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Main Pagefrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchwelcome To Wikipedia,the Free Encyclopedia That Anyone can edit.3,095,372 Articles In Englishartsbiographygeographyhistorymathematicssciencesocietytechnologyall portalsoverview · Editing · Questions · Helpcontents · Categories · Featured Content · A–z Indextoday's Featured Articletrial By Jury Is A Comic Opera In One Act, With Music By Arthur Sullivan And Libretto By W. S. Gilbert. I...

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Trial By Juryfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is About The Comic Opera. For The Legal Institution, See Jury Trial.for Other Uses, See Trial By Jury (disambiguation).a Scene From Trial By Jury As Illustrated In The Magazine Illustrated Sporting And Dramatic News Of 1 May 1875trial By Jury Is A Comic Opera In One Act, With Music By Arthur Sullivan And Libretto By W. S. Gilbert. It Was First Produced On 25 March 1875, At London's Royalty Theatre, Where It Initially R...

Comic Opera - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Comic Operafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchcomic Opera, Or Light 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 Accomp...

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Arthur Sullivanfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchsir Arthur Seymour Sullivanwikisource Has Original Text Related To This Article:arthur Sullivanthis Article Is About The British Composer. For The Australian Soldier Decorated With The Victoria Cross, See Arthur Percy Sullivan.sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan Mvo (13 May 1842 – 22 November 1900) Was An English Composer, Of Irish And Italian Descent, Best Known For His Operatic Collaborations With Librettist W. S. Gilbert, Including ...

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Librettofrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchfor The Computer Manufactured By Toshiba, See Libretto (notebook). For The Seat-back Translation System Used In Some Operas Houses, See Electronic Libretto.cover Of A 1921 Libretto For Giordano's Andrea Chéniera Libretto Is The Text Used In An Extended Musical Work Such As An Opera, Operetta, Masque, Oratorio And Cantata, Musical, And Ballet. The Term "libretto" Is Also Sometimes Used To Refer To The Text Of Major Liturgical Works, Suc...

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W. S. Gilbertfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchw. S. Gilbertsir William Schwenck Gilbertborn18 November 1836(1836-11-18), Londondied29 May 1911 (aged 74), Grim's Dykeoccupationdramatistinfluencesjames Planché; Thomas William Robertsoninfluencedoscar Wilde; George Bernard Shaw; Oscar Hammerstein Iisir William Schwenck Gilbert[1] (18 November 1836 – 29 May 1911) Was An English Dramatist, Librettist, Poet And Illustrator Best Known For His Fourteen Comic Operas Produced In...


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Royalty Theatre - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Jacques Offenbachfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchoffenbach In The 1860sjacques Offenbach (born Jacob Offenbach; 20 June 1819 – 5 October 1880) Was A German-born French Composer And Cellist Of The Romantic Era And One Of The Originators Of The Operetta Form. Of German-jewish Ancestry, He Was One Of The Most Influential Composers Of Popular Music In Europe In The 19th Century, And Many Of His Works Remain In The Repertory.offenbach's Numerous Operettas, Such As Orpheus In The...

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Breach Of Promisefrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Does Not Cite Any References Or Sources.please Help Improve This Article By Adding Citations To Reliable Sources. Unsourced Material May Be Challenged And Removed. (september 2007)for The 1942 Film, See Breach Of Promise (film).breach Of Promise Is A Former Common Law Tort.from At Least Medieval Times Until The Early 20th Century, A Man's Promise Of Engagement To Marry A Woman Was Considered, In Many Jurisdictions,...

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Satirefrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthis Article Is About The Genre. For The Mythological Character, See Satyr.1867 Edition Of Punch, A Ground-breaking British Magazine Of Popular Humour, Including A Good Deal Of Satire Of The Contemporary Social And Political Scene.literaturemajor Formsnovel · Poem · Dramashort Story · Novellagenresepic · Lyric · Dramaromance · Satiretragedy · Comedytragicomedymediaperformance (play) · Bookte...

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Gilbert And Sullivanfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchw. S. Gilbertarthur Sullivangilbert And Sullivan Refers To The Victorian Era Partnership Of Librettist W. S. Gilbert (1836–1911) And Composer Arthur Sullivan (1842–1900). The Two Men Collaborated On Fourteen Comic Operas Between 1871 And 1896, Of Which H.m.s. Pinafore, The Pirates Of Penzance And The Mikado Are Among The Best Known.[1]gilbert, Who Wrote The Words, Created Fanciful "topsy-turvy" Worlds For These Operas, W...

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Thespis (opera)from Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchillustration Of Thespis By D. H. Friston From The Illustrated London News Of 6 January 1872thespis, Or The Gods Grown Old, Is An Operatic Extravaganza That Was The First Collaboration Between Dramatist W. S. Gilbert And Composer Arthur Sullivan. No Musical Score Of Thespis Was Ever Published, And Most Of The Music Has Been Lost. Gilbert And Sullivan Went On To Become The Most Famous And Successful Artistic Partnership In Victoria...

Savoy Opera - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Savoy Operafrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchthe Savoy Operas Denote A Style Of Comic Opera That Developed In Victorian England In The Late 19th Century, With W. S. Gilbert And Arthur Sullivan As The Original And Most Successful Practitioners. The Name Is Derived From The Savoy Theatre, Which Impresario Richard D'oyly Carte Built To House The Gilbert And Sullivan Pieces, And Later, Those By Other Composer–librettist Teams. The Great Bulk Of The Non-g&s Savoy Operas Either...

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Zelda Fitzgeraldfrom Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopediajump To: Navigation, Searchzelda Sayre At Age 17zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (july 24, 1900 – March 10, 1948), Born Zelda Sayre In Montgomery, Alabama, Was An American Novelist And The Wife Of Writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. She Was An Icon Of The 1920s—dubbed By Her Husband "the First American Flapper". After The Success Of His First Novel, This Side Of Paradise (1920), The Fitzgeralds Became Celebrities. The Newspapers Of New York Saw Them As Embodiments Of T...

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