Definition of Operas

1. Noun. (plural of opera) ¹



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Definition of Operas

1. opera [n] - See also: opera

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Operas

operagoer
operagoers
operagoing
operagoings
operalike
operameter
operand
operanda
operands
operandum
operant
operant behaviour
operant conditioning
operantly
operants
operas (current term)
operate
operate on
operated
operatee
operates
operatic
operatic star
operatical
operatically
operatics
operating
operating(a)
operating-room
operating-system

Literary usage of Operas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bartered Bride: Comic Opera in Three Acts by Bedřich Smetana, Karel Sabina (1909)
"3.50 each, net IN these volumes of The Musicians Library the editor has presented in chronological order the most famous arias from operas of every school. ..."

2. Early Opera in America by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1915)
"The title is also intended to include the exceedingly few Italian operas performed on ... As to the French operas in French, their appearance in our early ..."

3. Miscellaneous Studies in the History of Music by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1921)
"English operas written during the eighteenth century by Americans, native or naturalized, in what are to-day the United States. ..."

4. Guide to the Study and Use of Reference Books by Alice Bertha Kroeger, Isadore Gilbert Mudge (1917)
"Does not give plots of operas. Hughes, Rupert. Music lover's cyclopedia, containing a pronouncing and denning dictionary of terms, instruments, etc., ..."

5. The Bookman (1910)
"SENSATIONAL PLOTS OF GRAND operas O compare the grand operas attended by the elect of the social, financial and intellectual world to the fervid melodramas ..."

6. Some Musicians of Former Days by Romain Rolland (1915)
"IV HETEROGENEOUS ELEMENTS IN LULLY'S operas We know that the recitative—the poetic declamation of the theatre or salon, transposed into music —was the ..."

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