opera

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Englisch - Türkisch
opera
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(isim) opera
(Tiyatro) lirik dram
opera comique
operakomik
opera glasses
opera dürbünü
opera hat
silindir şapka
opera hat
silindir erkek şapkası
opera house
opera binası

Rota 12 opera binasına yakın durur. - Route 12 stops near the opera house.

Haskell Ücretsiz Kütüphane ve Opera Binası, Kanada ve Amerika Birleşik Devletleri arasındaki sınırında inşa edilmiştir. - The Haskell Free Library and Opera House was built on the border between Canada and the United States.

opera cloak
pelerin (bayan)
opera cloak
gece elbisesi ile giyilen pelerin
opera hat
katlanır silindir şapka
soap opera
dizi film (yüzlerce bölümlük)
soap opera
sürekli tv dizisi
soap opera
beyaz dizi
soap opera
TV, radyo melodram dizisi
comic opera
(Muzik) güldürücü opera
soap opera
arkası yarın
soap opera
tv radyo melodram dizisi
comic opera
komik opera
comic opera
operakomik
grand opera
büyük opera
horse opera
kovboy filmi
opus
opera
opus
eser

Bence, bu roman onun en büyük eseri. - This novel is his greatest opus, in my opinion.

soap opera
pembe dizi

Dan o pembe dizinin hiçbir bölümünü kaçırmadı. - Dan didn't miss any episode of that soap opera.

Hayatım bir pembe dizidir. - My life is a soap opera.

