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musico-dramatic

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  • Meehan was aware of the book's musico-dramatic potential from the start.

    Big Brother sings!

  • McClatchy and Meehan were able to press Maazel to make changes at points when they considered the musico-dramatic balance was adrift.

    Big Brother sings!

  • There is every reason to believe that the composer has not been as acutely conscious of his musico-dramatic reform as his disciples have been.

    Musicians of To-Day

  • Even more active in the creation and propagation of these musico-dramatic productions throughout this period were the Jesuits, who, especially in Germany, used these musical plays in their schools and colleges everywhere.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • He had not yet mastered his new musico-dramatic art; indeed, I much doubt whether he realized its possibilities.

    Richard Wagner

  • There is every reason to believe that the composer has not been as acutely conscious of his musico-dramatic reform as his disciples have been.

    Musicians of To-Day

  • Half-a-dozen of the West End theatres are devoted to musico-dramatic works which, whatever their merits in other respects, have none as drama, and certainly have done little for the development of English music.

    Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

  • It is well known that in certain classes of musico-dramatic pieces the so-called authors expect the leading low comedian to find his own jokes, or most of them, and certainly Mr Arthur Roberts and others have contributed a bigger share of the effective dialogue than that of the persons supposed to have written the book.

    Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

  • Shakespeare, unless severely adapted, and, in fact, treated as the book for a picturesque musico-dramatic performance, does not appeal very movingly to _l'homme moyen sensuel_, nor do the sentimental puppet stories which form the stock of our theatre fascinate him.

    Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

  • There is not the least doubt that the lighter musico-dramatic works and the pantomimes, in consequence of these matters, are the direct and immediate cause of many acts which religious people regard as acts of sexual immorality.

    Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

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