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opera buffa

Saltos de línea: opera buffa
Pronunciación: /ˌɒp(ə)rə ˈbuːfə
 
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Definición de opera buffa en inglés:

sustantivo

A comic opera (usually in Italian), especially one with characters drawn from everyday life: an opera buffa based on a play by Goldoni
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The main products of his Italian stay were a choral Te Deum, an opera buffa, Don Procopio, in the manner of Donizetti, and an ode-symphonie based on the life of Vasco da Gama.
  • Part tragedy and part opera buffa, the ‘invasion of Savoy’ began and ended quickly in the early part of February 1834.
  • Stendhal described it as Rossini's greatest opera buffa, but it's possible his opinion was tinged with a little sarcasm (he was a Cimarosa fan).

Origen

Italian, from opera 'opera' + buffa 'jest'.

Words that rhyme with opera buffa

hoofer, loofah, roofer, spoofer, tufa, woofer

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