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  • The music, the lights, the scene; the fat soprano confiding to her the fact of the "amour extrême" she bears for the tenor, to which she, the _dugazon_, does not even try to listen; her eyes wandering listlessly over the audience.

    Balcony Stories Grace E. King

  • As well think of the simulated trees, water-falls, and chateaux leaving the stage, as the _dugazon_!

    Balcony Stories Grace E. King

  • Not that she ever was a _dugazon_, but that was what her voice once aspired to be: a _dugazon manquée_ would better describe her.

    Balcony Stories Grace E. King

  • Yes, it was she, the whilom _dugazon_ of the opera troupe.

    Balcony Stories Grace E. King

  • In Italian lyric theatres, _pointage_ becomes necessary in many French operas, owing to the prevalent custom of allotting to contraltos certain rôles written for soprano and known as "dugazon rôles" (from

    Style in Singing W. E. Haslam


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  • Jouer les dugazons. | Emploi de dugazon.

    January 16, 2007