Word "OPERA" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a building where musical dramas are performed
Synonyms:
opera house

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a commercial browser

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes

Crossword Clues for OPERA

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Beethoven wrote just one The Washington Post 28 Jan 2022
Beethoven wrote just one LA Times Daily 28 Jan 2022
“Fidelio” is Beethoven’s only one New York Times 25 Jan 2022
Joyce DiDonato production USA Today 23 Jan 2022
Sung story Thomas Joseph 20 Jan 2022
"In __, there is always too much singing": Debussy LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2022
Where to see a lady in a Viking helmet Family Time 09 Jan 2022
"Einstein on the Beach," e.g LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2021
Oscar for each actor starting off dramatic work The Times Cryptic 25 Dec 2021
Faust or Tosca Irish Times Simplex 24 Dec 2021
Performance with arias USA Today 23 Dec 2021
Show with a libretto USA Today 21 Dec 2021
Performance sometimes seen through glasses LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2021
Covent Garden fare? The Guardian Quick 09 Dec 2021
Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman," e.g LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2021
"William Tell," e.g LA Times Daily 28 Nov 2021
Time after Post Office returned major work? The Times Cryptic 25 Nov 2021
Musical work penned by bishop, erased The Times Cryptic 24 Nov 2021
Performance with divas USA Today 22 Nov 2021
“Tosca” or “Turandot” New York Times 22 Nov 2021
They say this “ain’t over until the fat lady sings” New York Times 15 Nov 2021
"La Boheme" or "La Traviata" Universal 14 Nov 2021
Beijing ___ (Chinese art form) USA Today 10 Nov 2021
Rossini work LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2021
“Carmen” or “Elektra” New York Times 08 Nov 2021
Prima donna's show USA Today 31 Oct 2021
Unsuk Chin’s “Alice in Wonderland,” for one New York Times 27 Oct 2021
"Carmen," for instance Universal 24 Oct 2021
Performance with arias Newsday 18 Oct 2021
''Grand'' music Newsday 17 Oct 2021
Production with arias USA Today 16 Oct 2021
Musical drama The Telegraph Quick 12 Oct 2021
Company product? The Washington Post Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Musical drama The Telegraph Quick 09 Oct 2021
Musical drama Newsday 05 Oct 2021
Italian runner making comeback with period theatre The Telegraph Toughie 05 Oct 2021
Musical drama The Telegraph Quick 26 Sep 2021
“Don Carlos,” “Don Giovanni” or “Don Pasquale” Wall Street Journal 14 Sep 2021
Puccini specialty LA Times Daily 14 Sep 2021
Puccini specialty The Washington Post 14 Sep 2021
Eg, Cosi fan tutte The Times Concise 06 Sep 2021
Gig for a tenor Newsday 01 Sep 2021
'What's ___, Doc?' (old Bugs Bunny short) New York Times 29 Aug 2021
Show for Angela Gheorghiu USA Today 29 Aug 2021
Musical drama Thomas Joseph 25 Aug 2021
Musical entertainment The Telegraph Quick 24 Aug 2021
Drama with singing Newsday 24 Aug 2021
Music with singing sopranos Newsday 23 Aug 2021
Sung story Thomas Joseph 20 Aug 2021
Performance with a libretto USA Today 10 Aug 2021
'The Phantom of the ___' New York Times 09 Aug 2021
Vaughan Williams’s “Riders to the Sea,” e.g Wall Street Journal 07 Aug 2021
Grammy category New York Times 05 Aug 2021
'Carmen' or 'Tosca' USA Today 30 Jul 2021
Drama with sopranos Newsday 19 Jul 2021
Musical drama or comedy The Guardian Speedy 18 Jul 2021
Performance with 56-Acrosses USA Today 15 Jul 2021
"Carmen," for one Universal 12 Jul 2021
''Grand'' music Newsday 04 Jul 2021
Joplin's "Treemonisha," e.g Universal 04 Jul 2021
Lincoln Center show Wall Street Journal 29 Jun 2021
Marx Brothers film setting The Washington Post 27 Jun 2021
Marx Brothers film setting LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2021
"Einstein on the Beach," e.g Universal 25 Jun 2021
La Scala offering LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2021
La Scala offering The Washington Post 21 Jun 2021
Met work Thomas Joseph 04 Jun 2021
Musical work with acts USA Today 27 May 2021
Aida, say, longing to be topless with artist The Telegraph Cryptic 11 May 2021
“The Barber of Seville,” e.g Wall Street Journal 10 May 2021
Covent Garden performance Wall Street Journal 04 May 2021
'La Bohème,' for one New York Times 04 May 2021
Production with arias USA Today 28 Apr 2021
'Aida,' for one The Washington Post 26 Apr 2021
Drama with arias Universal 24 Apr 2021
'The Magic Flute' is one USA Today 22 Apr 2021
Sydney ___ House Universal 16 Apr 2021
'The Barber of Seville,' e.g New York Times 14 Apr 2021
Some co-operation needed in Magic Flute? The Sun Two Speed 05 Apr 2021
Show with lots of singing Family Time 05 Apr 2021
Sung drama The Sun Two Speed 05 Apr 2021
Met performance Wall Street Journal 29 Mar 2021
Puccini work Premier Sunday 28 Mar 2021
Web browser launched by a Norwegian company in 1995 The Times Specialist Sunday 28 Mar 2021
'The Phantom of the ___' USA Today 15 Mar 2021
Musical drama The Sun Two Speed 12 Mar 2021
Aria report backed to include Carmen? The Sun Two Speed 12 Mar 2021
Music with singing sopranos Newsday 08 Mar 2021
Anna Netrebko's music USA Today 28 Feb 2021
Where trills provide thrills New York Times 21 Feb 2021
Most of well-known artist's work on stage The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Feb 2021
Eg, Turandot The Times Concise 01 Feb 2021
Stage work The Times Concise 20 Jan 2021
Musical drama The Times Concise 17 Jan 2021
Drama with singers Newsday 13 Jan 2021
It literally means ''works'' Newsday 01 Jan 2021
Puccini work Universal 22 Dec 2020
Light __: Offenbach music genre LA Times Daily 18 Dec 2020
Light __: Offenbach music genre The Washington Post 18 Dec 2020
Work containing 14-Acrosses USA Today 15 Dec 2020
Britten creation Wall Street Journal 03 Dec 2020
Soprano's gig Newsday 26 Nov 2020
8 Down, for one Newsday 18 Nov 2020
Work on putting essay right and using headings The Telegraph Toughie 17 Nov 2020
Some upsetting nightmare possibly in Ring, for one Irish Times Crosaire 12 Nov 2020
Musical performance USA Today 12 Nov 2020
"The Magic Flute," e.g Premier Sunday 01 Nov 2020
Drama set to music Newsday 20 Oct 2020
Scott Joplin's 'Treemonisha,' e.g USA Today 16 Oct 2020
Culture calendar listing Newsday 08 Oct 2020
Carmen perhaps clad in proper attire The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Sep 2020
''Grand'' or ''comic'' performance Newsday 17 Sep 2020
Work in proper attire The Sun Two Speed 17 Sep 2020
Drama with 30-Down Universal 16 Sep 2020
Soprano's performance Newsday 16 Sep 2020
Zitkala-Sa composed one USA Today 06 Sep 2020
Piano used in old-time musical work The Sun Two Speed 25 Aug 2020
Work period for Peter Grimes? The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Aug 2020
'Einstein on the Beach,' e.g New York Times 16 Aug 2020
Work within proper authority The Sun Two Speed 10 Aug 2020
Theatre masonry styles The Telegraph Toughie 28 Jul 2020
Works in Europe rarely The Sun Two Speed 21 Jul 2020
Puccini performance Wall Street Journal 13 Jul 2020
Drama seen in Europe rarely The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Jul 2020
"Carmen," for one Thomas Joseph 29 Jun 2020
Palais Garnier performance LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2020
Palais Garnier performance The Washington Post 28 Jun 2020
