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Italian diminutive of opera opera opera1
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Borrowing from Italian operetta.
In 1752 he brought out at Fontainebleau an operetta, the Devin du village, which was successful.
This young company produced an operetta each summer holiday and raised more than £ 6,000 for charity.
Or rather, the universe itself is one. ' In 1892, Holst wrote a two act operetta entitled Lansdown Castle.
Chris Monks returns with the latest classic operetta to be given the special New Vic treatment.
Copland's rousing Fanfare for the Common Man prefaces the overture to Gershwin's satirical operetta Strike up the Band.
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