English to Welsh Meaning :: operetta

Operetta :
opereta
- operetaoperetaoperetas
 
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Noun(1) a short amusing opera

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(1) Opera, operetta , oratorio, and song all are represented, both in English and in the original languages.(2) Atonal music, the Italian opera style, the operetta and the paintings of Impressionism are also Jewish.(3) And next year we are beginning a new departure, and that is to include operetta and musicals in every season, something I have always wanted to encourage.(4) In 1878 Aleko began his studies in Russia, and at the same time started to publish his first poems, and to write plays, compose music and a short operetta .(5) He continued to write operettas and finally realised his long-standing intention, to compose an Irish operetta .(6) She played it to the hilt as an over-inebriated soprano trying to sing in an operetta .(7) His repertoire on discs included excerpts from operas and operettas , popular songs, and later, songs from his films.(8) He wrote songs, operas, and operettas , pantomimes, melodramas, and in 1823, a History of Music.(9) Meanwhile, the English-language opera tradition evolved to incorporate operettas and musical theater.(10) This concert featured two singers in solos and a few duets from operettas by Austrian and Hungarian composers.(11) Her early career was devoted to performing zarzuelas, the operettas of her homeland.(12) In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas , vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.(13) The Strauss operettas on the next two-CD set are even farther from what the composer intended.(14) This included a chapel, bedrooms, parlours, and a dining area together with a hall where operettas , plays and musicals are produced annually.(15) Starting with the semi-operas of the Restoration there have been several hundred reworkings of Shakespeare's plays into operas, operettas , and musicals.(16) The Pirates of Penzance is one of those enduring operettas by Gilbert and Sullivan, the subject matter of which doesn't matter a hoot.
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Noun
1. light opera ::
opera ysgafn
Different Forms
operetta, operettas
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