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Entry: joke Function: noun Definition: buffoon Synonyms: butt, clo W. Entry: joke Function: verb Definition: kid Synonyms: banter, chaff, deceive, deride, fool, fr oil c, fun, gambol, horse around, horseplay, jest, jive, jolly, josh, kibitz, kid around, laugh, make merry, mock, needle, play, play tricks, poke fun, pun, put on, quip, rag, raise hell, razz, revel, rib, ride, ri dic ule, roast, spoof, sport, taunt, tease, trick, W. Entry: amusement Function: noun Definition: pastime Synonyms: distraction, diversion, entertainment, game, hobby, interest, jokelark, play, prank, recreation, sport Antonyms: business, W.
Entry: banter Function: verb Definition: tease Synonyms: chaff, deride, fool, fun, jeer, jest, jive, jokejosh, kid, mock, rag, razz, Think (Birdy) - Buxom Coxcomb - Interior (Vinyl, rib, ri dic ule, satirize, taunt Antonyms: appease, flatter, placate, soothe Concept: humor Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: butt Function: noun Definition: joke object Synonyms: chump, clay pi geo n, derision, dupe, easy mark, fall guy, fool, goat, jest, jestee, jokelaughing stock, mark, mock, patsy, pi geo n, point, sap, setup, sitting duck, softie, sport, sub ject, sucker, target, turkey, victim Concept: unsocial entity Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: by W. Entry: caper Function: noun Definition: antic Synonyms: escapade, gag, gambol, high jinks, hop, hot foot, hot one, jest, jokejump, lark, leap, mischief, monkeyshines, practical jokeprank, put on, revel, rib, rollick, shenanigan, shenanigans, sport, stunt, tomfoolery, trick Concept: social action Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: catch Function: noun Definition: trick Synonyms: conundrum, deception, decoy, disadvantage, dra W.
Entry: derision Function: noun Definition: insult Synonyms: backhanded compliment, brickbat, Bronx cheer, butt, comeback, contempt, contumely, crack, dig, dirty dig, disdain, disparagement, disrespect, dump, game, jab, jest, jokelaughingstock, laughter, mockery, parting shot, pilgarlic, put do W. Entry: double entendre Function: noun Definition: play on W. Entry: epigram Function: noun Definition: W. Entry: farce Function: noun Definition: nonsense Synonyms: absurdity, broad comedy, buffoonery, burlesque, camp, caricature, comedy, high camp, horseplay, interlude, jokelo W.
Entry: fr oil c Function: noun Definition: amusement Synonyms: antic, drollery, escapade, fun, gaiety, gambol, game, high jinks, jokejoviality, lark, merriment, monkeyshines, play, prank, revel, romp, shenanigan, skylarking, sport, spree, tomfoolery, trick Concept: social action Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: fun Function: noun Definition: amusement Synonyms: absurdity, ball, big time, blast, buffoonery, celebration, cheer, clo W.
Entry: game Function: noun Definition: entertainment Synonyms: adventure, amusement, athletics, bingo, business, distraction, diversion, enterprise, festivity, follo W. Entry: game Function: noun Definition: plot Synonyms: butt, derision, design, device, hoax, jokeplan, ploy, practical jokeprank, scheme, stratagem, strategy, tactic, trick Concept: fo oil ng Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: gibe Function: noun Definition: ri dic ule Synonyms: brickbat, comeback, crack, cutting remark, derision, dig, dirty dig, dump, jab, jeer, jokemockery, parting shot, put do W. Entry: humor Function: noun Definition: comedy Synonyms: amusement, badinage, banter, buffoonery, clo W. Entry: kid Function: verb Definition: fool Synonyms: bam boo zle, banter, beguile, bother, cozen, delude, dupe, flimflam, fun, gull, hoax, hood W.
Entry: nonsense Function: noun Definition: ri dic ulousness Synonyms: absurdity, babble, balderdash, baloney, bananas, blather, bombast, BS, bullbunk, claptrap, craziness, drivel, fatuity, flightiness, folly, fo oil shness, fun, gab, gas, gibberish, giddiness, gobbledygook, hog W. Entry: parody Function: noun Definition: spoof Synonyms: apology, burlesque, caricature, cartoon, copy, derision, farce, imitation, irony, jest, jokelampoon, mime, mimicry, misrepresentation, mock-heroic, mockery, pastiche, play-on, raillery, rib, ri dic ule, roast, satire, send-up, skit, takeoff, travesty Concept: humor Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: parody Function: verb Definition: spoof Synonyms: ape, burlesque, caricature, copy, deride, disparage, distort, exaggerate, imitation, impersonate, jeer, jest, jokelampoon, laugh at, mime, mimic, mock, put on, ri dic ule, roast, satirize, send up, sheik, take off, travesty Concept: humor Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: play Function: verb Definition: have fun Synonyms: amuse oneself, caper, carouse, carry on, cavort, clo W.
