No. Operas have been written in virtually every language.
Daniel Schneller has written: 'Richard Wagners \\' -- subject(s): Performances, Operas, First performances 'Der Ambassadorenhof in Solothurn'
Mozart composed several operas in Italian, and then a few in German.
The first operas were in Italian. The form spread throughout Europe and the world, and there are now operas in virtually every language.
It is italian.
The majority of operas are written in Italian.
As in the majority of operas it is performed in Italian.
Italian The first operas were written to Italian librettos, but there have been operas written by now in almost any and every major language and some minor ones.
they were both sung in the language of the audience.(apex)
they were both sung in the language of the audience
for the general public in the common language of the people
Usually in English, French, German, or Italian , but there really is no set language. The opera's language is chosen by the composer, not the singer. It can be... Italian, French, German, Russian, Czech. There are probably more operas in Italian, but there are many in French, German and English. There are no operas in Latin.
Hermann Wiessner has written: 'Der Stabreimvers in Richard Wagners \\' -- subject(s): Alliteration, German language, Versification
Italian, German, French, etc. Almost never in English.
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The cast of Der Taktstock Richard Wagners - 1918 includes: Hanni Weisse
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