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Carmen Dialogue Versus Recitative

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Carmen Study Guide - Manitoba Opera
Carmen Study Guide compiled by Manitoba Opera from sources including . A recitative is sung dialogue or speech that occurs between arias and ensembles.
The most famous of opéras-comiques, Bizet's Carmen, is a tragedy. Because of its origins, the .
of the two or three most popular operas of all time (one link of the. “ABC's of opera”: . with its rapid back-and-forth dialogue, provides the one comic scene in the opera, and the ..
French Flag Fist
Carmen replies, “L'amour est un oiseau rebelle,” or, “Love is a rebellious bird that nobody can tame . Bizet originally intended the dialogue of Carmen to be spoken.
2009-2010 Opera Season
talks about the never-ending controversy of using the spoken dialogue versus the recitatives composed by Ernest Guiraud after Bizet's death. 780.

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Carmen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bizet's original plan for Carmen was with spoken dialogue. After Bizet's death, his friend Ernest Guiraud wrote recitatives for the Vienna premiere in 1875.
Opera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
'Carmen' Question: To Speak or Sing? -
Jan 1, 2010 Bizet wrote "Carmen" as an opera-comique, which meant that extended stretches of dialogue were spoken, not sung; the new Eyre production at the Met is using Guiraud-composed recitatives. Should it?
Carmen: A Performance Guide - Pendragon Press
Carmen – Bizet's Opera: Introduction to Georges Bizet's Tragic
Jan 31, 2007 Introduction to the opera Carmen of Georges Bizet. dramatic ground for French opera as it moved away from opera buffa, or comic opera, Sung recitative replaced the dialog after Bizet's death by his friend Ernest Guiraud.

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