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Comic opera denotes a sung dramatic work of a light or comic nature, usually with a happy ending. Forms of comic opera first developed in late 17th-century Italy. By the 1730s, a new operatic genre, opera buffa, emerged as an alternative to opera seria. It quickly made its way to France, where it became opéra bouffon, and eventually, in the following century, French operetta, with Jacques Offenbach as its most accomplished practitioner.

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  • Comic opera
  • Opera comica
  • Ópera cómica
  • Комическая опера
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  • O termo ópera cómica tem vários significados: * A opéra-comique, género lírico francês surgido no século XVIII; * O Teatro Nacional da Opéra-Comique, teatro parisiense dedicado ao género da ópera cómica; * A opera buffa, surgida em Nápoles no século XVIII; * Na Alemanha, surge um tipo de ópera cómica denominado singspiel. * Na Inglaterra não recebeu denominação especial, mas foram cultivados géneros semelhantes sob o nome de ballad opera e Savoy opera por autores como William Shield e Arthur Sullivan. * Em Espanha, a zarzuela e a tonadilla são géneros que se lhe podem assemelhar. * Em sentido amplo, a opereta, teatro musical satírico de grande êxito na Europa (especialmente na Áustria-Hungria e França) no século XIX.
  • Комическая опера — комедийного содержания. Также термином определяют именно французские оперы, имеющие комическую жанровую окраску. Основные особенности комического оперного жанра: разговорные диалоги, речитативы, ариозность и динамичные ансамбли, близость к колоритному народному тематизму, более детальные, чем на ранних этапах становления жанра, характеристики персонажей.
  • Comic opera denotes a sung dramatic work of a light or comic nature, usually with a happy ending. Forms of comic opera first developed in late 17th-century Italy. By the 1730s, a new operatic genre, opera buffa, emerged as an alternative to opera seria. It quickly made its way to France, where it became opéra bouffon, and eventually, in the following century, French operetta, with Jacques Offenbach as its most accomplished practitioner.
  • L'opera comica è un macrogenere operistico di natura leggera o comica, solitamente a lieto fine, sviluppatosi a Napoli con la scuola musicale locale nel corso del XVIII secolo. L'opera comica si pone in alternativa all'opera di argomento tragico o drammatico, ovvero l'opera seria. Diffusasi successivamente a Venezia e poi nel resto d'Italia, venne presto adottata anche in Francia, dove venne detta opéra comique e quindi operetta francese, di cui Jacques Offenbach fu uno dei maggiori esponenti.
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