Traducción de operatic en Español:

operatic

operístico, adj.

Pronunciación /ɒpəˈratɪk//ˌɑpəˈrædɪk/

adjetivo

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    (works) operístico
    (season/tenor) operístico
    (tenor/season) de ópera
    • The concert includes Mozart's Requiem, Missa Brevis, operatic arias and music for the Christmas season.
    • Her voice no longer can do what it used to do in heavy classical music, at least not in concert halls and operatic stages.
    • Through the difficult moments she kept herself going by listening to operatic arias or Beatles' compilations over a headset.
    • But I do agree with you about the exquisiteness of some operatic arias.
    • This compilation includes operatic arias and crossover songs.
    • Its range is wide indeed, from operatic aria to rock fantasy via Neapolitan love song and pop ballad.
    • Other musical contributions to the truly enjoyable evening included an operatic aria by Grace Saito.
    • They also suggest enough power to take on the more popular operatic composers.
    • Yet the beauty of Bellini's arias and ensembles would leave a lasting mark on operatic history.
    • This time, as well as operatic arias, Caruso included some Italian songs.
    • As regards choral sound, I am not sure that the developed voices of an operatic chorus are ideal in terms of sound quality.
    • From the late seventeenth century the central male operatic role (primo uomo) in opera seria was sung by a castrato.
    • This is the kind of soprano voice the operatic world has been praying for!
    • It should be noted that Mozart was hardly kind when scoring the operatic arias for the full lyric soprano.
    • In the last few years London has seen a variety of operatic styles in contemporary opera.
    • Italian solo cantatas of the late 17th and early 18th centuries contained arias on the operatic model.
    • Although less well known than Britten, Tippett's operatic output was in many ways more musically varied and politically challenging.
    • But she was no stranger to the operatic arias, because her parents often took her to the opera in Monaco, where she grew up.
    • But bursts of operatic arias, incessant chatter and the clatter of pots and pans give it a curiously relaxing bustle.
    • Songs, arias, and operatic scenes are mixed together, and that works well too.