Old country reduced area for Bluebeard's Castle, for example Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jun 2020
Performance at the Met Wall Street Journal 22 Jun 2020
Leontyne Price performance USA Today 19 Jun 2020
Theater production USA Today 15 Jun 2020
Ring exercises -- oddly real drama The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jun 2020
Performance with arias Universal 07 Jun 2020
Queen's "A Night at the ___" Universal 29 May 2020
Show with singing only Family Time 18 May 2020
Jessye Norman performance USA Today 16 May 2020
Performance often viewed through special glasses Universal 06 May 2020
Work got via proper agency The Sun Two Speed 25 Apr 2020
Musical genre that means 'work' in Italian The Washington Post 19 Apr 2020
Musical genre that means "work" in Italian LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2020
Bizet work Universal 13 Apr 2020
Piano in old-time musical presentation The Sun Two Speed 11 Apr 2020
Prima donna's performance USA Today 27 Mar 2020
Nightly streaming offering from the Met Jonesin 24 Mar 2020
"The Phantom of the ___" Universal 18 Mar 2020
Musical composition The Times Concise 10 Mar 2020
Show with arias USA Today 10 Mar 2020
Diva's dramatic gig Newsday 25 Feb 2020
74-Across, e.g Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2020
'Don Giovanni,' e.g New York Times 19 Feb 2020
Covent Garden offering
"La Traviata," for one
Musical presentation The Sun Two Speed 30 Dec 2019
Piano in old time musical drama The Sun Two Speed 30 Dec 2019
*In working order The Washington Post Sunday 29 Dec 2019
Bizet genre Newsday 29 Dec 2019
Show with a libretto USA Today 28 Dec 2019
Piano used in old-time musical drama? The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Dec 2019
__ house The Washington Post 20 Dec 2019
__ house LA Times Daily 20 Dec 2019
Puccini production Newsday 19 Dec 2019
''Grand'' work Newsday 15 Dec 2019
Verdi work Universal 14 Dec 2019
Works New York Times 13 Dec 2019
Works
Puccini production Universal 12 Dec 2019
Performance with sopranos Newsday 09 Dec 2019
Where the Marx Brothers famously spent a night New York Times 04 Dec 2019
Where the Marx Brothers famously spent a night
Diva's performance Universal 25 Nov 2019
Musical work with sopranos Newsday 18 Nov 2019
Retiring amidst Delaware population or Ring, for example? Irish Times Crosaire 14 Nov 2019
Drama set to music Irish Times Simplex 13 Nov 2019
Piano needed in old-time musical work The Sun Two Speed 12 Nov 2019
The Magic Flute, say Irish Times Simplex 30 Oct 2019
“Mefistofele,” e.g Wall Street Journal 30 Oct 2019
Upsets American agent linked to fair amount of musical drama Irish Times Crosaire 24 Oct 2019
Wagner genre Newsday 20 Oct 2019
Stage performance with singing The Washington Post 17 Oct 2019
Stage performance with singing LA Times Daily 17 Oct 2019
'The Magic Flute,' e.g Jonesin 15 Oct 2019
Gershwin's ''Blue Monday,'' for one Newsday 12 Oct 2019
Met offering USA Today 10 Oct 2019
La Scala offering Universal 30 Sep 2019
Beethoven wrote just one The Washington Post 27 Sep 2019
Beethoven wrote just one LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2019
Tenor's gig Newsday 26 Sep 2019
6-Across, e.g USA Today 25 Sep 2019
See 1-Down The Washington Post 21 Sep 2019
See 1-Down LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2019
Genre for Puccini and Ponchielli New York Times 16 Sep 2019
Bizet work Family Time 08 Sep 2019
"Rigoletto," for one Universal 30 Aug 2019
Gig for sopranos Newsday 27 Aug 2019
Drama set to music The Telegraph Quick 21 Aug 2019
It often follows an overture LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2019
It often follows an overture The Washington Post 16 Aug 2019
Performance at the Met Universal 13 Aug 2019
'William Tell,' e.g USA Today 13 Aug 2019
Palais Garnier show The New Yorker 12 Aug 2019
'Don Carlos,' 'Don Giovanni' or 'Don Pasquale' Wall Street Journal 07 Aug 2019
Mozart work The Washington Post 03 Aug 2019
Mozart work LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2019
Work with recitatives The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jul 2019
Puccini work Eugene Sheffer 22 Jul 2019
'L'Orfeo' or 'Otello' USA Today 16 Jul 2019
Sung drama Thomas Joseph 16 Jul 2019
Event with singing only Family Time 14 Jul 2019
Musical drama Newsday 09 Jul 2019
Work of Bellini or Gounod New York Times 27 Jun 2019
Diva's gig Newsday 19 Jun 2019
Met offering Thomas Joseph 19 Jun 2019
'Nixon in China,' for one Jonesin 18 Jun 2019
Dramatic work, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 16 Jun 2019
“____ is when a guy gets stabbed in the back and, instead of bleeding, he sings” (Ed Gardner) The Times Specialist Sunday 16 Jun 2019
Piano used in old-time musical presentation The Sun Two Speed 11 Jun 2019
Phantom's hangout USA Today 05 Jun 2019
Stage entertainment The Times Concise 04 Jun 2019
Met music Thomas Joseph 25 May 2019
Work with numbers The Washington Post Sunday 12 May 2019
'The Magic Flute,' e.g USA Today 10 May 2019
Work required in Europe rather? The Sun Two Speed 08 May 2019
Any of 22 Mozart works USA Today 23 Apr 2019
'Carmen,' for one Thomas Joseph 16 Apr 2019
Space ___ (sci-fi genre) Universal 13 Apr 2019
'___ in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian': H. L. Mencken New York Times 13 Apr 2019
Mozart's ''Apollo and Hyacinth,'' e.g Newsday 06 Apr 2019
Adams' 'Nixon in China,' e.g The Washington Post 05 Apr 2019
Adams' "Nixon in China," e.g LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2019
Verdi work Eugene Sheffer 05 Apr 2019
Gig for 8 Down Newsday 04 Apr 2019
Drama set to music Family Time 01 Apr 2019
Mariinsky Theatre production The New Yorker 01 Apr 2019
''Porgy and Bess,'' for one Newsday 17 Mar 2019
Play with music LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2019
Play with music The Washington Post 09 Mar 2019
Work with a libretto The Washington Post 06 Mar 2019
Work with a libretto LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2019
''Carmen'' or ''Porgy and Bess'' Newsday 06 Mar 2019
Bizet work Wall Street Journal 27 Feb 2019
Work with a libretto Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2019
Harmonious work in proper agency The Sun Two Speed 23 Feb 2019
Barber creation Wall Street Journal 21 Feb 2019
ArkivMusic.com purchase The Washington Post 14 Feb 2019
ArkivMusic.com purchase LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2019
Wagner work The Washington Post 04 Feb 2019
Wagner work LA Times Daily 04 Feb 2019
Word after horse or soap USA Today 27 Jan 2019
Unlikely source of a Top 40 song New York Times 24 Jan 2019
Jorge Martín's "Before Night Falls," e.g The New Yorker 21 Jan 2019
Work in co-operative The Sun Two Speed 11 Jan 2019
''Grand'' musical production Newsday 09 Jan 2019
Place for a masked phantom USA Today 04 Jan 2019
"___ in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian": H. L. Mencken
Genre for Puccini and Ponchielli
Any of 22 Mozart works
Unlikely source of a Top 40 song
Work of Bellini or Gounod
6-Across, e.g.
Barber creation
Play with music
See 1-Down
Stage performance with singing
"Don Carlos," "Don Giovanni" or "Don Pasquale"
Bizet work
"Mefistofele," e.g.
"The Magic Flute," e.g.
Met offering
"L'Orfeo" or "Otello"
"Rigoletto," for one
La Scala offering
Phantom's hangout
Place for a masked phantom
Word after horse or soap
"William Tell," e.g.
Work with a libretto
Adams' "Nixon in China," e.g.
