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The art form known as opera originated in Italy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, though it drew upon older traditions of medieval and Renaissance courtly entertainment. The word opera, meaning "work" in Italian, was first used in the modern musical and theatrical sense in 1639 and soon spread to the other European languages. The earliest operas were modest productions compared to other Renaissance forms of sung drama, but they soon became more lavish and took on the spectacular stagings of the earlier genre known as intermedio.

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  • أصل الأوبرا
  • Orígenes de la ópera
  • Origini dell'opera
  • Origins of opera
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  • نشأ الشكل الفني المعروف باسم الأوبرا في إيطاليا في القرنين السادس عشر والسابع عشر، على الرغم من أنه اعتمد على تقاليد قديمة للترفيه الملكي في العصور الوسطى وعصر النهضة. استُخدمت كلمة أوبرا، التي تعني «عمل» في اللغة الإيطالية، لأول مرة بالمعنى الموسيقي والمسرحي الحديث في عام 1639 وسرعان ما انتشرت إلى اللغات الأوروبية الأخرى. كانت الأوبرا في البداية متواضعةً مقارنةً بأشكال الدراما المغنية الأخرى في عصر النهضة، لكنها سرعان ما أصبحت أكثر ثراءً وحلت محل العروض المسرحية من النوع السابق المعروف باسم إنتيرميديو.
  • The art form known as opera originated in Italy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, though it drew upon older traditions of medieval and Renaissance courtly entertainment. The word opera, meaning "work" in Italian, was first used in the modern musical and theatrical sense in 1639 and soon spread to the other European languages. The earliest operas were modest productions compared to other Renaissance forms of sung drama, but they soon became more lavish and took on the spectacular stagings of the earlier genre known as intermedio.
  • Le origini dell'opera si collocano a cavallo tra il XVI e il XVII secolo. La prima azione teatrale eseguita in pubblico della quale sono arrivate tracce complete fino ai nostri giorni fu l'Euridice composta da Jacopo Peri sul testo dell'egloga pastorale omonima del poeta fiorentino Ottavio Rinuccini. La struggente storia d'amore fra i personaggi mitologici di Orfeo ed Euridice (argomento peraltro da molti ritenuto poco adatto alla circostanza fu rappresentata il 6 ottobre 1600, a Firenze, in occasione dei festeggiamenti per le nozze di Maria de' Medici con il re di Francia Enrico IV.
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