Italian & French Opera

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Music and Movies

 

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Anne S

 

Date added:

March 28, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Opera reached its peak in the 17th century. Vast audiences would attend the opera every night and would use the occasion as a chance to socialize and share any gossip. The opera itself was only background for their conversations until a favorite artist came onto the stage. Though Italian opera was most popular, each had its own unique features that made both Italian and French opera special...
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The opera itself was only background for their conversations until a favorite artist came onto the stage. Though Italian opera was most popular, each had its own unique features that made both Italian and French opera special. Opera was born in Italy; Florence, Italy to be exact. Performed in large-scale theaters, French opera was, at first, only performed at events such as the weddings of nobility, but with the building of the first public opera house in Venice, opera became accessible to all...
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