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Definition of Libretti

Libretti
Libretto Li*bret"to (l[i^]*br[e^]t"t[-o]; It. l[-e]*br[asl]t"t[-o]), n.; pl. E. Librettos (-t[=o]z), It. Libretti (-t[-e]). [It., dim. of libro book, L. liber. See Libel.] (Mus.) (a) A book containing the words of an opera or extended piece of music. (b) The words themselves.

Meaning of Libretti from wikipedia

- plural libretti [liˈbretti]), from Italian, is the diminutive of the word libro ("book"). Sometimes other language equivalents are used for libretti in that...
- "small book"). Some composers, notably Wagner, have written their own libretti; others have worked in close collaboration with their librettists, e.g...
- Scribe wrote libretti for operas for many major composers of his time, often for productions destined for the Paris Opéra. Many of these libretti constitute...
- is particularly known as a writer of libretti, primarily for zarzuelas. With Federico Romero, he wrote the libretti for two of the best-known zarzuelas...
- cultural studies at the University of Tallinn. She has written several libretti for Estonian composers and has translated from Italian, English, German...
- Mozart in collaboration with Arthur Bernède with whom he would write five libretti for the composer Félix Fourdrain. Henri Hirschmann: Lovelace (in collaboration...
- Johann Friedrich Kind (4 March 1768 in Leipzig – 24 June 1843) was a German dramatist, most famous for writing the libretto for Carl Maria von Weber's...
- Giulio Cesare Corradi (Parma, c.1650 - Venice, 1701 or 1702) was an Italian opera librettist. No biographical information exists prior to 1674 and the...
- sta**** there for the rest of his life. Between 1800 and 1839 he wrote libretti for 45 operas, especially for the Teatro San Carlo for which he was the...
- Edgar McPhail Smith (1857–1938) was an American writer and lyricist for musicals in the early decades of the 20th century. He contributed to some 150 Broadway...
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