commander Radames, who in turn is loved by the Pharaoh's daughter Amneris.
Several different looks were created: a very harsh, dark, yet sweltering look for the Nubian slaves; a very clean, bright, and carefree look for Princess Amneris; a cool and confident look for Radames; and a dark and unnatural look for Zoser.