Thesaurus / operatic
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After finishing his operatic career he became a professor of singing at the Conservatoire.

Is there any trace of such an operatic, lyrical, dancing peasantry in austere Scotland?

How much he owed to the careful training Martini was able to give, was seen in even his first attempts at operatic composition.

Susy Clemens went to Paris to cultivate her voice, a rare soprano, with a view to preparing for the operatic stage.

It was evident that her right course was to go in for operatic singing, and this she did.

Yet I think I have heard some Italian operatic spitfires, and of some!

I also make exercises out of familiar tunes or themes from operatic airs.

Vocal MasteryHarriette Brower

He was always quite enthusiastic about operatic music; much more so than General Grant.

The great prizes of the operatic stage and concert hall go to the higher voices—to sopranos, for example, instead of to altos.

The VoiceFrank E. Miller

He had before him the operatic universe; and it was to arouse this that he sat him down to write when almost a septuagenarian.

Verdi: Man and MusicianFrederick James Crowest

WORDS RELATED TO OPERATIC

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