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223 results for OPERA from Shortz Era puzzles:
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Fri Mar 1, 202426AOf all the noises known to man, it is the most expensive, per an old quipJulian Xiao
Sun Dec 31, 202343DWord with space or rock (2)Matt Linzer and Rafael Musa
Thu Nov 16, 202328A"Otello," for onePaolo Pasco
Thu Nov 9, 202362ALove of Charles Foster Kane in "Citizen Kane"Simeon Seigel
Thu Oct 5, 202316AWhere there is "too much singing," per DebussyDaniel Bodily
Thu Sep 21, 202313AEntertainment one might view from a boxDan Caprera
Mon Jul 24, 202352D"The Magic Flute," e.g. (2)John Ewbank
Mon Jan 2, 20232D"La Bohème" or "La Traviata" (2)Seth Bisen-Hersh
Wed Dec 21, 202224DField for Maria CallasNancy Stark and Will Nediger
Fri Dec 9, 202265A"Il Trovatore," for oneBrooke Husic and Hoang-Kim Vu
Mon Dec 5, 202244A"Aida" or "Lohengrin"Tracy Gray
Sat Nov 5, 202245AMet for a few hours in the evening?John Westwig
Tue Oct 18, 202226DJohn Adams's "Nixon in China," for oneDan Schoenholz
Wed Oct 5, 202252AWord with rock or soapJason Reich
Wed Jun 22, 20227DWork from Bellini or RossiniKate Hawkins
Fri Jun 17, 202249DWord with light or spacePao Roy
Fri May 27, 202258AKind of cake with layers of coffee and chocolateDavid Distenfeld
Sun May 22, 2022101DBest ___ Recording (Grammy category)David and Karen and Paul Steinberg
Sun Apr 10, 202222AWord with box or glovesDavid W. Tuffs
Tue Jan 25, 20229A"Fidelio" is Beethoven's only oneRay Brunsberg and Ellen Brunsberg
Mon Nov 22, 202164A"Tosca" or "Turandot"Stella Zawistowski
Mon Nov 15, 202143AThey say this "ain't over until the fat lady sings"Ian Rathkey
Mon Nov 8, 202162A"Carmen" or "Elektra"Carl Larson
Wed Oct 27, 202115AUnsuk Chin's "Alice in Wonderland," for oneJohanna Fenimore
Sun Sep 19, 2021103DLiterally, "works"Peter Gordon
Sun Aug 29, 202182D"What's ___, Doc?" (old Bugs Bunny short)Dory Mintz
Mon Aug 9, 202116A"The Phantom of the ___"Alex Eaton-Salners
Thu Aug 5, 202115AGrammy category (4)Adam Wagner
Tue May 4, 202128A"La Bohème," for oneNina Sloan
Wed Apr 14, 202116A"The Barber of Seville," e.g. (3)Nathan Hasegawa
Sun Feb 21, 202111DWhere trills provide thrillsMatthew Stock
Sun Aug 16, 20203D"Einstein on the Beach," e.g.Francis Heaney
Mon Apr 6, 202049D"Madama Butterfly," for one (2)Andrea Carla Michaels and Brian Thomas
Wed Feb 19, 202012D"Don Giovanni," e.g.Alex Eaton-Salners
Sat Feb 1, 202029ACovent Garden offeringMark Diehl
Wed Jan 29, 202048D"La Traviata," for oneJeremy Newton
Fri Dec 13, 201916AWorks (5)Leslie Rogers
Wed Dec 4, 201923AWhere the Marx Brothers famously spent a nightEvan Mahnken
Mon Sep 16, 201938AGenre for Puccini and PonchielliAmanda Rafkin and Ross Trudeau
Thu Jun 27, 201941DWork of Bellini or GounodHoang-Kim Vu
Sat Apr 13, 201914A"___ in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian": H. L. MenckenDebbie Ellerin
Thu Jan 24, 201944AUnlikely source of a Top 40 songStu Ockman
Sat Dec 8, 20182DWord with light or rock (2)Trenton Charlson and David Steinberg