beggar's opera
dilenci opera
hire opera glasses
opera gözlüğü kiralama
metropolitan opera
Büyükşehir opera
phantom of the opera
opera hayalet
soap opera digest
pembe dizi özeti
can you recommend an opera
opera tavsiye edebilir misiniz
grand opera
ciddi konulu opera
light opera
operet
my mother is a soap opera addict
annem dizilik filimlerden hoşlanıyor
opus
(isim) opus
opus
{i} müz. opus
opus
{i} opus
soap opera
(deyim) radyo veya televizyonda yayinlanan hafif ve surekli melodram dizisi,ornegin" Dallas"
would you like to go to the opera with me
benimle operaya gelmek ister misiniz
Englisch - Englisch
A theatrical work combining drama, music, song and sometimes dance
Any showy, melodramatic or unrealistic production resembing an opera
The score for such a work
A building designed for the performance of such works; an opera house
A company dedicated to performing such works
{n} a kind of musical entertainment
{i} Internet browser manufactured in Norway (Computers, Internet)
This is the generic term for musical dramatic works in which the actors sing some or all their parts
a dramatic performance presented through music in which all or most of the characters sing the story line
Acronym for Observatoire Permanent de l'Atlantique Tropical
a drama set to music and made up of vocal pieces with orchestral accompaniment
with orchestral accompaniment, preludes, and interludes, together with appropriate costumes, scenery, and action; a lyric drama
There is an analogy I made in the Chinese dictornay with the Chinese opera, will if you don't know Chinese, it probably would be difficult to undertand the analogy Anyhow, opera is just like a theatre show, the only difference is that it's based on music Backgroud accompany music is made by orchestra and actors and actress sing their lines instead of say them There would also be choir to since the other parts, (you know, some times the crows in the movie would have a part) in the opera, they actually have a big part The three tenor are the best exmaple to be an opera main actors Fanous ones are: "Carmon" and "Princes Torando"
A form of music in which an orcherstra plays and singers sing Operas have a plot and are meant to tell a story Some are funny, some are tragic Essentially, they are stories put to music There is very little, if any, spoken text in an opera
A drama, either tragic or comic, of which music forms an essential part; a drama wholly or mostly sung, consisting of recitative, arials, choruses, duets, trios, etc
a drama which is primarily sung with instrumental accompaniment
A musical play, usually entirely sung, making use of costumes, staging, props, sets, and dramatic elements Operas usually consist of two types of musical elements, the aria, which primarily expresses a single idea or theme, and the recitative which advances the story
Drama that is sung
plural of opus
a drama in which most or all the parts are sung to accompaniment (usually orchestral) Operas, unlike oratorios, are staged; i e they employ scenery, costumes, acting, and sometimes ballet Opera is a composite form made up of arias, recitatives, overtures, and other things
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– A musical play, in which all the dialogue is sung rather than spoken
{i} musical drama in which the actors sing their parts (rather then speaking them) to the accompaniment of an orchestra; musical and dramatic genre which includes opera; musical composition for an opera; opera house
A dramatic stage production that involves soloists who sing arias and recitatives, solo ensembles, choruses, dancing, dramatic action, costumes, staging, and orchestral accompaniment It began at the beginning of the baroque era and evolved into a genre that continues in popularity throughout the Western world, particularly in Italy
theater where opera is performed a drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes
a drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes
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A play set to music
theater where opera is performed
One of the important music drama genres, usually featuring a full orchestra, several soloists, and sometimes a chorus More often than is the case with musical theater, operas have virtually continuous singing, no (or little) spoken dialog
A dramatic work in which the characters sing, rather than speak, the text, and in which music links themes, story and characters Originated in 17th-century Italy
The score of a musical drama, either written or in print; a play set to music
The house where operas are exhibited
A dramatic work in one or more acts, set to music for singers and instrumentalists
a music-drama, as in: "He's been up in his room all day, reading that new book he's so crazy about, Opera For Dummies "
1 A drama set to music for voices and orchestra presented with costumes and sets
An opera is a play with music in which all the words are sung. a one-act opera about contemporary women in America. an opera singer He was also learned in classical music with a great love of opera. see also soap opera. Musical drama made up of vocal pieces with orchestral accompaniment, overtures, and interludes. Opera was invented at the end of the 16th century in an attempt by the Camerata (an academy of Florentine poets, musicians, and scholars) to imitate ancient Greek drama, which was known to have been largely sung or chanted. Since no actual Greek music was known, composers had considerable freedom in reconceiving it. Imitations of Greek pastoral poetry became the basis for early opera libretti. The first operas, Dafne by Jacopo Peri (1561-1633) in 1598 and by Giulio Caccini about the same time, are now lost; the earliest surviving opera is Peri's Euridice (1600). They consisted of lightly accompanied vocal melody closely imitating inflected speech. Claudio Monteverdi, the greatest early operatic figure, composed the first masterpiece, Orfeo, in 1607; unlike its predecessors, it is scored for a small orchestra. With this work, recitative began to be clearly distinguished from aria, an achievement that would prove decisive for opera's future success. In France, Jean-Baptiste Lully produced a prototype for courtly opera that influenced French opera through the mid-18th century. Jean-Philippe Rameau, George Frideric Handel, and Christoph Willibald Gluck were the most significant opera composers of the first two-thirds of the 18th century; their works were surpassed by the brilliant operas of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In the early 19th century, Gioacchino Rossini and Gaetano Donizetti dominated Italian opera. In the later 19th century the greatest works were those of Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner; the latter, with his bold innovations, became the most influential operatic figure since Monteverdi. Richard Strauss and Giacomo Puccini wrote the most popular late 19th-and early 20th-century operas. Though the death of Puccini in 1924 is often cited as the end of grand opera, new and often experimental works by composers such as Alban Berg, Benjamin Britten, Gian Carlo Menotti, John Adams, and Philip Glass continued to be produced to critical acclaim. Opera entered the 21st century as a vibrant and global art form. See also ballad opera; operetta. ballad opera Metropolitan Opera soap opera Sydney Opera House Peking opera Beijing opera opera of the capital
A multi-media extravagance in which the drama renders the music formless, and the music renders the drama unintelligible In other words, the music and drama mutually annihilate each other, leaving a noisy and over-long visual spectacle Extremely absorbent of funds that could and should be spent on music
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a classic French pastry made of very thin layers of coffee-soaked almond sponge cake, chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, glazed with chocolate and sometimes decorated with gold leaves
opera cake
A French cake made with layers of almond sponge soaked in coffee syrup, layered with ganache and coffee buttercream, and covered in a chocolate glaze
opera glass
A pair of small low-powered binoculars for use at a theatrical performance

Talbot, I said, you have an opera glass. Let me have it. An opera glass ! — no ! — what do you suppose I would be doing with an opera glass ?.

opera glasses
plural form of opera glass
opera glasses
One or more pairs of small low-powered binoculars for use at a theatrical performance
opera glove
evening glove
opera house
A theatre, or similar building, primarily used for staging opera
opera houses
plural form of opera house
opera singer
Someone who sings opera professionally
operation opera
Operation Opera (also known as Operation Babylon and Operation Ofra) was a surprise Israeli air strike against the Iraqi Osirak nuclear reactor in 1981
opera cloak
a large cloak worn over evening clothes
opera company
a company that produces operas
opera glasses
special optical instrument through which one is able to see an enlargement of the events on the stage
opera house
theater where operas are performed
opera house
An opera house is a theatre that is specially designed for the performance of operas. Sydney Opera House. A theater designed chiefly for the performance of operas. a theatre where operas are performed
opera singer
player-singer with a powerful voice who participates in musical plays
opera star
singer of lead role in an opera
Beijing opera
A form of traditional Chinese theatre which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics
Sydney Opera House
A multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
horse opera
A theatrical production, film, or program on radio or television depicting adventures of characters in the American Old West; a western

