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Operas In English

Author: Margaret Ross Griffel
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810883252
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In this revised and expanded edition of Operas in English: A Dictionary, Margaret Ross Griffel brings up to date her original work on operas written specifically to an English text (including works both originally prepared in English, as well as English translations). Since its original publication in 1999, Griffel has added nearly 800 entries to the 4,300 from the original volume, covering the world of opera in the English language from 1634 through 2011.

Operas In German

Author: Margaret Ross Griffel
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442247975
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With more than 2900 new entries, the revised edition of Operas in German: A Dictionary covers operas written specifically to a German text (both originals in German and German translations). As the most current encyclopedic collection of German opera, it is an invaluable resource for opera historians, musicologists, performers, and opera lovers.

The Concise Oxford Dictionary Of Opera

Author: John Warrack
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
ISBN: 0192800280
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Derived from the full Oxford Dictionary of Opera, this is the most authoritative and up-to-date dictionary of opera available in paperback. Fully revised for this new edition, with over 3,500 entries, it is designed to be accessible to all those who enjoy opera, whether at the opera-house oron record. * Composers and their works * Singers and their notable performances * Plot summaries and separate entries for well-known roles, arias, and choruses * Leading conductors, producers, and designers * Opera companies and festivals

Historical Dictionary Of English Music

Author: Charles Edward McGuire
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810879514
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The Historical Dictionary of English Music seeks to identify and briefly annotate a wide range of subjects relating to English musical culture, largely from the early 15th century through 1958, dates that reflect the coalescence of an identifiable English style in the early Renaissance and the death of the iconic Ralph Vaughan Williams in the mid-20th century. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about English music.

English German Dictionary Of Idioms

Author: Hans Schemann
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415172547
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This dictionary is the ideal supplement to the German/English Dictionary of Idioms, which together give a rich source of material for the translator from and into each language. The dictionary contains 15,000 headwords, each entry supplying the German equivalents, variants, contexts and the degree of currency/rarity of the idiomatic expression. This dictionary will be an invaluable resource for students and professional literary translators. Not for sale in Germany, Austria or Switzerland

Latvian English Dictionary

Author: Leonard Zusne
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477163115
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This unabridged work includes a previously distributed DICTIONARY OF LATVIAN PROVERBS, making it unique and more attractive than similar publications. A translating dictionary, like this one, is a practical dictionary that translates words in existing texts. It does not, as a rule, provide descriptions or explanations, nor does it set norms of how words should be spelled. The aim of dictionary users can be either to understand the source language (the language of the headwords) or to translate it into the target language(the language of the translation equivalents). The user’s first language can be either the source language or the target language. This makes for four possible types of interlingual dictionaries (descriptive, prescriptive, or translating). Existing Latvian-English dictionaries indicate that they are intended for users whose first language is Latvian and whose purpose is to translate it into English. This dictionary is intended primarily for users whose first language is English and who wish to understand texts written in Latvian. This, of course, does not preclude Latvian speakers from using it to translate from Latvian into English, i.e., to produce English texts. English-speaking Latvians may, in fact, find it helpful for accurate and natural translation. Other features of this dictionary are: the number of entries(over 106,000), which is more than double that of any other Latvian-English dictionary; the use of American rather than British English; an extensive coverage of technical terms from all fields of science and technology; the comprehensive inclusion of spelling variants; and the inclusion of colloquialisms, common speech words, vulgar terms, slang, barbarisms, selected regionalisms, and terms found in folkloric language. [A dictionary of Latvian proverbs is included in the back. The entries of this dictionary were collected from various extant monolingual and bilingual Latvian dictionaries, general and specialized: spelling dictionaries, technical dictionaries, etymological dictionaries, general encyclopedias, periodical literature, and many Latvian speakers. Of the latter, I want to single out the contribution of the late sea captain, Inats Lejnieks. In his time, the captain had commanded full-rigged sailing ships with Latvian crews, and he supplied the Latvian equivalents of the names of sails and principal ropes, spars, and part of the hull. I was fortunate to have captain Lejnieks share his expertise with me as this material was not available anywhere else.

A Dictionary Of Opera Characters

Author: Joyce Bourne Kennedy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199550395
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A unique reference work containing over 2,500 A-Z entries on operatic characters. Includes synopses for over 200 operas and operettas, as well as feature articles written by well-known personalities from the world of opera, including Plácido Domingo and Dame Janet Baker. It is an essential book for anyone with an interest in opera.

The Concise Oxford Dictionary Of Music

Author: Michael Kennedy
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0198608845
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This quick reference book of musical terminology includes brief biographical sketches of musicians, composers, vocalists, and conductors.

Pocket Oxford English Dictionary Online Lapis Lazuli 2002

Author: Oxford University Press
Publisher: Bukupedia
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ISBN : 8605765 © Oxford University Press 2002 This dictionary is ideal for everyone needing clear and accessible information on today's English. With over 140,000 words, including phrases, derivatives and idioms in more than 30,000 definitions, it provides a comprehensive coverage of everyday English. The meanings are given in a plain and straightforward style. Usage notes give guidance on points of grammar, usage, and spelling. Concise and useful information on interesting aspects of word origins is provided, avoiding technical terminology. Open layout with different elements starting on a new line makes the dictionary user-friendly and easy to use. lapis lazuli WEWNTPTSCBElectronic Pocket Oxford English DictionaryOxford University Press22/03/02Oxford University Pressen-us © Oxford University Press 2002 Published by Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP Oxford is a registered trade mark of Oxford University Press All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior permission in writing of Oxford University Press, or as expressly permitted by law, or under terms agreed with the appropriate reprographics rights organisation. Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope of the above should be sent to the Rights Department Oxford University Press. Electronic Pocket Oxford English Dictionary Look up a word A 24-7 (also 24/7) adverb informal, chiefly N. Amer. twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week; all the time.