From the opera bouffe
. I do believe I've seen it a hundred times, and always with fresh enjoyment.
Albert had never been able to endure the Italian theatres, with their orchestras from which it is impossible to see, and the absence of balconies, or open boxes; all these defects pressed hard on a man who had had his stall at the Bouffes
, and had shared a lower box at the Opera.
Cette operation permettra a celle-ci une bouffe
d'oxygene et des entrees d'argents qui avantagera son redeploiement et sa dynamisation.
Chapter 3, another broad contextual chapter, explores the impact of the Panic of 1873 on opera, particularly on how foreign-language opera came to be widely seen as expensive and elitist (largely because of steep fees charged by Italian stars and high ticket prices) and how Americans increasingly preferred other forms of theatrical entertainment, such as opera bouffe
, comic opera, extravaganza, and English-language grand opera.
If there are a few of us, maybe four or five, we often use the bonnet of an old Land Rover to set out our lunch - we can present different dishes on the various flat surfaces of the bonnet, creating the perfect grande bouffe
Ils avalent a la va vite ce qui se presente et qui dans bien des cas est synonyme de sale bouffe
, et dont les consequences se manifestent apres une duree d'incubation generalement courte de 2 a 4 heures (minimum 1/2 heure, maximum 8 heures) par l'apparition brutale de symptomes dont la diarrhee, des vomissements, des douleurs au ventre, de la fievre...
From the 1970s it was accused of being the exporter of "mal bouffe
" ("bad food") to the land of fine dining, blamed for introducing millions of French people to high-calorie American fast-food.
Matthew Hoch, who serves as editor for the series, contributed the chapter "Defining Light Opera," in which he identifies the subgenres encompassed by the term light opera: intermezzi, Singspiel, opera bouffe
, Viennese and American operetta, English comic opera, and zarzuela.
It is the object of scorn, mockery and disdain - but more of the kind reserved for bad opra bouffe
than for a genuine threat.
Here, it seemed, was the opera bouffe
climax of Trump's campaign against the media, a bizarro-world spectacle that both encapsulated and parodied the president's animus toward a major democratic institution.
Using the early wind music as evidence, she uncovers echoes of Sacre, Petrushka, and especially Mavra, his polarising 1924 opera bouffe
. Regarding this period overall, Kelly writes that "les premieres pieces pour instruments a vent de Poulenc sont plus qu'une imitation d'eleve et constituent des etudes tres revelatrices" (the early wind sonatas represent more than student imitations, but rather highly revelatory pieces; p.