Three new examples of Hollywood's staple commodity, the horse opera, all filmed in color, contain the full quota of galloping and gunplay.

horse opera
An equestrian show, as in a circus

Nor is it much easier to give the analysis of this extraordinary odyssey, which relates the trials, sufferings, and adventures of an ex-Sous-Prefêt, who has married a circus rider, and has abandoned home, friends, and position, to become the manager of an itinerant horse-opera.

horse-opera
Alternative spelling of horse opera
magna opera
plural form of magnum opus
opera.
opry
opus
A work, especially of art

The painter's last opus was a dedication to all things living, in a surprising contrast to all of his prior work.

opus
A work of music or set of works with a specified rank in an ordering of a composer's complete published works

Beethoven's opus eighteen quartets are considered by many to be the beginning of the Romantic era.

soap opera
A television serial, typically broadcast in the afternoon or evening, about the lives of melodramatic characters, which are often filled with strong emotions, highly dramatic situations and suspense
soap-opera
Attributive form of soap opera, noun

a soap-opera fanzine.

space opera
A subgenre of speculative fiction or science fiction that utilises serialisation
space opera
A subgenre of speculative fiction or science fiction that emphasizes space travel, romantic adventure, and larger-than-life characters often set against vast exotic settings. Used initially as a derogatory term
soap opera
daytime radio or television serial drama of a melodramatic and sentimental nature
opus
{i} musical work or composition (especially one in a series); artistic work
Beggar's Opera
a funny opera by John Gay, first produced in 1728. It tells the story of a thief called Macheath, who is sent to Newgate prison, where he meets a woman called Lucy and makes his wife Polly jealous. A modern opera called the Threepenny Opera, by Bertolt Brecht, is based on this
English National Opera
an opera company which performs operas in English at a theatre called the London Coliseum
English National Opera
{i} official opera house of England
Metropolitan Opera
a US opera company based at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. Its performances are often broadcast on the radio. Leading U.S. opera company, based in New York City. Founded by a group of millionaires who had failed to get boxes at the Academy of Music, it opened in 1883. The Met soon outlived its frivolous origin, becoming the American equivalent of La Scala in Milan and second to no opera house in the world in the quality of the singers it attracted. Originally sited at Broadway and 39th Street, it moved into its new home at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 1966
Phantom of the Opera
a book by the French writer Gaston Leroux about a frightening man whose face has been disfigured (=injured in an ugly way) and who wears a mask to hide it. He kidnaps a beautiful opera singer because he loves her. Several films and plays have been based on the story (1910)
Royal Opera House
a theatre in Covent Garden in London where the members of the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet are based, which is often simply called Covent Garden. It is the most important opera house in the UK
Soap Opera Digest
weekly American magazine devoted to daytime television dramas and the actors and actresses
Sydney Opera House
Performing-arts centre on the harbour in Sydney, Australia. Its dynamic, imaginative design, by the Danish architect Jørn Utzon (b. 1918), placed first in a 1956 competition and brought Utzon international fame. Construction posed a variety of problems, many resulting from the bold design, consisting of a series of organic, glittering white shell-shaped roofs. After several years of research, Utzon gave the vaults a more spherical geometry, making them easier and more economical to build. The roofs are made up of precast concrete sections held together by cables. The centre finally opened in 1973
Threepenny Opera
an opera with music by Kurt Weill and words by Bertolt Brecht, based on The Beggar's Opera (1728) by John Gay (1928)
ballad opera
English 18th-century comic opera in which songs and musical interludes, usually consisting of existing popular tunes or opera melodies with new words, are interspersed with spoken dialogue. The first ballad opera, The Beggar's Opera (1728), by John Gay and J.C. Pepusch (1667-1752), was a sharply satirical work that became wildly popular and led to numerous similar works. Ballad opera led directly to the German singspiel and can be seen as the source of the modern musical
comic opera
An opera or operetta with a humorous plot, generally spoken dialogue, and usually a happy ending. Also called bouffe
comic opera
opera with a happy ending and in which some of the text is spoken
comic opera
opera with an amusing story line
grand opera
Opera on a large scale, usually entirely sung, in contrast to comic opera
grand opera
Style of Romantic opera developed in Paris, focusing on serious, historical plots with huge choruses, crowd scenes, elaborate dance episodes, ornate costumes, and spectacular scenery
grand opera
musical drama with a serious or tragic theme
grand opera
19th century French serious opera style which emphasized spectacular visual effects Ballets and stirring choruses were important components of grand opera
grand opera
an opera with a serious subject in which all the words are sung
grand opera
