Falstaff (disambiguation)

Falstaff (disambiguation)

Falstaff is a Shakespearean character in the Henry IV plays and The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Falstaff may also refer to:

* Falstaff (opera), an opera by Giuseppe Verdi
* Falstaff (Salieri) an opera by Antonio Salieri
* Falstaff (Adam), an opera by Adolphe Adam
* Falstaff (Elgar) a 'symphonic study' by Edward Elgar
* Falstaff Beer, a brand of American Beer
* Falstaff Brewing Company, maker of the beer
* Falstaff (rocket), a British hypersonic research rocket.
* Falstaff, Toronto, public housing in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
* Chimes at Midnight, also known as Falstaff, a film by Orson Welles

The character also figures in the operas
* Die lustigen Weiber von Winsor by Carl Otto Nicolai, and
* Sir John in Love by Vaughan Williams, also arranged as the choral suite "'In Windsor Forest."

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