Wagner work
ArkivMusic.com purchase
Performance at the Met
Work with a libretto
Space ___ (sci-fi genre)
Beethoven wrote just one
It often follows an overture
Mozart work
Ring a theatre company about 'Carmen', for example The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Dec 2018
Wagner work Universal 17 Dec 2018
"Tosca," for one Universal 13 Dec 2018
Type of glasses Universal 10 Dec 2018
Word with light or rock New York Times 08 Dec 2018
"Satyagraha," for one Universal 06 Dec 2018
Glass creation Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2018
Musical stage work The Times Concise 28 Nov 2018
Concert performance Newsday 23 Nov 2018
Must get out of Mousetrap and Madame Butterfly Irish Times Crosaire 22 Nov 2018
Glass work The Washington Post 18 Nov 2018
Glass work LA Times Daily 18 Nov 2018
Piano seen in old time musical drama The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Nov 2018
Show with its own glasses Universal 08 Nov 2018
'Tosca' or 'Aida' USA Today 25 Oct 2018
Diva's production Universal 22 Oct 2018
'Carmen' or 'Elektra' USA Today 11 Oct 2018
Musical drama Thomas Joseph 08 Oct 2018
Wagner work Newsday 07 Oct 2018
The Who's 'Tommy,' e.g USA Today 06 Oct 2018
Dvorák's 'Rusalka,' for one The Washington Post 20 Sep 2018
Dvorák's "Rusalka," for one LA Times Daily 20 Sep 2018
Musical drama The Telegraph Quick 31 Aug 2018
Verdi creation LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2018
Elaborate musical Universal 07 Aug 2018
Show with sopranos Newsday 07 Aug 2018
'The Magic Flute,' for one New York Times 06 Aug 2018
Puccini creation Wall Street Journal 06 Aug 2018
Met performance New York Times 30 Jul 2018
Lincoln Center performance Wall Street Journal 18 Jul 2018
Place for 16-Across Universal 17 Jul 2018
Lincoln Center offering USA Today 03 Jul 2018
La Scala offering Thomas Joseph 15 Jun 2018
"Lakmé" or "Lohengrin"
'Lakmé' or 'Lohengrin' New York Times 13 Jun 2018
Maria Callas milieu Canadiana 04 Jun 2018
Rossini work The Washington Post 28 May 2018
Rossini work LA Times Daily 28 May 2018
After work, time for something dramatic? The Telegraph Cryptic 19 May 2018
Fancy musical Universal 17 May 2018
Phantom's milieu USA Today 08 May 2018
Barber's offering The Washington Post Sunday 29 Apr 2018
'Falstaff' or 'Fidelio' USA Today 29 Apr 2018
Type of glasses or hats Universal 22 Apr 2018
Monteverdi work LA Times Daily 13 Apr 2018
Monteverdi work The Washington Post 13 Apr 2018
"Nixon in China," for one Universal 12 Apr 2018
'Carmen,' e.g The Washington Post 11 Apr 2018
"Carmen," e.g LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2018
Covent Garden production Wall Street Journal 10 Apr 2018
Singing production Universal 02 Apr 2018
Production with singing only Family Time 25 Mar 2018
"Tommy" or "Lohengrin" USA Today 22 Mar 2018
Work often with subtitles LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2018
Work often with subtitles The Washington Post 17 Mar 2018
Verdi forte Thomas Joseph 09 Mar 2018
Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde," e.g USA Today 08 Mar 2018
Gig for a soprano Newsday 06 Mar 2018
Sung drama Wall Street Journal 05 Mar 2018
Musical work with arias Newsday 21 Feb 2018
Place with bassos Universal 19 Feb 2018
Word with space or rock New York Times 10 Feb 2018
Pope rarely catches musical drama The Sun Two Speed 03 Feb 2018
Venue for Leroux's phantom USA Today 24 Jan 2018
Wagner specialty Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2018
Verdi creation Thomas Joseph 15 Jan 2018
'Tommy' is one The Washington Post 11 Jan 2018
"Tommy" is one LA Times Daily 11 Jan 2018
Palais Garnier performance USA Today 10 Jan 2018
A little co-operation works The Telegraph Toughie 09 Jan 2018
Barber work Wall Street Journal 06 Jan 2018
Musical drama Irish Times Simplex 05 Jan 2018
Where glasses may be raised? LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2018
Where glasses may be raised? The Washington Post 04 Jan 2018
Lincoln Center offering
Place with bassos
Show with its own glasses
Singing production
Type of glasses
Type of glasses or hats
Wagner work
Covent Garden production
"Nixon in China," for one
"Satyagraha," for one
"Tosca," for one
Diva's production
Elaborate musical
Fancy musical
Place for 16-Across
Grammy category
Lincoln Center performance
Puccini creation
Strauss specialty
Venue for Leroux's phantom
Phantom's milieu
Palais Garnier performance
"Tosca" or "Aida"
"Falstaff" or "Fidelio"
"Carmen," e.g.
"Tommy" is one
Dvorák's "Rusalka," for one
Glass work
Monteverdi work
Rossini work
Verdi creation
Where glasses may be raised?
"Carmen" or "Elektra"
Glass creation
'Madama Butterfly,' for one New York Times 01 Jan 2018
The Who's "Tommy," e.g.
"Madama Butterfly," for one
Word with space or rock
Word with light or rock
Met performance
"The Magic Flute," for one
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 51-Across and 11- and 25-Down USA Today 31 Dec 2017
Puccini genre Newsday 31 Dec 2017
Grammy category Newsday 24 Dec 2017
Many a Wagner composition USA Today 24 Dec 2017
'Amahl and the Night Visitors,' e.g Thomas Joseph 23 Dec 2017
Word after rock or soap USA Today 21 Dec 2017
Donizetti work, e.g Jonesin 19 Dec 2017
Verdi creation The Washington Post 19 Dec 2017
Production of all music and singing Family Time 18 Dec 2017
You may watch it from a box The Chronicle of Higher Education 15 Dec 2017
Diva's realm USA Today 13 Dec 2017
Donizetti specialty Wall Street Journal 11 Dec 2017
With 84-Down, bit of black attire New York Times 10 Dec 2017
Area report's written up to include performance on stage The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Dec 2017
No gins in Singapore for the drinking song presumably in La Traviata Irish Times Crosaire 30 Nov 2017
Puccini creation Thomas Joseph 22 Nov 2017
Tippett's 'King Priam,' for one The Washington Post 17 Nov 2017
Tippett's "King Priam," for one LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2017
Met event Thomas Joseph 08 Nov 2017
Puccini product Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2017
Musical entertainment The Times Concise 01 Nov 2017
'Rigoletto,' for one Thomas Joseph 30 Oct 2017
One's performance entails ruddy aria initially The Telegraph Toughie 26 Oct 2017
Musical drama The Guardian Speedy 21 Oct 2017
Met offering Universal 10 Oct 2017
Word with soap or horse USA Today 07 Oct 2017
"The Magic Flute," for one Universal 30 Aug 2017
Thing to see at La Scala Universal 23 Aug 2017
Dramatic musical work Newsday 22 Aug 2017
Word with horse or soap USA Today 01 Aug 2017
Performance with sopranos USA Today 23 Jul 2017
Met production Universal 10 Jul 2017
'Ernani,' for one Thomas Joseph 01 Jul 2017
'Fidelio,' for one Jonesin 27 Jun 2017
Soap __ (daytime drama) Newsday 26 Jun 2017
Word following "horse" or "soap" USA Today 17 Jun 2017
'Rigoletto,' for one Premier Sunday 11 Jun 2017
Where the fat lady sings USA Today 27 May 2017
Spread out removing dust, as this can be dramatic for those singing while they're working Irish Times Crosaire 09 May 2017
'Einstein on the Beach,' for one Jonesin 25 Apr 2017
Broadway phantom's haunt USA Today 14 Apr 2017
Covent Garden event USA Today 12 Apr 2017
Mozart genre Newsday 09 Apr 2017
Dramatic stage production Newsday 02 Apr 2017
'Thaïs,' e.g Thomas Joseph 23 Mar 2017
Sydney ___ House New York Times 07 Mar 2017
Aida or Carmen Canadiana 06 Mar 2017
Drama with sopranos Newsday 27 Feb 2017
Grammy category New York Times 26 Feb 2017
No gins in Singapore for Madama Butterfly Irish Times Crosaire 24 Feb 2017
Philip Glass' "Einstein on the Beach," e.g LA Times Daily 23 Feb 2017
''The Barber of Seville,'' e.g Newsday 08 Feb 2017
Where you might catch a large-mouthed bass Wall Street Journal 02 Feb 2017
Domingo domain Wall Street Journal 28 Jan 2017
'Carmen' or 'Elektra' The Washington Post 13 Jan 2017
Where the fat lady sings
Performance with sopranos
Many a Wagner composition
Diva's realm
Sydney ___ House
Met offering
Met production
Thing to see at La Scala
Grammy category
"The Magic Flute," for one
With 84-Down, bit of black attire
Tippett's "King Priam," for one
Word with soap or horse
Word with horse or soap