A general, imprecise term used to describe either opera that is all sung with no spoken dialogue, or the spectacular, large-scale type of opera popular in the 19th-century, or "serious" opera as opposed to operetta
grand opera
opera in which all the text is sung
horse opera
A film or other theatrical work about the American West; a western
light opera
operetta, short amusing opera
operas
plural of opera
opus
Mus
opus
HP/Linux Cluster
opus
2. You can refer to an artistic work such as a piece of music or writing or a painting as an opus. the new opus from Peter Gabriel. see also magnum opus = work
opus
A work of music or set of works with a specified rank in an ordering of a composers complete published works
opus
Op: "Work" With a number, used to show the order in which the works by a given composer were written or published Opus numbers are most often used for composers who catalogued their own works e g Op 1, Op 2
opus
An opus is a piece of classical music by a particular composer. Opus is usually followed by a number which indicates at what point the piece was written. The abbreviation op. is also used. Beethoven's Piano Sonata in E minor, Opus
opus
a single work or composition
opus
(from Latin, meaning 'work') Composers' works are generally catalogued by opus numbers, in the order in which they were written Usually abbreviated as op
opus
A work, composition; commonly used to denote the number of a published work
opus
Operations Pipeline Unified System
opus
Latin for "work," these numbers list, in date order, when a work was composed or published
opus
Lat Work; labor; the product of work or labor
opus
"Work"; opus numbers provide a means of cataloguing a composer's compositions
opus
This represents a single-composer publication, not necessarily the chronological order
opus
"work " An opus number indicates the chronological order in which a piece was composed or published
opus
Caementicium - concrete
opus
Acronym for Organization of Persistent Upwelling Structures, a program taking place in 1983 that studied the inner part of a filament near Point Conception, California See Atkinson et al (1986)
opus
Op - The term, meaning work, is used by composers to show the chronological order of their works, e g Op 1, Op 2
opus
"Work" With a number, used to show the order in which the works by a given composer were written or published Opus numbers are most often used for composers who catalogued their own works
opus
System proposed by CISL in 1986 to follow on after Multics Eventually canceled by Bull Officially known as NOS/VS3 or HVS release 3 This group was managed by Michael Tague
opus
Open Architecture Purse System
opus
a musical composition
opus
A work; specif
opus
a musical work that has been created; "the composition is written in four movements"
rock opera
albums of rock music that aspired to the status of art; first appeared in the 1960s
rock opera
musical play accompanied by rock music (i.e. "Tommy" by "The Who")
soap opera
a serialized program usually dealing with sentimentalized family matters that is broadcast on radio or television (frequently sponsored by a company advertising soap products)
soap opera
A soap opera is a popular television drama series about the daily lives and problems of a group of people who live in a particular place. a television or radio story about the daily lives and relationships of the same group of people, which is broadcast regularly (Because they were originally sponsored by soap-making companies). Broadcast serial drama, characterized by a permanent cast of actors, a continuing story, tangled interpersonal situations, and a melodramatic or sentimental style. Its name derived from the soap and detergent manufacturers who originally often sponsored such programs on radio. Soap operas began in the early 1930s as 15-minute radio episodes and continued on television from the early 1950s as 30-minute and later hour-long episodes. Usually broadcast during the day and aimed at housewives, they initially focused on middle-class family life, but by the 1970s their content had expanded to include a wider variety of characters and situations and a greater degree of sexual explicitness. In the 1980s similar series began to be aired in prime-time evening hours (e.g., Dallas and Dynasty). See also Carlton E. Morse; Irna Phillips
that's a different opera
that's another class entirely, that is a completely different style
the Israeli opera
opera company which gives performances in Tel Aviv
the Phantom of the Opera
popular British musical written by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Türkisch - Englisch
opera
opera; operatic
grand opera
highlight
operatic

Tom likes to sing Italian operatic arias. - Tom, İtalyan opera aryalarını söylemekten hoşlanır.

opus
opera sanatçısı
opera singer
opera binası
opera house

Route 12 stops near the opera house. - Rota 12 opera binasına yakın durur.

The Haskell Free Library and Opera House was built on the border between Canada and the United States. - Haskell Ücretsiz Kütüphane ve Opera Binası, Kanada ve Amerika Birleşik Devletleri arasındaki sınırında inşa edilmiştir.

opera dürbünü
lorgnette
opera dürbünü
opera glasses
opera ile ilgili
operatic
opera metni
libretto
opera metni
book
opera tavsiye edebilir misiniz
Can you recommend an opera
opera türünden
operatic
devlet opera ve balesi
State Opera and Ballet
çaykovski'nin son yapıtı olan opera
The opera was Tchaikovsky's final work
ciddi konulu opera
grand opera
opus
opus
opus
op
opera

    Silbentrennung

    op·er·a

    Türkische aussprache

    äprı

    Aussprache

    /ˈäprə/ /ˈɑːprə/

    Etymologie

    () From Italian opera.

    Videos

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