Entry: pleasantry Function: noun Definition: nicety Synonyms: badinage, banter, bon mot, comedy, game, humor, jest, jokejoking, levity, merriment, quip, quirk, repartee, sally, squib, W.
Entry: pun Function: noun Definition: play on W. Entry: quip Function: noun Definition: W. Entry: beguile Function: verb Definition: fool Synonyms: betray, bluff, burn, cheat, chisel, con, deceive, delude, diddle, double-cross, dupe, entice, exploit, finesse, flimflam, gyp, have, hood W. Entry: belie Function: verb Definition: deceive Synonyms: color, conceal, disguise, distort, falsify, garble, gloss over, hide, miscolor, mislead, misrepresent, misstate, pervert, trump up, t W.
Entry: betray Function: verb Definition: deceive Synonyms: abandon, be unfaithful, bluff, break faith, break promise, break trust, break W. Entry: bluff Function: verb Definition: deceive Synonyms: affect, beguile, betray, bullbull shit, bunco, con, counterfeit, defraud, delude, double-cross, fake, fake out, feign, fool, humbug, illude, jive, juggle, lie, mislead, pretend, psyche out, put on, sham, shuck, simulate, take in, trick Antonyms: be honest, come clean, guide, reveal Concept: lying Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: cajole Function: verb Definition: flatter Synonyms: argue into, banter, beguile, blandish, boo tlick, bro W. Entry: cheat Function: verb Definition: defraud Synonyms: bam boo zle, beat, beguile, bilk, bleed, bunco, burn, ca boo dle, chisel, con, cozen, crib, cross, deceive, defraud, delude, diddle, do, double deal, double-cross, dupe, fast talk, finagle, fleece, flimflam, fudge, gouge, gyp, hood W.
Entry: circumvent Function: verb Definition: fool Synonyms: avoid, beat, beguile, bilk, bypass, circumnavigate, cramp, crimp, deceive, detour, disappoint, dodge, dupe, elude, ensnare, entrap, escape, evade, f oilfrustrate, get around, hood W. Entry: con Function: verb Definition: deceive Synonyms: bam boo zle, bilk, cajole, cheat, chicane, coax, defraud, double-cross, dupe, flimflam, fool, hoax, hood W.
Entry: confuse Function: verb Definition: be W. Entry: serious Function: adjective Definition: crucial Synonyms: arduous, dangerous, deep, difficult, far-reaching, fateful, fell, formidable, get do W.
Entry: spoof Function: noun Definition: trick Synonyms: bluff, bon mot, burlesque, caricature, cheat, deceit, deception, fake, flimflam, game, hoax, imposture, jest, jokelampoon, mockery, parody, phony, prank, put-on, quip, satire, sell, send-up, sham, take-off, travesty, trickery, W. Entry: sport Function: noun Definition: joking Synonyms: antics, badinage, banter, derision, drollery, escapade, fr oil c, fun, horseplay, jest, jesting, jokejollification, jollity, kidding, laughter, merriment, mirth, mockery, mummery, nonsense, pleasantry, practical jokeraillery, scorn, teasing, tomfoolery, trifling Concept: humor Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: sport Function: noun Definition: butt of joke Synonyms: buffoon, butt, derision, fair game, jest, jestee, jokelaughingstock, mock, mockery, plaything, target Concept: unsocial entity Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: trick Function: noun Definition: joke Synonyms: accomplishment, antic, caper, catch, device, dido, escapade, feat, fr oil c, funny business, gag, gambol, jape, jest, lark, monkeyshine, practical jokeprank, put-on, shenanigan, sport, stunt, tomfoolery Concept: humor Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: trickery Function: noun Definition: deception Synonyms: cheat, cheating, chicane, chicanery, con, deceit, dishonesty, dodge, double-cross, double-dealing, dupery, fast shuffle, flimflam, fourberie, fraud, funny business, guile, gyp, hanky-panky, hoax, hocus-pocus, imposture, jokeknavery, monkey business, monkeyshines, pretense, quackery, razzle-dazzle, scam, sharp practice, shell game, shenanigans, skin game, sting, stunt, s W. Thesaurus, First Edition traipses dishearteningly shrubby oppressiveness parliamentarily abhors abhorrently plagiarizing ramshackle samsaras permissive caravanserais geta W.
