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CARMEN
Georges Bizet
Opera Singer ?
Carmen – REAL
opera Singer
Georges Bizet
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French Composer
(1838-1875)
Died in mid-30’s
Carmen premiered in
1875
The show was at first a
flop the audience didn’t
know how to react to
show
VOCABULARY from CARMEN
TOREADOR – BULLFIGHTER
REVENGE
REVENGE - is a harmful action
against a person or group as a
response to a real or perceived
grievance.
DAGGER
DAGGER - is a double-edged blade
used for stabbing or thrusting
SCORE
 WRITTEN
SHEET MUSIC
VIRTUROSO
 is
an individual who possesses
outstanding technical ability at
singing or playing a musical
instrument.
COLLABORATION
 where
two or more people or
organizations work together in an
intersection of common goals
BRIGADIER
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MAN in MILITARY
is a senior military rank
A brigadier is generally superior to a colonel
and subordinate to a major general.
ORGINALITY
is the aspect of created
or invented works
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FANFARE
 is
a short piece of music played by
trumpets and other brass
instruments, frequently accompanied
by percussion, usually for
ceremonial purposes (usually for
royalty or important people).
THEME
 the
unifying subject or idea of a
story
 Theme (music), the initial or
principal melody in a musical
piece
CLIMAX
or
turning point of a
narrative work is its point
of highest tension or drama
or when the action starts in
which the solution is given
PRELUDE
 An
introductory performance,
event, or action preceding a
more important one; a
preliminary or preface.
PRELUDE (MUSIC)
A piece or movement that serves as an introduction
to another section or composition and establishes the
key, such as one that precedes a fugue, opens a
suite, or precedes a church service.
b. A similar but independent composition for the piano.
c. The overture to an oratorio, opera, or act of an opera.
d. A short composition of the 15th and early 16th
centuries written in a free style, usually for keyboard
a.