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  1. Opéra bouffon - Wikipedia

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    Opéra bouffon is the French term for the Italian genre of opera buffa (comic opera) performed in 18th-century France, either in the original language or in French translation. It was also applied to original French opéras comiques having Italianate or near- farcical plots.

  2. Opera buffa - Wikipedia

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    Opéra bouffon Opéra bouffon is the French term for the Italian genre of opera buffa (comic opera) performed in 18th-century France, either in the original language or in French translation. It was also applied to original French opéras comiques having Italianate or near-farcical plots.

  3. Opéra bouffe - Wikipedia

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    Opéra bouffe (French pronunciation: [ɔpeʁa buf], plural: opéras bouffes) is a genre of late 19th-century French operetta, closely associated with Jacques Offenbach, who produced many of them at the Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens that gave its name to the form.

  4. Opéra bouffon - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Opéra bouffon es el término en francés para el género italiano de ópera conocido en Italia como opera buffa (en español, «ópera bufa») e interpretado en la Francia del siglo XVIII, bien en el idioma original, bien en traducción al francés.

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  5. Bouffon - Wikipedia

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    Philippe Gaulier a contemporary of LeCoq explains bouffon in his book The Tormentor. In Popular Culture. In the American TV series Baskets, the main character is a dropout from the famous Bouffon school in Paris. There are scenes depicting him in class at the school with lectures in French. See also. Jester; Opéra bouffon; Opera buffa

  6. Opéra bouffon – Wikipedia

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    Opéra bouffon är den franska termen för den italienska musikgenren opera buffa (komisk opera), framförd i 1700-talets Frankrike antingen på originalspråk eller i fransk översättning. Den kan även syfta på fransk opéra comique med farsartad handling. [1]

  7. Opéra bouffe — Wikipédia

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    Historique. Au XVIII e siècle l'appellation « opéra bouffon » est employée pour différencier une catégorie particulière d'opéras-comiques.Ce n'est qu'au XIX e que le terme d'« opéra bouffe » apparaît sous la plume de Jacques Offenbach lorsqu'il prend en 1855 la direction des Bouffes-Parisiens.

  8. Opéra bouffon - Wikipedia, entziklopedia askea.

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    Opéra bouffon, frantsesez, Italiatik eramana izan zen opera buffa izendatzeko hitza da. Opera horiek Frantzian XVIII. mendean zehar interpretatu ziren, bai italieraz baita ere frantsesez. Hitz horiekin ere Jacques Offenbach musikagileak hiru lan izendatu zituen: Orphée aux enfers , Le roman comique eta Le voyage de MM Dunanan père et fils ...

  9. Opera - Wikipedia

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    Opera is a form of theatre in which music has a leading role and the parts are taken by singers, but is distinct from musical theatre. Such a "work" (the literal translation of the Italian word "opera") is typically a collaboration between a composer and a librettist and incorporates a number of the performing arts, such as acting, scenery, costume, and sometimes dance or ballet.

  10. Opéra bouffe – Wikipedie

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    Opéra bouffe a opéra bouffon. Ve Francii se pojem „opéra-bouffe“ objevuje počátkem 19. století (doložen je u Madame de Staël k roku 1807 v souvislosti s „harlekýniádami“) jako pofrancouzštěná podoba italského pojmu opera buffa.