You may watch it from a box
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 51-Across and 11- and 25-Down
Word following "horse" or "soap"
Word after rock or soap
Covent Garden event
Broadway phantom's haunt
"Don Giovanni" is one Universal 18 Dec 2016
The Marx Brothers spent a night at one New York Times 18 Dec 2016
Drama with lots and lots of singing Universal 13 Dec 2016
'Falstaff' or 'Fidelio' The Washington Post 04 Dec 2016
''Nixon in China,'' for example Newsday 01 Dec 2016
Rossini creation LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2016
Musical drama depicted by mostly well-known artist The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Nov 2016
House work? LA Times Daily 25 Nov 2016
'Aïda,' for one Thomas Joseph 21 Nov 2016
Carmen Lane isn't in aeroplane Irish Times Crosaire 18 Nov 2016
Sung story Thomas Joseph 11 Nov 2016
Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas," e.g LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2016
Met performance LA Times Daily 07 Nov 2016
'The Barber of Seville,' e.g The Washington Post 03 Nov 2016
Beethoven's "Fidelio," for one Universal 02 Nov 2016
Art form with singing LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2016
"Nixon In China," for one Universal 30 Oct 2016
Musical with its own glasses? Universal 28 Oct 2016
''Rigoletto'' or ''Carmen'' Newsday 25 Oct 2016
Covent Garden offering Wall Street Journal 22 Oct 2016
Verdi offering Thomas Joseph 18 Oct 2016
Buffo's place Universal 13 Oct 2016
Sang out of parsonage to Carmen Irish Times Crosaire 11 Oct 2016
Kind of house or glasses Universal 09 Oct 2016
Carmen, for instance The Times Concise 06 Oct 2016
Wagnerian work LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2016
"La Boheme," e.g Universal 20 Sep 2016
'Macbeth' or 'Otello' New York Times 13 Sep 2016
Met show Universal 04 Sep 2016
''Tosca'' or ''Carmen'' Newsday 24 Aug 2016
28-Across set to music Premier Sunday 21 Aug 2016
Lincoln Center production Universal 14 Aug 2016
See 20 Across Newsday 13 Aug 2016
Setting for yelling 'Bravo!' and 'Brava!' The Washington Post 08 Aug 2016
'Porgy and Bess,' e.g New York Times 30 Jun 2016
Puccini genre Universal 24 Jun 2016
La Scala production USA Today 10 Jun 2016
Work in a theater Wall Street Journal 27 May 2016
Puccini offering Universal 08 May 2016
Soap ___ New York Times 05 May 2016
Beethoven wrote just one Jonesin 03 May 2016
''Grand'' production Newsday 28 Apr 2016
Met performance USA Today 21 Apr 2016
The Who's "Tommy," e.g USA Today 18 Apr 2016
Space ___ New York Times 14 Apr 2016
"Aida" or "Carmen" Universal 05 Apr 2016
Latin for 'works' Wall Street Journal 01 Apr 2016
'Rigoletto' or 'Pagliacci' The Washington Post 30 Mar 2016
'Nixon in China,' for one The Washington Post 25 Mar 2016
'Turandot,' e.g The Washington Post 23 Mar 2016
Aida perhaps to make work is on time The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Mar 2016
Grammy category Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2016
1-Across, for one Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2016
Show with tunes Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2016
'Tannhäuser,' for one The Washington Post 29 Feb 2016
Soap ___ The Washington Post 27 Feb 2016
Verdi genre USA Today 26 Feb 2016
Met show Wall Street Journal 19 Feb 2016
Phantom's place? LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2016
Bizet work The Washington Post 08 Feb 2016
'Cavalleria rusticana,' for one The Washington Post 03 Feb 2016
'Carmen' or 'Rigoletto' New York Times 01 Feb 2016
Beethoven wrote just one Universal 30 Jan 2016
Some coloratura reportedly uplifting in this The Telegraph Toughie 27 Jan 2016
Art form with buffa and seria styles LA Times Daily 27 Jan 2016
Fat lady's milieu USA Today 26 Jan 2016
La Scala show Eugene Sheffer 18 Jan 2016
3 Down, for example Newsday 13 Jan 2016
Type of house or glasses USA Today 07 Jan 2016
Musical drama Universal 05 Jan 2016
Type of house or glasses
"Otello" is one
Fat lady's milieu
Wagnerian work
Phantom's place?
Art form with buffa and seria styles
Puccini genre
Musical drama
"Otello" is one USA Today 01 Jan 2016
Verdi work Thomas Joseph 01 Jan 2016
'Lucrezia Borgia,' for one The Washington Post 01 Jan 2016
Where to catch Met highlights?
"Don Giovanni" is one
"La Boheme," e.g.
Beethoven wrote just one
Beethoven's "Fidelio," for one
Buffo's place
Kind of house or glasses
Lincoln Center production
"Carmen" or "Rigoletto"
"Macbeth" or "Otello"
"Porgy and Bess," e.g.
The Marx Brothers spent a night at one
La Scala production
"Carmen" or "Aida" Universal 26 Dec 2015
"Norma" or "Louise" USA Today 24 Dec 2015
'Amahl and the Night Visitors,' e.g Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2015
Rimsky-Korsakov's 'Christmas Eve,' e.g Wall Street Journal 19 Dec 2015
Verdi musical genre USA Today 16 Dec 2015
'Turandot' or 'Tosca' Wall Street Journal 15 Dec 2015
'What's ___, Doc?' (classic Bugs Bunny short) New York Times 26 Nov 2015
Ralph Vaughan Williams's 'The Pilgrim's Progress,' e.g Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2015
Wagner specialty USA Today 21 Nov 2015
'Carmen' or 'Norma' The Washington Post 19 Nov 2015
Drama set to music Universal 17 Nov 2015
"Aida," for one LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2015
Wagner work Wall Street Journal 14 Nov 2015
Alban Berg's 'Wozzeck,' e.g New York Times 11 Nov 2015
Met happening USA Today 05 Nov 2015
'A Night at the ___' (Marx Brothers film) Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2015
Word before house or after horse LA Times Daily 20 Oct 2015
La Boheme or Rigoletto Irish Times Simplex 20 Oct 2015
Musical drama USA Today 12 Oct 2015
"Otello" is one Universal 09 Oct 2015
'Cavalleria Rusticana,' for one New York Times 30 Sep 2015
La Scala performance Thomas Joseph 25 Sep 2015
Met event Universal 25 Sep 2015
'Don Giovanni' or 'Don Pasquale' New York Times 14 Sep 2015
Where to hear an aria Universal 14 Sep 2015
Musical entertainment The Telegraph Quick 04 Sep 2015
Work at the Met Universal 01 Sep 2015
Diva's setting Universal 31 Aug 2015
Word with light or horse New York Times 30 Aug 2015
Barber's "Vanessa," for one LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2015
Donizetti creation Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2015
La Scala offering New York Times 10 Aug 2015
"Fidelio" is one USA Today 09 Aug 2015
Drama set to music USA Today 04 Aug 2015
Sydney ___ House USA Today 02 Aug 2015
It may be comic or grand USA Today 30 Jul 2015
La Traviata or Tosca, say Irish Times Simplex 21 Jul 2015
Met offering Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2015
"Nixon in China," e.g USA Today 13 Jul 2015
31-Down, for one LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2015
Musical show Eugene Sheffer 18 Jun 2015
'Fidelio' or 'Faust' Eugene Sheffer 12 Jun 2015
Musical compositions are humourless in retrospect The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Jun 2015
"La Boheme," e.g USA Today 28 May 2015
"Carmen" or "Norma" Universal 23 May 2015
Met show Eugene Sheffer 17 Apr 2015
Drama at La Scala Universal 14 Apr 2015
Setting for a Marx Brothers farce New York Times 12 Apr 2015
Sung drama Universal 10 Apr 2015
"Falstaff" or "Fidelio" USA Today 02 Apr 2015
Theatrical work LA Times Daily 29 Mar 2015
Verdi genre Newsday 22 Mar 2015
'William Tell,' e.g Eugene Sheffer 13 Mar 2015
Met event LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2015
"The Marriage of Figaro," e.g LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2015
'Bluebeard's Castle,' e.g New York Times 28 Feb 2015
Word with "light" or "soap" Universal 26 Feb 2015
Dramatic genre The Times Concise 12 Feb 2015
Adams' "Nixon in China," for one LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2015
'La Bohme,' e.g Eugene Sheffer 31 Jan 2015
Beethoven wrote just one USA Today 16 Jan 2015
La Scala presentation Eugene Sheffer 13 Jan 2015
Musical spectacle Universal 05 Jan 2015
Grammy Award category Newsday 04 Jan 2015
"Norma" or "Louise"
"Carmen" or "Norma"
"Nixon in China" or "Einstein on the Beach"
Librettist's musical milieu
"Bluebeard's Castle," e.g.
