rock opera


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Noun1.rock opera - albums of rock music that aspired to the status of art; first appeared in the 1960s
concept album - an album whose recordings are unified by some theme (instrumental or lyrical or narrative or compositional)
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Performed by students from the GEMS Modern Academy School in Dubai and based on a tale from the Indian mythology of Mahabharata, Shakuntala has been reimagined as a rock opera with 19 original songs and a cast of 30 singers and dancers.
The rock opera will tell the story of Jethro Tull's life but reimagined as if it were happening in the near future.
The result is a wild double construction, combining the obvious artifice of a rock opera with the roughness of a hardcore band, a type that Fucked Up has always pushed against and, arguably, long since destroyed.
Award-winning film and TV composer Alfie Thomas' virtual rock opera -Random Access Memory (RAM) -which features live singers, a rock band, a virtual singer and groundbreaking animation opened for one night only at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Wednesday.
Summary: LONDON: Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters announced plans to take his cult rock opera "The Wall" across Europe and the US, decades after it was originally staged.
The unsavoury looking bunch were set to take part the filming of The Who's rock opera Tommy, starring the band themselves alongside Oliver Reed, Ann Margret, Tina Turner and Elton John.
The rock opera apparently derives the style from their earlier work Tommy and Quadrophenia.
I am working on a rock opera, An American Siddhartha: The Way Within.
The movie, a "horror rock opera," based on a stage musical, is set in a plague-ravaged future where people can purchase new organs on the installment plan from a corporation called Geneco.
QUEBEC TENOR MARC HERVIEUX HAS BEEN THRILLING audiences as Zero Janvier in the symphonic version of the rock opera Starmania.
Based on Puccini's La Boheme, the stage version of rock opera Rent has been a massive hit worldwide and the film is exhilarating and uplifting.