opera comique

[ op-er-uh ko-meek, op-ruh; French aw-pey-ra kaw-meek ]SEE DEFINITION OF opera comique

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Perhaps it is next season I am to sing in the Opera Comique.

At the Opera Comique, where he was engaged, he did not succeed.

The day after you had been introduced to me at the Opera Comique.

Pretty well everything was acted at the theatre of Quiquendone; but the opera and the opera comique were especially patronized.

Opera comique represented truly the national taste of the Gauls.

He haf found him when he was a child—der orangoutang—und he was child and brother and opera comique all round to Bertran.

We went to the upper boxes of the Opera Comique and enjoyed ourselves very well.

Her success was assured when she made her début in the first-named opera at the Opera Comique, in Paris, in 1889.

Look down from your box at the Opera Comique, mademoiselle, and count the bald crowns of the fast young men in the pit.

Andrews leaned on the balustrade of the balcony, looking down into the square in front of the Opera Comique.

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