"Cavalleria Rusticana," for one
"Don Giovanni" or "Don Pasquale"
"What's ___, Doc?" (classic Bugs Bunny short)
Alban Berg's "Wozzeck," e.g.
La Scala offering
Setting for a Marx Brothers farce
Word with light or horse
Australian band Boom Crash ___
Subject of Verdi's attention
It's not over until the fat lady sings, they say
Verdi genre
Musical drama
Mozart genre
Grammy Award category
Diva's realm
La Scala production
"Fidelio" is one
"La Boheme," e.g.
"Nixon in China," e.g.
Beethoven wrote just one
Drama set to music
It may be comic or grand
Met happening
Musical drama
Sydney ___ House
Verdi musical genre
Wagner specialty
"The Death of Klinghoffer," e.g.
Word before house or after horse
Theatrical work
Met event
Barber's "Vanessa," for one
Adams' "Nixon in China," for one
31-Down, for one
"The Marriage of Figaro," e.g.
"Aida," for one
"A Night at the ___" (Marx Brothers film)
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," e.g.
"Turandot" or "Tosca"
Donizetti creation
Ralph Vaughan Williams's "The Pilgrim's Progress," e.g.
Rimsky-Korsakov's "Christmas Eve," e.g.
Wagner work
Work at the Met
Word with "light" or "soap"
Where to hear an aria
Sung drama
Musical spectacle
Met event
Drama set to music
Drama at La Scala
Diva's setting
"Otello" is one
"Carmen" or "Norma"
"Carmen" or "Aida"
"Aida" or "Carmen"
Phantom's haunt?
"Tosca," for one
Gluck composition, e.g.
Peter Eötvös's "Angels in America," for one
Singing phantom's haunt
Musical drama
Giuseppe Verdi production
Bolshoi Theatre production
Horse ___
Word after soap or rock
Smetana's "The Bartered Bride," e.g.
Renée Fleming's field
Puccini work
Met score
32-Across, e.g.
One may be seen with glasses
Impresario's production, perhaps
Record store section
Mozart's "Don Giovanni," e.g.
La Scala production
Dvorák's "Rusalka," e.g.
Joan Sutherland's field
"Of Mice and Men" became one in 1970
"Lohengrin" or "Tannhäuser"
Queen had a "Night" at one.
"The Barber of Seville," e.g.
"Lulu," "Louise," "Norma," or "Carmen"
"The Magic Flute," for one
Covent Garden fare
Gig for a tenor
See 35-Across
Type of house or glasses
Kathleen Battle's bag
La Scala offering
Lincoln Center production
Where you might want glasses
Where to hear an aria
Verdi offering
Tuneful presentation
One about Jerry Springer debuted in 2003
Domingo's domain
Met production
Show with much singing
Where to hear "Bravo!" and "Brava!"
What some see with Met tickets
Where workers may sing for their supper
Work on a grand scale
"Siegfried," e.g.
Work with a libretto
Work with arias
Wagner work
Musical work with arias
Horse __
Gig for a soprano
Drama set to music
"Tommy" or "Tosca"
"The Magic Flute," for one
"Macbeth" or "Otello"
"Il Trovatore," for one
Where to hear high C's
Palais Garnier performance
"Carmen," for one
"The Barber of Seville", for one
'Fidelio,' e.g.
'Orfeo,' e.g.
La Scala show
Each of this puzzle's long Across answers sounds like one
The Barber of Seville, e.g.
"Tommy" is a rock one
"Tommy" was a rock one
Bolshoi Theatre offering
Musical melodrama
Where the fat lady sings
Space or light follower
Sung drama
Puccini piece
Puccini genre
Phantom's haunt
Literally, "works"
"The Magic Flute", for one
Glass work
"Carmen," for one
Palais Garnier performance
Philip Glass's "Waiting for the Barbarians," e.g.
Rock or horse follower
"The Tempest" or "Otello"
Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers comedy
Covent Garden performance
Boito's "Mefistofele," e.g.
25-Down, for one
-
*Works
"La Bohème" or "La Traviata"
"L'Africaine," e.g.
"Der Rosenkavalier," for one
Bizet work
Soap __
Word with "soap" or "grand"
Where to hear an aria
Verdi's "Otello," e.g.
Verdi production
Setting for a Marx Brothers farce
Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte," for example
It may be light or grand
Palais Garnier production
House where some wear glasses
Covent Garden presentation
Buffo's milieu
Beethoven made one
"Hansel und Gretel," for one
Word with soap or space
La Scala staging
Dramatic work
Drama at La Scala
Covent Garden event
Britten's "Billy Budd," for one
"Nixon in China," e.g.
"Anna Nicole," for one
Where glasses may be raised?
Rock or horse follower
Puccini work
Philip Glass's "Waiting for the Barbarians," e.g.
The Kinks "Preservation Act" was a rock one
"Quadrophenia": The Who's other rock ___
Diva's domain
Record-store section
Kind of glasses or hat
Highbrow musical entertainment
"Quadrophenia": The Who's other rock __
The Marx Brothers spent a night there
Puccini work
Drama with music
Covent Garden production
"La Traviata," e.g.
Britten's "Billy Budd," e.g.
Covent Garden staging
One may be seen from a box
Phantom's hangout
Met offering
"No good ___ plot can be sensible": W.H. Auden
Meyerbeer's specialty
"Falstaff" or "Fidelio"
Phantom's hangout
"Lohengrin," for one
"Lohengrin," for one
"William Tell," for one
Met production
One may be seen from a box
Covent Garden staging
Britten's "Billy Budd," e.g.
Price performance?
"Nixon in China", e.g.
33 Down, for instance
"William Tell" or "Falstaff"
La Scala production
Music with singing sopranos
"How wonderful ___ would be if there were no singers": Rossini
Musical melodrama
Soprano gig
The Magic Flute, for one
Verdi music
An aria is part of it
Massenet work
Drama with music
Horse follower
"Lucrezia Borgia," for one
Word with "light" or "horse"
What the fat lady sings?
Highbrow musical entertainment
Verdi product
Mozart medium
Met staging
Kind of glasses
High-culture work
Strauss's "Die Fledermaus," for one
See 108-Across
It may be watched with binoculars
La Scala feature
Musical melodrama, often
Reason to buy Met tickets
Wagner composition
What Met tickets might be for
What the fat lady sings?
Met tragedy, perhaps?
"The Makropulos Affair," for one
"Of all the noises known to man, ___ is the most expensive": Molière
Subject of Wayne Koestenbaum's "The Queen's Throat"
Event to watch with binoculars
Met fare
Oft-subtitled performance
"The Magic Flute," for one
"Tosca" or "Pagliacci"
Adams's "Nixon in China," for one
It may be comic
La Scala production
Met offering
Met tragedy, perhaps?
Musical drama
Verdi work
Word with soap
"No good ___ plot can be sensible ...": W. H. Auden
"Anna Bolena" or "Anna Nicole"
"Einstein on the Beach," e.g.
"La Bohème," e.g.
"The Magic Flute," e.g.
