I am simply overrun with visitors—reporters, composers, and librettists.
Scribe and Delavigne, the librettists, and Meyerbeer, devoted busy days and nights to hurrying on the work.
The librettists were content to string together four70 more or less detached scenes from the story.
As will be seen in the chapter on La Bohme, this incident was made use of by the librettists in the third act of that opera.
He was a little put out, too, by librettists interlarding Holy Writ with their own "copy."
Rinuccini was the first of a long and usually incompetent lineage of librettists.
Lest the sweetness of so much love music become too cloying, the librettists interrupt it with an episode.
Romeo's page, Stephano, a character introduced by the librettists, holds a ladder by which Romeo ascends to the balcony.
Micaela, so essential for contrast in the opera, both as regards plot and music, is a creation of the librettists.
The devil of these librettists had a wife who nagged her spouse, and he in revenge sought to make other husbands unhappy.