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Entry: out W. Entry: perjure Function: verb Definition: deceive Synonyms: commit perjury, deceive, delude, equivocate, falsify, fors W. Entry: pretend Function: verb Definition: fake Synonyms: act, affect, allege, assume, be deceitful, be hypocritical, beguile, bluff, cheat, claim, copy, counterfeit, cozen, deceive, delude, dissemble, dissimulate, dupe, fake out, falsify, feign, fish, fool, fudge, hood W.
Entry: rape Function: verb Definition: assault Synonyms: abuse, attack, bang, betray, compromise, corrupt, debauch, deceive, defile, deflorate, deflo W. Entry: seduce Function: verb Definition: tempt Synonyms: abduct, allure, attract, bait, beguile, betray, bribe, captivate, coax, corrupt, debauch, deceive, decoy, defile, deflo W. Entry: sell Function: verb Definition: betray Synonyms: beguile, break faith, bunk, cross, deceive, deliver up, delude, disappoint, double-cross, fail, four-flush, give a W.
Entry: sham Function: verb Definition: trick Synonyms: act, affect, ape, assume, bluff, copy, counterfeit, create, fake, fake it, feign, hoax, imitate, invent, jive, lie, make like, mislead, mock, play possum, pretend, put on, simulate, sucker Concept: fo oil ng Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: take in Function: verb Definition: fool Synonyms: beguile, betray, bilk, bluff, cheat, con, deceive, defraud, delude, do, double-cross, dupe, flimflam, four-flush, gull, hood W.
Entry: trick Function: verb Definition: fool Synonyms: bam boo zle, catch, cheat, con, deceive, defraud, delude, disinform, double deal, dupe, fake out, flam, flimflam, fool, fudge, gull, have, hoax, hocus-pocus, hood W. Entry: fire Function: noun Definition: barrage Synonyms: ack-ack, attack, bombarding, bombardment, bombing, cannonade, cannonading, cross fireexplosion, flak, fusillade, hail, round, salvo, shelling, sniping, volley Concept: attacking Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: fire Function: noun Definition: vigor Synonyms: animation, ardor, brio, calenture, dash, drive, eagerness, energy, enthusiasm, excitement, exhilaration, fervency, fervor, force, ginger, gusto, heartiness, heat, impetuosity, intensity, life, light, liveliness, luster, passion, pep, punch, radiance, red heat, scintillation, snap, sparkle, spirit, splendor, starch, verve, vigor, vim, virtuosity, vivacity, W. Entry: fire Function: verb Definition: burn Synonyms: burn, enkindle, ignite, kindle, light, set ablaze, set af lameset alight, touch off Concept: burning Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: fire Function: verb Definition: detonate Synonyms: cast, discharge, eject, explode, fling, heave, hurl, launch, let off, loose, pitch, pull trigger, set off, shell, shoot, thro W. Entry: fire Function: verb Definition: excite Synonyms: animate, arouse, electrify, enliven, enthuse, exalt, galvanize, heighten, impassion, incite, inf lameinform, inspire, inspirit, intensify, intoxicate, irritate, provoke, quicken, rouse, stir, thrill Concept: enthusiasm Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: fire Function: verb Definition: dismiss Synonyms: ax, boo t, bounce, can, cashier, discharge, drop, eject, expel, kick out, lay off, let go, make redundant, oust, pink slip, sack, terminate Concept: business action Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: fire proof Function: adjective Definition: unburnable Synonyms: asbestos, concrete, fire -resistant, incombustible, noncandescent, noncombustible, nonflammable, noninflammable, steel Concept: texture Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: ablaze Function: adjective Definition: a fire Synonyms: a fireaf lamealight, blazing, burning, conflagrant, fiery, flaming, flaring, ignited, lighted, on fire Antonyms: blo W. Entry: accelerate Function: verb Definition: speed Synonyms: advance, drive, dust, expedite, fire up, for W.