Broadway phantom's haunt
Meyerbeer composition
Musical spectacle
The Marx Brothers spent a night there
Where Otis B. Driftwood spent the night
Phantom's haunt, on Broadway
Verdi opus
Wagner creation
Word with "glasses" or "buff"
Only the best rockers could also sing this
"Don Giovanni," for example
Word with soap
Britten creation
"Porgy and Bess," for one
Giacomo Puccini specialty
Highbrow musical form
La Scala production
Musical genre with its own glasses
Phantom's hangout
Phantom's haunt, on Broadway
Spear-carrier's genre, sometimes
Threepenny entertainment?
Word with "glasses" or "buff"
"The Magic Flute," for one
"Tosca" or "Pagliacci"
Adams's "Nixon in China," for one
It may be comic
Met offering
Musical drama
Verdi work
Where some metal singers could hang
Queen: "A Night at the ___"
"Tommy," e.g.
With 110-Across, where divas deliver
Verdi's forte
Lincoln Center attraction
'Aida,' e.g.
What Broadway's "Aida" was not
"William Tell," e.g.
Lincoln Center production
Teatro La Fenice offering
Word with grand or soap
Work on a grand scale
"Nixon in China," for one
"The Marriage of Figaro," for one
La Scala fare
Phantom's haunt, on Broadway
Word after soap or horse
"Die Fledermaus," for one
"Billy Budd," e.g.
"La Boheme," for one
Highbrow musical form
Met fare
Puccini genre
Type of hat or glasses
Venue for Moffo or a buffo
Highbrow show
Covent Garden show
Met offering
"Palais Garnier" event
"Grand" music
"Nixon in China "is one
Certain company's concern
Event where you might get a box
Drama with music
Works in the music business
Something to see at the Met
"Falstaff," for example
"Tosca" or "Thais," e.g.
Gig for Domingo
Mozart medium
Phantom's haunt
Setting for an aria
The Who's "Tommy," for one
"What's __, Doc?": Classic "Looney Tunes" short
"William Tell," e.g.
Bizet work
Puccini offering
"What's __, Doc?": Classic "Looney Tunes" short
Word after horse or soap
Battle field
Gig for a tenor
Word after horse or soap
Wagner work
Puccini offering
Met production
Price performance
Bizet work
It literally means "works"
Wagner genre
Work at La Scala
'Otello,' e.g.
Word with "soap" or "grand"
"Dido and Aeneas," for one
"Carmen," e.g.
"Fidelio," for one
"The Barber of Seville," e.g.
"Don Giovanni," for one
Wagner composition
"Carmen" or "Così Fan Tutte"
Diva's setting
Setting for a Marx Brothers movie
Word with soap or grand
La Scala offering
Music with arias
Literally, "works". . .
Puccini work
Soprano's gig
33-Down's field
77-Across is one
Price production
Work for Moffo or a buffo
Sung drama
"Tosca," for one
"The Barber of Seville," e.g.
Verdi work
Wagnerian production
Word with space or rock
Marx Brothers setting
Met tragedy, maybe?
Phantom's haunt
Kathleen Battle's field
Soap ___
'Aida' is one
One of four in Wagner's Ring Cycle
Marx Brothers setting
77-Across is one
"Nixon in China," for one
Musical work that's often not in English
33-Down's field
Passion of a noted phantom
Met tragedy, maybe?
"Don Giovanni", for one
"Otello", for example
"Don Giovanni," for one
"La Boheme," for one
Covent Garden staging
Handel's "Deidamia," for one
Mozart's "Idomeneo," e.g.
Wagner specialty
Bizet work
Drama with divas
Glass work
Where the Marx Bros. spent the night
"Fidelio," for one
P.D.Q. Bach's "The Stoned Guest," e.g.
"Ernani," e.g.
"The Marriage of Figaro," for one
"Fidelio" is one
Puccini's forte
Where the Marx Brothers spent the night
"What's ___, Doc?" (famed Bugs Bunny cartoon)
"Carmen" or "Tosca"
Met production
P.D.Q. Bach's "The Stoned Guest," e.g.
"Faust," for one
"Faust" or "Don Giovanni"
"Einstein on the Beach," e.g.
"Norma" or "Fidelio"
La Scala performance
Met offering
Soap or horse follower
Word after horse or before house
Event at L.A.'s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
"Tosca" or "Thaïs"
"Fidelio" was Beethoven's only one
Event at L.A.'s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Met production
Soap or horse follower
La Scala show
Light __
Rossini genre
"Lulu," e.g.
"Tommy," for one
"William Tell" or "Robin Hood"
Beethoven wrote only one
Bizet work
La Scala feature
La Scala production
Occasion for glasses
20-Across, for one
Entertainment featuring an intermezzo
"___ has no business making money": Rudolf Bing
La Scala performance
"Fidelio," for one
Work at the Met
Word after horse or before house
La Scala performance
Concert performance
Comic work, perhaps
Flagstad's field
It might end on a high note
Work with choruses
Lincoln Center offering
Passion of a noted phantom
Puccini production
Glass work
"A Night at the ___"
Kathleen Battle's bag
Bloch's "Macbeth," e.g.
Comic __
Impresario's presentation
"La clemenza di Tito," e.g.
__ glasses
Soap __
Puccini's forte
Ponchielli's "La Gioconda," e.g.
One of four in Wagner's Ring cycle
Mozart's "Idomeneo," e.g.
Met staple
Impresario's presentation
Dvorák's "Rusalka," e.g.
Comic __
Bloch's "Macbeth," e.g.
Bizet's "Carmen," e.g.
Beethoven wrote only one
Lincoln Center attraction
Juilliard major
It may be light or grand
See 29-Down
Met staple
Place to find a C-note?
Paris Métro station next to a music center
Puccini's medium
Met staging
Numbered works
Lincoln Center offering
"La Traviata," e.g.
"Idomeneo," e.g.
"Faust" or "Don Giovanni"
Offenbach offering
Pavarotti performance
Verdi specialty
Met offering
Mozart's "Idomeneo," e.g.
"The Bat" or "The Cloak"
__ glasses
Ponchielli's "La Gioconda," e.g.
Paris landmark (with "L"')
Puccini's forte
Phantom's passion
"___ in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian": H.L. Mencken
House type
Covent Garden presentation
"The Magic Flute," e.g.
"The Barber of Seville," e.g.
"Lulu" or "Norma"
"Die Walkure," e.g.
"Carmen," e.g.
Oft-dreaded "Jeopardy!" category
"Peter Grimes," e.g.
Caruso's milieu
"Rigoletto", for one
Bizet's "Carmen," e.g.
Beethoven wrote only one
One of four in Wagner's Ring cycle
Bizet offering
"Carmen," for one
"La Boheme," for one
"La Traviata," e.g.
Kind of hat or glasses
Met offering
Tchaikovsky's "The Queen of Spades," e.g.
Rock or soap follower
Soap __
Mezzo-soprano's gig
"Otello", for one
"Ada", for one
"Peter Grimes," for one
Handel's "Lotario," e.g.
Verdi forte
Performance at the Met
"Billy Budd" for one
"Faust," e.g.
"The Pirates of Penzance," notably
Musical extravaganza
Donizetti offering
Met show
Gluck's forte
Bolshoi offering
It may be comic
Musical work featuring 3-Down
Plural of 21-Across
"Genoveva" was the only one written by Robert Schumann
La Scala production
Activity for some season ticket holders
6-Across, e.g.
Verdi product
Mozart work
Falstaff
A Mozart work
"Dido and Aeneas," for an early English example
Spear carrier's venue
"A Night at the ___"
Bizet work
Horse ___ (western)
La Scala performance
Mozart work
Word after horse or before house
Performance at the Met
"Fidelio" for one
"Norma" for one
"Turandot," for one
Beethoven wrote one
Handel's "Lotario," e.g.
Haunt of a certain phantom
Word with space or soap
Word with light or space
Puccini presentation
Puccini performance
Dramatic musical work
Composer's works
Music drama
Pavarotti genre
Phantom's hangout
Phantom's milieu
Show with a spear-carrier
Lincoln Center offering
"The Phantom of the ___"
"The Marriage of Figaro," for one
"Il Trovatore," for one
Phantom's haunt
Reason to buy Met tickets, perhaps
Type of glasses
Diva's place
Menotti's "The Consul," e.g.
