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OPERATIC TRADITION
OPERATIC SCORES
OPERATIC LEGENDS
AUSTRALIAN OPERATIC BARITONE
AUSTRIAN OPERATIC TENOR
YORK CITY OPERA
OPERATIC MEDIUM
OPERATIC FANTASIES
ITALIAN OPERATIC TRADITION
ITALIAN OPERATIC COMPOSERS
OPERATIC FORMS
OPERATIC FORM
MUZIO CLEMENTI
ITALIAN OPERATIC STAGE
STIRRING OPERATIC WORKS
OPERATIC REPERTORY
OPERATIC GENRE
OPERATIC ADAPTATIONS
OPERATIC SOPRANO
OPERATIC ARIA
OPERATIC SINGERS
OPERATIC SINGER
OPERATIC REPERTOIRE
OPERATIC MUSIC
OPERATIC TENOR
AMERICAN OPERATIC SOPRANO
OPERATIC WORK
OPERATIC HISTORY
STANDARD OPERATIC REPERTOIRE
OPERATIC DEBUT
WIFE
FAMOUS
COMBINATION
PERFECT
MELODY
COMPOSITIONS
VIDEOS
INSPIRATION
WEBER
LESSONS
VERSIONS
ORIGINAL
VOICE
GIFTED
ACADEMY
CONCERT
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Operatic Tradition

  1. Because of the operatic tradition in Italy, Italian composers became much more talented in bringing out the colours in orchestral music. (Web site)

Operatic Scores

  1. He believed that the function of music was to serve the ends of dramatic expression, and his operatic scores vividly outlined what was happening on stage.
  2. After learning to read music, he successfully tackled the operatic scores of Mozart, Gluck, Berlioz, and Wagner. (Web site)

Operatic Legends

  1. His operatic studies took him to New York's Juilliard School of Music on a scholarship and later to such operatic legends as Alfredo Kraus and Marilyn Horne.

Australian Operatic Baritone

  1. Jason Barry-Smith (born 12 December 1969) is an Australian operatic baritone, vocal coach, composer and arranger.

Austrian Operatic Tenor

  1. Waldemar Kmentt (February 2, 1929, Vienna) is an Austrian operatic tenor, particularly associated with the German repertory, both opera and operetta.

York City Opera

  1. Erich Wolfgang Korngold - Life summary from the New York City Opera focused on operatic and other stage works.

Operatic Medium

  1. His one opera, Fidelio, owes its preeminence to the excellence of the music rather than to any real understanding of the operatic medium.
  2. With his genius, profound knowledge of Shakespeare, and experience with the operatic medium, Boito was able slowly to convince the composer. (Web site)

Operatic Fantasies

  1. His works consist primarily of operatic fantasies and character pieces. (Web site)

Italian Operatic Tradition

  1. The Italian operatic tradition was continued and taken to sublime heights later in the nineteenth century in the works of Giuseppe Verdi. (Web site)

Italian Operatic Composers

  1. He continued to appear frequently in Italy and to conduct the music of Verdi, Puccini, and other Italian operatic composers. (Web site)

Operatic Forms

  1. His church music also uses operatic forms like the aria and recitative.

Operatic Form

  1. He was the first composer to use an orchestra and to show the dramatic possibilities of the operatic form to affect the listeners emotions.

Muzio Clementi

  1. Quynh opened with an unusual Sonata in F Minor by Muzio Clementi, which she played in an operatic and romantic style. (Web site)

Italian Operatic Stage

  1. His first 25 or so operas were written when Rossini dominated the Italian operatic stage.

Stirring Operatic Works

  1. The chromatic melodies of Muzio Clementi and the stirring operatic works of Rossini, Cherubini and Mehul, also had an influence.

Operatic Repertory

  1. This version of the opera was, finally, a great success for Beethoven, and Fidelio has been important part of the operatic repertory ever since. (Web site)

Operatic Genre

  1. Monteverdi was a significant early composer in the operatic genre. (Web site)

Operatic Adaptations

  1. In 1824 Frederick Reynolds included Merry Wives in his series of operatic adaptations, with music by Henry Bishop. (Web site)
  2. The works of Shakespeare have inspired more operatic adaptations than any other writer’s.

