Universitatea „Lucian Blaga” din Sibiu “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu
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1 / 2016
Opera in the European context: traditions and globalization
Opera is the most complex form of the performing arts that harmoniously combines instrumental and vocal music with dance and drama. Throughout time, most epresentative works (of the past and of the present) have been performed in both traditional and modern theatres. My paper sets out to examine several highlights of the phenomena of globalization and adaptation to the new economic, social and cultural factors, undergone by the lyrical theatre in its evolution.
Keywords: opera house, traditions, globalization, culture, popularity
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