"Manon" or "Mignon"
"Fidelio," for one
"Martha" or "Norma"
"The Phantom of the ___"
Bizet work
"Stiffelio" is one
"L'Elisir d'Amore" is one
Met production
Puccini output
Where airs are aired
10 Down, for one
Phantom's haunt
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," for one
Verdi forte
"Boris Godunov," for one
"Falstaff," e.g.
"Falstaff," for one
"Lulu" or "Louise"
"Lulu" or "Norma"
Horse __ (western)
Horse or soap, for example
Musical drama
Met offering
Handel's "Lotario," e.g.
La Scala offering
"Falstaff" or "Otello"
Word with soap or grand
See 17-Across
"Falstaff"
Word after space or soap
Verdi work
Puccini production
Price milieu
La Scala offering
Impresario's show, perhaps
"The Phantom of the ___"
See 17-Across
La Scala offering
Handel's "Lotario," e.g.
"Fidelio," e.g.
Lincoln Center attraction
What some see with Met tickets
What the fat lady sings
Word before glass or hat
Word with horse or soap
"The Magic Flute", e.g.
Comic __
"Billy Budd" or "Paul Bunyan"
"Carmen" or "Aïda"
"Norma", for one
Previn's "A Streetcar Named Desire", e.g.
Works
"The Barber of Seville," e.g.
"The Magic Flute," for one
Wagner work
Word with soap or grand
Word with space or soap
"Il Trovatore," e.g.
"La Bohème," e.g.
Gounod production
Met offering
Where you might take a lorgnette
Word with buff or buffa
Beethoven wrote one
Covent Garden staging
"Faust," e.g.
Verdi's "Otello," e.g.
__ house
"Jenufa" is one
"Wozzeck," for one
Bolshoi Theater offering
"Faust," e.g.
Verdi's "Otello," e.g.
__ house
"Falstaff," for one
"Faust," for one
Certain singer's site
Word after soap or space
Word before hat or glasses
Domingo's domain
"Carmen," for one
"Falstaff," for one
"Tommy," e.g.
"William Tell," e.g.
Horse follower
Lincoln Center show
Met performance
Verdi forte
Dvorak's "Rusalka," e.g.
Giacomo Puccini specialty
Janácek work
Lincoln Center presentation
Mozart specialty
Place to take your glasses
Type of ticket
Where some divas get a hearing?
Bizet creation
Verdi's "Aida," for one
"Louise" or "Norma"
'Tommy' or 'Tosca'
Mascagni masterpiece
Soap --
"Tosca," for one
Kind of house or glasses
Kind of glasses
"Die Fledermaus," e.g.
Beethoven wrote one
Flagstad's field
La Scala show
"Tommy," e.g.
"Billy Budd," e.g.
Juilliard major
Musical production
Word with light or horse
Massenet offering
Oratorio relative
Horse trailer
Giacomo Puccini's work
Covent Garden event
Butterfly locale?
"Die Walküre," e.g.
Phantom's locale
"Die Fledermaus," e.g.
Verdi production
Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro," for one
"Tosca," e.g.
"Peter Grimes" or "Porgy and Bess"
"Nixon in 53-Down," for one
"Il Trovatore," for one
Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas," e.g.
Kind of house or glasses
Meyerbeer masterpiece
Verdi work
Philip Glass's "Einstein on the Beach," e.g.
Met performance
Horse or soap follower
Bing thing
Battle field?
__ buffa
Verdi creation
Rossini forte
"Porgy and Bess", e.g.
"Lohengrin", e.g.
"Carmen", e.g.
"Pagliacci", e.g.
Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas," e.g.
Kind of glasses
Covent Garden production
Project for an impresario
Wagner creation
___ glasses
Where the fat lady sings
What Met tickets might be for
Wagner work
Met performance
Impresario's production, perhaps
"Pagliacci," e.g.
"Nixon in China", for one
"Falstaff," e.g.
"Carmen" or "Aida"
Wagner output
Met production
Bizet genre
Juilliard major
Word with light or horse
Te Kanawa milieu
Puccini specialty
"Elektra" or "Ernani"
Horse ___
Verdi forte
"Turandot," for one
Box seat site
Comic work, perhaps
Covent Garden production
___ glasses
Wagner creation
Project for an impresario
17 Across, e.g.
"Porgy and Bess", for one
"Carmen" for one
"Lakmé" or "Lulu"
See 52 Across
Beethoven's "Fidelio", e.g.
Horse or soap
It could be grand or rock
Stage performance
Box seat site
"Norma," for one
"Tosca," e.g.
Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers farce
"William Tell," e.g.
Wagner work
'Tommy' or 'Tannhauser'
"Norma" or "Tosca"
"Billy Budd" for one
"Aida" or "Tosca"
Glass work
Wagner work
Met show
Staged event?
Covent Garden production
"Falstaff," e.g.
"Turandot," for one
Spear carrier's milieu
"Wozzeck," e.g.
"Lulu," e.g.
"La Gioconda," for one
"Carmen," for one
"Alceste," e.g.
Comic work, perhaps
Where to hear an aria
Place for 61 Across
"Ernani", e.g.
<I>Fidelio<I>, for one
Light or horse follower
Massenet offering
Pavarotti's passion
Pavarotti milieu
"Pagliacci," e.g.
"Nixon in China," for example
"Faust," e.g.
"Ernani" or "Orfeo"
"Deidamia" was Handel's last
Ring part
Covent Garden offering
Where the fat lady sings
Grand or soap trailer
"Lulu," for one
The Who's "Tommy," for one
Kind of glasses or hat
Horse ___ (western)
"Tommy" or "Tosca"
"The Bartered Bride," e.g.
"Hänsel und Gretel," for one
"Fidelio," for one
"Die Fledermaus," for one
"Deidamia" was Handel's last
Met offering
"Aida" or "Tosca"
Phantom's baliwick
Musical art form
Met performance
Horse follower
Vienna draw
Rameau work
Kiri Te Kanawa's milieu
Field of Battle
Collected works
14-Across, e.g.
"Porgy and Bess," for one
"Pagliacci," e.g.
"Faust," e.g.
"Lulu" or "Lakme"
"Paul Bunyan" or "Billy Budd"
Horse or light follower
Oratorio relative
Soap or light follower
Word after grand or soap
<I>Marriage of Figaro<I>, e.g.
La Scala offering
Puccini's "Tosca," for one
Show at La Scala
Spear carrier's venue
The Who's "Tommy," for instance
96 Across output
Handel's "Orlando," for one
Bellini's "Norma," e.g.
"Ernani," e.g.
"Carmen" or "Salome"
La Tosca or La Traviata
Janácek creation
Covent Garden production
Bouffe or comique start
Bayreuth production
"The Three Penny _____"
"Orfeo ed Euridice," e.g.
Battle field
Met doings
Kennedy Center show, sometimes
"Orfeo," notably
"La Traviata," notably
Phantom milieu?
See 40 Across
Singspiel, e.g.
Wagner's "Die Walküre," e.g.
Wagnerian work
Where to hear a 14-Across
What the fat lady sings?
Verdi work
Theater offering
See 21-Across
Comic ___
35-Down, for one
"Wozzeck," e.g.
"The Magic Flute," e.g.
"Lohengrin," e.g.
Wagner work
"Cavalleria rusticana", e.g.
33 Across, e.g.
54 Down, e.g.
Artist's output
Battle's field
Juilliard major
Met performance
Wagnerian work
"Manon," for one
Verdi creation
The Magic Flute e.g.
The Barber of Seville e.g.
Scarlatti work
Mignon e.g.
Met performance
Lohengrin e.g.
Horse ___: oater
Falstaff e.g.
Met show
40 Down, e.g.
123 Across, e.g.
"Orfeo," e.g.
Covent Garden offering
Horse or soap follower
Soap ___ (daytime TV show)
"Carmen," e.g.
Puccini production
It may be comic or grand
Gig for Domingo
Tosca or Norma
Soap production
Turandot e.g.
"Wozzeck," e.g.
Gluck composition, e.g.
Verdi opus
Word after horse or soap
Word with grand or soap
Word with soap or horse
"Porgy and Bess," e.g.
Musical works
Met offering
"Don Giovanni", for one
"La Boheme," for example
Basso's house?
