Opera buffa

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Opera buffa (locutio Italiana, 'opera comica'; pl. opere buffe) est genus operae. Nomen primum adhibitum est ad describendas operas comicas Italianas, ab earum compositoribus diverse descriptas, ut commedia in musica, commedia per musica, dramma bernesco, dramma comico, et divertimento giocoso. Genus cum evolutione musica Neapole primo dimidio saeculi duodevicensimi visa arte coniungitur, unde Romae et in Italia septentrionali populare factum est. Primum vehementius dixit condiciones quotidianas, dialectos loci, et simplicia exemplaria vocalia (basso buffo est genus vocis ei consociatum). Principalis postulatio est dictio clara et facilitas crepitationis.

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