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For the opera by Busoni, see Arlecchino opera. Lovable rogue Gentleman detective Jack Trickster. Harlequin was modified to become “romantic and mercurial, instead of mischievous”, leaving Grimaldi’s mischievous and brutish Clown as the “undisputed agent” of chaos, and the foil for the more sophisticated Harlequin, arlquin retained stylized dance poses.

Truffa, Truffaldin or Truffaldino. For other uses, see Harlequin disambiguation. The role is traditionally believed to have been introduced by Zan Arleqyin in the late 16th century, [2] was definitively popularized by the Italian actor Tristano Martinelli in Paris in —, [3] and became a stock character after Martinelli’s goodoni in It originates with an Old French term herlequinhellequinfirst attested in the 11th century, by the chronicler Orderic Vitaliswho recounts a story of a monk who was pursued by a troop of demons when wandering on the coast of Normandy France at night.

Dragon Lady Femme fatale Tsundere. His sexual appetite is essentially immediate, and can be applied to any passing woman. He later develops into a prototype of the romantic hero. He is therefore always on the go, very agile and more acrobatic than any of the other Masks. He also is known to try to win any given lady for himself if he chances upon anyone else trying to woo her, by interrupting or ridiculing the new competitor. These authors speculate that Ganassa may have dropped the role in Spain, since apparently he gained too much weight to perform the required acrobatics.

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He was very successful, even playing at court and becoming a favourite of Henry IV of Franceto whom he addressed insolent monologues Compositions de Rhetorique de Mr. The character would never perform a simple action when golvoni addition of a cartwheelsomersault, or flip would spice up the movement.

Guazzetto’s mask is characterized with a hooked nose and a mustache. Originally speaking in a Golxoni dialect, the character adopted a mixture of French and Italian dialects when the character became more of fixture in France so as to help the performers to connect to the common masses. A servant or valet clad in mostly white, created by Giovanni Pellesini.

The Harlequin is characterized by his chequered costume. The Living and the Dead in Medieval Society.

Byronic hero Man alone Tragic hero. This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat Occasionally, Arlecchino would pursue the innamorata, though rarely with success, as in the Recueil Fossard of the 16th century where he is shown trying to woo Donna Lucia for himself by masquerading as a foreign nobleman. The physical appearance of Hellequin offers an explanation for the traditional colours arlequun Harlequin’s red-and-black mask.

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Retrieved from ” https: The primary aspect of Arlecchino was his physical agility. The production was a hit, and the new costume design was copied by others in London.

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One theory posits that the name is derived from a bird with polychromatic feathers called a Harle [5] Another theory suggest that the name Harlequin is taken from that of a mischievous “devil” or “demon” character in popular French passion plays. Tristano Martinelli is the first actor definitely known to golvoni used the name ‘Harlequin’ or ‘Arlequin’ for the secondo zanni role, and he probably first performed the part in France in or just before and only later brought the character to Italy, where he became known as Arlecchino.

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