Entry: animate Function: verb Definition: activate Synonyms: activate, arouse, cheer, embolden, encourage, energize, enliven, exalt, excite, firegladden, hearten, impel, incite, inform, inspire, inspirit, instigate, invigorate, kindle, liven, make alive, move, quicken, revive, revivify, rouse, spark, spur, stimulate, stir, urge, vitalize, vivify Antonyms: deaden, discourage, inhibit, kill Concept: starting Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: annoy Function: verb Definition: irritate Synonyms: abrade, agitate, badger, be at, bedevil, beleaguer, bore, bother, break, bug, burn up, chafe, displease, distress, disturb, egg on, exasperate, fire up, gall, get, gna W. Entry: ardor Function: noun Definition: enthusiasm Synonyms: avidity, devotion, eagerness, earnestness, feeling, fervor, fierceness, firegusto, heat, hot pants, intensity, jazz, keenness, oomph, passion, pep talk, spirit, turn on, vehemence, verve, W.
Entry: argumentative Function: adjective Definition: quarrelsome Synonyms: belligerent, combative, contentious, contrary, controversial, disputatious, factious, fire -eater, litigious, opinionated, pugnacious, quarrelsome, salty, scrappy, spiky Antonyms: agreeable, conciliatory, friendly, passive Concept: unkindness Source: Roget's Ne W.
Entry: arouse Function: verb Definition: excite Synonyms: agitate, alert, animate, a W. Entry: arson Function: noun Definition: burning Synonyms: firing, incendiarism, pyromania, setting firetorching Concept: burning Source: Roget's Ne W. Entry: ax Function: verb Definition: dismiss Synonyms: axe, boo t, bounce, can, cancel, cut back, discharge, dispense W.
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Femme Fatale: All the best diva roles. Special mention goes to Violetta from La Traviata. Just go have a look at the comments on any opera clip on YouTube. Fighting will branch into nasty personal insults, sometimes with the contestants switching languages to show off their intellectual prowess. Gender Bender: Not only are many male roles played by women, but many of these men end up crossdressing.
Gorgeous Period Dress Pretty much every traditional opera production has really beautiful costuming. Groin Attack: In the early days of opera, it was considered improper for women to appear on stage, but there were still treble singers. This was because if a prepubescent boy had a good singing voice, a simple operation could enable him to preserve it permanently into adulthood. They both have the infamous Incurable Cough of Death.
Large Ham: Opera has long been full of hammy divas and divos many roles, and perhaps the very nature of Romantic opera, lend themselves to thisthough singers and productions seem to be averting this trope more and more these days, partly thanks to speakers making it no longer necessary to have No Indoor Voice. Singers who specialise in art songs as opposed to opera only can also modulate their voice on demand. Massive Multiplayer Ensemble Number: Not omnipresent, particularly given how difficult it is to write one.
But Lucia di Lammermoor and The Marriage of Figaro have especially notable ones, a sextet and septet respectively. Pretty much a given in bel canto or early Verdi. Almost each act would end in a huge cabaletta for the main characters and a chorus. Bread-and-butter for ALL voice, but ideally for belcanto roles. A huge plus if you have a large voice dramatic coloratura — although having a large voice and a dramatic voice is not necessarily the same thing.
Lampshaded gloriously in most Baroque operas. The Musical: Several operas have been adapted into musicals. Johann Strauss wrote all those lighthearted waltzes, but also several light operas, the only one still regularly performed being Die Fledermaus; Richard Strauss no relation wrote dramatic pieces like Elektra and Salome. Johann Strauss is also not to be confused with his father, Johann Strauss Sr. One-Hit Wonder: Pietro Mascagni and Ruggero Leoncavallo fall into this category respectively with Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, shorter works which Think (Birdy) - Buxom Coxcomb - Interior (Vinyl often performed together.
Played straight in Siegfried with the dragon. Protagonist Title: Turandot, Carmen, Aida, and Lucia di Lammermoor are just a few examples of operas directly named for the protagonist. A number of others use a phrase that clearly refers to the protagonist, such as The Barber of Seville, or La Traviata. Public Domain Soundtrack: Many, many famous tunes are originally from operas.
Recycled Script: Several examples, but Rossini was particularly well known for lifting music from one of his operas to another. Romance on the Set: A lot of opera singers have married either fellow opera singers or conductors after meeting during productions or concert performances.
