librettist[ li-bret-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF librettist
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Of its immense success widow and librettist were in no doubt.
There was no holding the inspired Librettist and the talented young Composer.
There are the verses, exclaimed the librettist; I wrote them in an hour.
Handel's librettist, whoever he was, did his work downright badly.
The Margaret of Gounod and his librettist is not a real person, but a sort of keepsake beauty who sings keepsake music.
Its leaves were tattered, and the librettist had long since renounced his pen in favour of auctioneering in the North.
I am very pleased with you as a librettist, only keep conciseness in view and avoid prolixity.
In 1822 he had associated himself with Scribe as librettist, and other operas now followed in quick succession.
After Dumas comes the librettist who transposed the story into suitable Italian verse to be set to music.
The librettist was in a happy vein that morning, and thought he had over-written himself.