Puccini production
Cherubini work
Bizet creation
"Norma" or "Carmen"
Mozart work
"Porgy and Bess," for one
Aria area
Verdi's forte
"Don Giovanni," for one
"Fidelio" was Beethoven's only one
Word after grand or soap
Price offering
Part of Mozart's art
"Hänsel und Gretel," e.g.
"Don Giovanni," for example
... and his field
"The Barber of Seville," e.g.
"Il Trovatore" or "The Rake's Progress"
Buffo's milieu
"Norma" or "Louise"
"Porgy and Bess" or "Tommy"
"Wozzeck" was one
"Falstaff", for example
Falstaff e.g.
22 Down for one
It can be grand
Met musical
Musical offering
Puccini work
Mozart medium
Kathleen Battle's bag
Glass creation
Bizet creation
Work for Moffo or a buffo
Paris landmark, with "L'"
Aria area
Verdi's forte
Turandot for one
Kind of hat or house
Field of buffos
16-Down, for one
"Otello," e.g.
"Don Giovanni," for one
Mozart work
Hat or house
Rossini work
"Aida," for example
Bizet's "The Pearl Fishers," for one
Mozart music, maybe
Puccini product
Wagner specialty
e.g.
Soap ___
"Lulu," e.g.
"Orfeo," e.g.
Milieu of 99-Down
Mozart offering
``Norma " for one
Donizetti work
"Ernani," e.g.
"Le Coq d'Or," e.g.
Grand-
Rossini composition
"Pagliacci," for one
Gig for Domingo
"Tosca" or "Thais," e.g.
Horse ___
"Thaïs," e.g.
Beethoven wrote just one
Haunt of 22 Across
"Zaza"or "Lulu"
"The Girl of the Golden West," for one
Aida or Lakme
Paris cultural center
Aida for one
Battle field?
La Scala performance
Lulu or Louise
Output of 42 Down
"Fidelio," e.g.
Dvorak's "Russia," e.g.
"Carmen" or "Aida"
Lulu or Zaza
"Lakme," e.g.
"La Gioconda," e.g.
"Pique Dame," e.g.
"Simon Boccanegra," e.g.
"Yolanta," e.g.
It may be seria or buffa
Puccini product
Threepenny entertainment?
Copland's "The Tender Land," e.g.
Cherubini work
Where the fat lady sings
Wagnerian work
"Faust," for one
"Manon," e.g.
"Peter Grimes," for one
Vehicle for Bartoli
Gluck product
Comic or horse follower
"Carmen" or "Faust"
Gluck work
"Carmen" is one
Covent Garden attraction
Verdi product
Seria or comique preceder
Puccini's forte
Puccini work
Gounod's forte
Charpentier creation
Vehicle for Domingo
Met fare
Meyerbeer product
"Lakmé," e.g.
Soap or horse follower
" . . . Mahagonny" is one
"Lulu" or "Lakme"
"Norma" or "Martha"
Barry McCauley's forte
Certain phantom's haunt
Leonie Rysanek's field
Massenet's forte
"Salome," e.g.
Singspiel
"Billy Budd" or "Peter Grimes"
"Werther," for one
The works, to Cato
"Rienzi" or "Jenufa"
"Dido and Aeneas," for one
"Euridice" is one
"Euridice" was the first complete one
"Louise" or "Norma"
"Lulu" or "Louise"
Place to see tall headgear
Salieri's "Tarare," e.g.
Singspiel, e.g.
Soap or horse chaser
This can be grand
"Martha," e.g.
Jacopo Peri work
Horse or light follower
Donizetti specialty
"Les Troyens," e.g.
"Norma" or "Carmen"
"Otello" is one
Lincoln Center attraction
"Martha" is one
Salome, e.g.
Verdi's forte
Plural of opus
Cherubini product
"Carmen" or "Norma"
Setting for a Marx Bros. film
"Lulu" or "Wozzeck"
"Aïda" or "Carmen"
___ buffa
___ bouffe
Musical works
"Wozzeck" is one
"Peter Grimes," e.g.
"Oberon" is one
Where the Marxes spent a night
Wozzeck or Otello
Paer product
It's sometimes grand
H. Parker's "Fairyland" is one
"Schwanda the Bagpiper," e.g.
"Nabucco" is one
"Martha" or "Louise"
"Lulu" or "Zaza"
"Falstaff," e.g.
Setting for a Marx Brothers film
Theme of this puzzle
Concern of an impresario
Verdi specialty
"Norma," e.g.
"Ernani," for one
"Luisa Miller," e.g.
"Nabucco," for one
"Oberto" is one
Word with glass or house
"Billy Budd" is one
"Louise," for one
"Turandot" is one
Kind of glass or house
Mascagni product
Word with hat or house
"Peter Grimes" is one
Teatro San Carlo offering
"Fidelio" is one
"Die Fledermaus," e.g.
Sill's milieu
"Norma" is one
"Wozzeck" or "Vanessa"
Locale for lorgnettes
Type of hat
Wagner's forte
Grand or light work
"Aida," for one
"Otello," for one
Grand or light
Light or horse
It's usually grand
___ hats
Threepenny or horse
Kind of house or hat
Glasses or hat
"Parsifal," e.g.
Bouffe or comique
Stage fare
Miss Sills's vehicle
Kind of house
Grand or comic
Aria setting
"Turandot," for one
"Manon" or "Mignon"
"A Night at the ___"
Type of hat or house
Marx Brothers locale
Libretto subject
La Scala event
Beggar's, for one
Soap or horse
Miss Horne's milieu
Gluck's forte
Musical work
Grand or horse
Stage offering
Lyric drama
Price's metier.
"Aida"
Entertainment form.
Word with horse and comic.
___ buffa.
Stage fare.
Nonproduction at 1969 Met.
Lincoln Center unit.
Kind of hat
Covent Garden offering.
Bizet work.
"Siegfried," for one.
Works.
Popular form of entertainment.
Performing art.
Form of entertainment.
"Fidelio"
Radio feature.
Salzburg specialty.
Bing's specialty.
Radio specialty.
Saturday radio treat.
Lincoln Center treat.
Type of entertainment.
Popular radio offering.
Metropolitan drama.
"Norma," for one.
Rossini's forte.
Works: Lat.
Musical works.
Grand ___.
"Romeo and Juliet."
Works of a sort.
Popular radio program.
"The Bartered Bride."
"Turandot," for instance.
"Wozzeck," for one.
"Fidelio."
Milan's special feature.
Musical show.
Type of hat.
___ comique.
"Girl of the Golden West."
Wagner's forte.
La Scala production.
Aesthetic treat.
See 10 Across.
Place de l'___.
Popular radio broadcast.
Gluck's forte.
Beethoven's "Fidelio."
"Siegfried," for example.
Cultural institution in Paris.
"Wozzeck," for instance.
"Martha" or "Mignon."
Popular radio music.
"Fidelio," for example.
"Parsifal," for instance.
"Vanessa," for example.
Barber's field.
"The Three-Penny ___."
"La Perichole."
Bing's field.
"Aleko" is one.
Prato's forte.
Stage entertainment.
"Fidelio" is one.
Musical treat.
"Norma."
Cesare Siepi's forte.
Composition.
Light ___.
See 17 Across.
"The Saint of Bleecker Street."
The Bing product.
See 43 Down.
___ house.
Marian Anderson's new medium.
Grand, light or comic.
___ glasses.
"The Rake's Progress," for instance.
___ hat.
"Samson et Delila," for instance.
"The Beggar's ___."
"Alcestis," for example.
"Fidelio," for instance.
"Peter Grimes" is one.
"Cosi Fan Tutte," for instance.
___ bouffe.
Deems Taylor's ___ quiz.
Bing's forte.
Sometimes grand, sometimes bouffe.
"Hansel and Gretel," for instance.
Saturday afternoon treat.
Piazza's vocation.
"Die Fledermaus," for instance.
Milton Cross' specialty.
"Le Coq d'Or."
One of the "Ring" cycle.
"Don Carlos" on Nov. 6.
Met.
Eleanor Belmont's avocation.
Margaret Truman's objective.
Saturday's radio treat.
Works: Latin.
Goal of most audition aspirants.
Word with horse or rock
Battle vehicle?
Glass piece?
Met shot
Philip Glass's "Akhnaten," e.g.
Vehicle for 54-Across
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