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Gabrielli, Adriana     see     Ferrarese, Adriana

Gabrielli, Castora – (c1340 – 1391)
Italian nun and saint
Castora Gabrielli was the daughter of Petruccio Gabrielli, a leading citizen of Gubbio, and became the wife of Santuccio Sanfonerio, Conte di Castello. The couple resided at St Angelo in Vado after their marriage, which proved to be uncongenial. They had one son, whom Castora raised devotedly and piously. During her husband’s lifetime she devoted almost all of her time to works of charity, but with his death she joined the Third Order of St Francis. At her death she was buried in the habit of her order in the church at Vado. The church venerated her as a saint (June 14 or 15).

His best-known work is The Threepenny Opera (1928), a reworking of John Gay 's The Beggar's Opera written in collaboration with Bertolt Brecht . Engel directed the original production of The Threepenny Opera in 1928. It contains Weill's most famous song, " Mack the Knife " (" Die Moritat von Mackie Messer "). The stage success was filmed by G. W. Pabst in two language versions: Die 3-Groschen-Oper and L'opéra de quat' sous . Weill and Brecht tried to stop the film adaptation through a well publicised lawsuit—which Weill won and Brecht lost. Weill's working association with Brecht, although successful, came to an end over politics in 1930. Though Weill associated with socialism, [16] after Brecht tried to push the play even further into a left wing direction, Weill commented, according to his wife Lotte Lenya, that he was unable to "set the communist party manifesto to music." [17]

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