Translation of operetta in Spanish:


opereta, n.

Pronunciation /ɒpəˈrɛtə//ˌɑpəˈrɛdə/


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    opereta feminine
    • He continued to write operettas and finally realised his long-standing intention, to compose an Irish operetta.
    • And next year we are beginning a new departure, and that is to include operetta and musicals in every season, something I have always wanted to encourage.
    • Starting with the semi-operas of the Restoration there have been several hundred reworkings of Shakespeare's plays into operas, operettas, and musicals.
    • In 1878 Aleko began his studies in Russia, and at the same time started to publish his first poems, and to write plays, compose music and a short operetta.
    • Opera, operetta, oratorio, and song all are represented, both in English and in the original languages.
    • He produced not only popular operettas, but incidental music to plays and (according to the custom of the time) interpolations into other operas as well.
    • In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas, vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.
    • She has performed in many operas, operettas, musicals and oratorios.
    • The Pirates of Penzance is one of those enduring operettas by Gilbert and Sullivan, the subject matter of which doesn't matter a hoot.
    • Apart from the brilliant success of Gilbert and Sullivan's operettas, a true native style is difficult to identify.
    • The Strauss operettas on the next two-CD set are even farther from what the composer intended.
    • Atonal music, the Italian opera style, the operetta and the paintings of Impressionism are also Jewish.
    • This included a chapel, bedrooms, parlours, and a dining area together with a hall where operettas, plays and musicals are produced annually.
    • She played it to the hilt as an over-inebriated soprano trying to sing in an operetta.
    • This concert featured two singers in solos and a few duets from operettas by Austrian and Hungarian composers.
    • His repertoire on discs included excerpts from operas and operettas, popular songs, and later, songs from his films.
    • He wrote songs, operas, and operettas, pantomimes, melodramas, and in 1823, a History of Music.
    • It seems to confirm what we always suspected - that Austrian wine, like Strauss operettas, is frivolous and irresponsible and only for swigging by the jugful.
    • Meanwhile, the English-language opera tradition evolved to incorporate operettas and musical theater.
    • Her early career was devoted to performing zarzuelas, the operettas of her homeland.