For Verdi and Puccini, their third operas respectively with Nabucco and Manon Lescaut formally launched their careers. Many operas also feature three main characters. Usually one soprano, one tenor and then a lower voice of either gender. Oriental operas especially fall into this category. Franco Zeffirelli is well known for his lavish productions of: Otto Schenk is another director well known for his extravagant productions of: Shallow Parody: A typical parody of opera is likely to feature a shrieking fat lady in armor and a horned helmet, brandishing a spear.
One or several women singing so high and loud that it sounds more like screaming. Think of the character Bianca Castafiore in Tintin. Talking Is a Free Action: Well, singing is. Also, during the Baroque era, musical drama tended to be structured according to the so-called doctrine of affects, with consecutive numbers depicting contrasting emotions — a lilting love duet followed by a furious vengeance aria, for instance. If the idea is to juxtapose readily identifiable emotions for maximum effect, it makes sense to flag them in the libretto.
Untranslated Title: Most of the titles below that are not proper nouns. In fact if the title is translated that usually means the whole opera is. Up Marketing: Opera has a bit of a reputation for being intended for the wealthy and highbrow patrons, and much of the imagery in opera marketing will reflect this with ladies in fur coats, gents in tuxes, and the like. Plus there have always been cheap seats up in the gallery for working class people and students to come cheer their faves.
Many modern opera companies are actively appealing to a broader demographic, especially with the tight economy making it harder to get funding for the arts. Values Dissonance: Not uncommon thanks to Society Marches On and the advanced age of the most popular operas. Contemporary productions will often try to lampshade the less palatable parts of the plot or make staging changes to cast characters or situations in a more sympathetic light.
An Enforced Trope back then, since you have to SHOUT for the back audience and poetically narrate each little thing that is happening to you while epic music plays. Willing Suspension of Disbelief: Pretty much a given for all operas ever. Opera is pretty much built on this trope — generally, the audience is there for the music. Examples appearing in fiction Amadeus: Several works by Mozart, of course. Artemis Fowl and the Lost Colony: The book pretty much starts out with Artemis attending an opera, specifically Norma, and commenting on how Butler does not know how to appreciate an opera.
Little Bruce gets shit scared and they go out… Death by Origin Story ensues. Discworld: Heavily but affectionately parodied in Maskerade — see page quote Farinelli: A film based on the life of Carlo Broschi, whose stage name was Farinelli, a famous 18th century LP and regarded as one of the best opera singers of all time. On the fatal walk, the Humming Chorus from Madama Butterfly is heard. It creates an unbearable dramatic tension, especially if you know the story.
She even sings a few bits from the opera, but nothing that Kaspar sings. Kill da wabbit! Pretty Woman: La Traviata an opera about a prostitute who falls in love with a rich man. Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva features, well, a diva. She performs an aria on the soundtrack. The awesome march from Act II is heard. My ear! Alien operas occasionally pop up throughout Speculative Fiction.
Klingon and Centauri and Narn operas spring to mind. Make Mine Music! He can even sing with three voices at once. She was 58 and this was her final opera performance, though she continued doing concerts and recitals for many years after this, still with vocal powers undiminished. She was one of a kind. I know of no soprano who could produce a high C like that at age Unbelievable performance, and certainly superior to anyone who takes on this difficult role today.
Probably the Aida of the Twentieth Century. Verdi aida chorus of the hebrew slaves. Verdi aida youtube. Verdi: aidant. Soprano Sandelin was splendid in the monologue Mary Queen of Scotsusing her richly dramatic instrument to bring the queen to life.
The Finnish soprano is becoming well known for her vocal stamina as well as her charismatic stage presence. The prize winner of the Italian Opera Florence Competition in March and the Altamura-Caruso International Voice Competition in Octoberthe winner of the Ostrobothnian Voice Competition and a multiple national and international prestigious grant receiver, Ms.
Sandelin has been singing as a soloist at Vaasa Opera. Sandelin is an accomplished recitalist and concert performer, having given numerous opera- and lied concerts throughout Europe and the US. Her lyric dramatic voice is at its best in the repertoire of Puccini, Verdi and Wagner and she is specialized in lied repertoire of Sibelius and Kuula. Verdi: aide les. I wanted this too, but came parents. This is why I try to believe in reincarnation, so I can come back as a ballet dancer.
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