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Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate

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The curtain is fixed at the top to a bar and it is endowed with a pocket with a bar at the bottom. A fly facility predisposed on purpose, the so-called in Italian ''Tiro in seconda'' (fly facility in second position), generally with manual operation, allows to lift the lower half of the curtain up to the Podul de scena, until the lower half disappears from the sight going up on the back, behind the higher half.The system is used above all for the historical curtains or for the backdrops that cannot climb ''in prima'' (in the first position, near the proscenium) because of some impediment, that means that they cannot be pulled up to the Podul de scena until they disappear.The most common impediment is the insufficient height of the Podul de scena.
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In the sketch, the bar of the top (stangone di testa) is not fixed but it is endowed with a fly facility, the stable fly facility (tiro stabile).The stable fly facility and the second fly facility (tiro di ordimento) are both counterbalanced and separated in order to be able to lift together or autonomously the respective bars.At choice, a lapel of the Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate near its foot can contain a rotating bar (burattino) that maintains the Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate stretched during the lifting of the bar of the bottom (stangone di piede), avoiding the fluttering of the curtain.
The system of the Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate is even more commonly used for the lifting of scenographical fundaluri. La stânga: a fundal that can be lifted vertically to the flyloft up to its disappearance. At the center: fundal cu fly facility in second position. La dreapta: fundal cu fly facility in third position. For really low flyloft, one can use the fly facility in fourth position, in fifth position, și so on.
Ulla von Brandenburg, ''Das Was Ist'' Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate din muselină ASC - Sceno pictada.
Suntory Hall, ''Don Giovanni'' A Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate constituted by a fundal cu Print digital that discovers the scene cu a rearward lifting.
Teatro Principal, ''El mágico prodigioso'' A backdrop made of EVT - Light Sceno Poly printat digital sheer muslin ...
... used as a Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate.
The Adventure of the Curtain'' Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate made of FBR - Bruxelles velvet.
The Cortina cu deschidere prin pliere pe spate can be made up with falduri verticale or with confectionare fără falduri, with two central opening tails or with a single tail.
One or more ropes, connected to one or several points of the lower edge of the curtain or near it, are used to lift it towards the center of the stage, thus uncovering the scene.
Variations
with fixed bar at the top
with bar at the top endowed cu fly facilities
with a revolving bar at the bottom to stretch the cortina
with pocket for bar at one third of the înălțime for the fly facility ''in third position''
with pocket for bar at the half of the înălțime for the fly facility ''in fourth position'', etc.

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''The Adventure of the Cortina''

Cortine principale

Ballet Nacional de España, ''Alento''

Dans

Podul de scena

Sisteme de stangi

Stangi manuale

Sisteme de stangi

Suntory Hall, ''Don Giovanni''

Opera lirica

Teatro Principal, ''El mágico prodigioso''

Teatru-proza

Ulla von Brandenburg, ''Das Was Ist''

Expoziții, arta și arhitectura