Operatic Soprano

  1. Camilla Williams is an operatic soprano and the first African American woman to sing with the New York City Opera. (Web site)

Operatic Aria

  1. Of, related to, or typical of the opera: an operatic aria.

Operatic Singers

  1. The 1959 film starred Sidney Poitier and Dorothy Dandridge, but both had their songs dubbed by operatic singers. (Web site)

Operatic Singer

  1. Jean de Reszke's younger brother, Edouard de Reszke, born in Warsaw on 23 December 1855, was also famous as an operatic singer in the basso range. (Web site)

Operatic Repertoire

  1. No composer has so dominated the Italian stage as Verdi did, and his works are still a mainstay of the operatic repertoire throughout the world.
  2. He has conducted the world's most important orchestras both in the symphonic and operatic repertoire, from Monteverdi to Schoenberg. (Web site)

Operatic Music

  1. A classical or operatic singer is someone who has regularly performed unamplified classical or operatic music in concert halls or opera houses.

Operatic Tenor

  1. Later, however, he transferred to USC where he set his concentration on music and earned two more scholarships training as an operatic tenor.

American Operatic Soprano

  1. Beverly Sills (May 25, 1929 – July 2, 2007) was an American operatic soprano who enjoyed success in the 1960s and 1970s. (Web site)
  2. Camilla Williams (born 1922) was an American operatic soprano, and the first African American to sing with the New York City Opera. (Web site)

Operatic Work

  1. In Smetana's case, for instance in his symphonic and operatic work, he used it as a symbol of Czech country life and Czech local colour.

Operatic History

  1. Instead of launching her career as Tosca or Violetta Callas chose a part she had made operatic history with.

Standard Operatic Repertoire

  1. However, the opera has become immensely popular and a staple of the standard operatic repertoire. (Web site)

Operatic Debut

  1. He made his operatic debut as Alfredo in the opera, La Traviata.

Wife

  1. In addition to frequently singing opposite his wife on the operatic and concert stage, Rimini also performed frequently with Amelita Galli-Curci.

Famous

  1. Monteverdi is most famous for his contributions to the early operatic form. (Web site)
  2. The most famous and probably the most musically substantial is the operatic fantasy, Réminiscences de Don Juan by Franz Liszt.
  3. Opera singers today have become almost as famous and publicly worshipped as movie-stars; yet this has always been the case in operatic history.

Combination

  1. Beverly Sills once again awes critics with her combination of operatic and histrionic virtuosity. (Web site)

Perfect

  1. The London Philharmonic brilliantly led by Sir Simon Rattle is perfect in both the operatic and jazz sections. (Web site)

Melody

  1. By Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II 1939 A remarkable song from the master, Kern--breathtakingly beautiful, and nearly operatic in tone and melody.
  2. His gift for melody is reflected in a variety of arias that are among the most beautiful in the French operatic repertoire. (Web site)

Compositions

  1. Their repertoire includes a variety of Slavic and European Classical and Folk vocal music as well as compositions from operatic and sacred classics. (Web site)

Videos

  1. Carreras is widely represented in operatic and concert recordings, numerous crossover recordings of various styles, and a large number of videos. (Web site)
  2. Fan site for the operatic tenor and "America's Got Talent" contestant features biography, events, videos, pictures and chat room.

Inspiration

  1. The inspiration here was clearly operatic, and the piano's solo aria here is broken occasionally buy passages that sound like recitative.

Weber

  1. Though Weber is best known for his operatic and chamber works, his piano music is nothing to be ignored. (Web site)

Lessons

  1. He was given lessons in composition by Giovanni Battista Sammartini and his works were soon enjoying successes on the Italian operatic stage.

Versions

  1. Other versions are too operatic, too orchestral or a combination of both.

Original

  1. Although Luciano Pavarotti sang the operatic vocals on the original, "Miss Sarajevo" featured Bono competently singing the operatic vocals.
  2. Nevertheless, the original became one of the most performed operatic works of the twentieth century.[70] Samuel Barber (1910-1981).

Voice

  1. The music of Nightwish had been "distinguished by the operatic voice" of soprano Tarja Turunen, a "charismatic frontwoman with a powerful voice". (Web site)
  2. The soprano voice has typically been used throughout operatic history as the voice of choice for the female protagonist of the opera in question. (Web site)

Gifted

  1. He is gifted with an operatic voice and a beautiful falsetto rare among strong rock singers. (Web site)

Academy

  1. Ms. Bravo made her operatic debut in the role of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia with Luciano Pavarotti.

Concert

  1. Thomas Stewart, 78, commanding baritone admired for concert and operatic work alike; often performed in tandem with his wife, soprano Evelyn Lear. (Web site)
  2. It has never established itself firmly in the operatic repertory although it receives occasional performances, on stage or in concert, most often in Germany. (Web site)
  3. Marian Anderson and Maureen Forrester have been legendary contraltos in the concert and operatic world.

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