Mon Aug 6, 201832D"The Magic Flute," for oneAndrea Carla Michaels and Mark Diehl
Mon Jul 30, 201866AMet performanceGary Cee
Wed Jun 13, 201816A"Lakmé" or "Lohengrin"Michael Hawkins
Sat Feb 10, 201813DWord with space or rock (2)Finn Vigeland
Mon Jan 1, 20185D"Madama Butterfly," for one (2)Matthew Sewell
Sun Dec 10, 2017102DWith 84-Down, bit of black attireErik Agard and Laura Braunstein
Tue Mar 7, 201712DSydney ___ House (2)Freddie Cheng
Sun Feb 26, 201771AGrammy category (4)Josh Knapp
Sun Dec 18, 201617DThe Marx Brothers spent a night at oneDerrick Niederman
Tue Sep 13, 201615A"Macbeth" or "Otello"Stanley Newman
Thu Sep 8, 201655DGrammy category (4)Joanne Sullivan
Thu Jun 30, 201629D"Porgy and Bess," e.g.Jonathan M. Kaye
Thu May 5, 201657ASoap ___ (2)David Poole
Thu Apr 14, 201615ASpace ___Jason Flinn
Mon Feb 1, 201628D"Carmen" or "Rigoletto"Gary Cee
Thu Nov 26, 201534D"What's ___, Doc?" (classic Bugs Bunny short)Ed Sessa
Wed Nov 11, 201566AAlban Berg's "Wozzeck," e.g.David Steinberg
Wed Sep 30, 20152D"Cavalleria Rusticana," for oneFreddie Cheng
Mon Sep 14, 201542A"Don Giovanni" or "Don Pasquale"Zhouqin Burnikel
Sun Aug 30, 201521AWord with light or horse (2)Lee Taylor
Mon Aug 10, 201551DLa Scala offering (3)C. W. Stewart
Sun Apr 12, 201531DSetting for a Marx Brothers farce (2)Jeff Chen
Sat Feb 28, 201516A"Bluebeard's Castle," e.g.Barry C. Silk
Wed Nov 19, 201459DRecord store section (2)Jacob Stulberg
Sun Oct 26, 201445A"Siegfried," e.g. (2)Caleb Emmons
Sat Jul 26, 201425DHorse ___Julian Lim
Wed Jun 18, 201433AWhere to hear "Bravo!" and "Brava!"Amy Johnson
Sat Dec 14, 201341D25-Down, for oneMartin Ashwood-Smith
Tue Nov 5, 20134ABoito's "Mefistofele," e.g.Paula Gamache
Fri Sep 27, 201331DGrammy category (4)Peter A. Collins
Sun Sep 22, 2013112ACovent Garden performanceMike Selinker
Mon Sep 2, 20138D"Der Rosenkavalier," for oneJim Peredo
Sun Jul 28, 20134D"L'Africaine," e.g.Andrew Reynolds
Sun Jun 16, 201315D*Works (5)Mel Rosen
Mon Jun 10, 201355A"La Bohème" or "La Traviata" (2)Zhouqin Burnikel
Sun Mar 17, 20132DSetting for a 1935 Marx Brothers comedyJ. R. Leopold
Wed Mar 13, 201364AEach of this puzzle's long Across answers sounds like oneJoe DiPietro
Fri Nov 2, 201216AHigh-culture workDerek Bowman
Wed Oct 24, 201262AKind of glasses (2)Ian Livengood
Mon May 28, 201216A"William Tell," for oneKurt Mueller
Sun May 27, 2012110ASee 108-AcrossByron Walden
Wed May 9, 201211DStrauss's "Die Fledermaus," for oneEshan Mitra
Tue May 1, 201214A"Falstaff" or "Fidelio" (2)Zoe Wheeler and Aimee Lucido
Thu Oct 13, 201128D"Anna Bolena" or "Anna Nicole"John Farmer
Fri Aug 19, 201145D"No good ___ plot can be sensible ...": W. H. AudenPatrick Berry
Thu Jul 28, 201153ARecord store section (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Wed Jun 1, 201115D"The Makropulos Affair," for oneElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Dec 19, 201050DLincoln Center productionKevin G. Der
Tue Sep 21, 201055DWord with grand or soapAdam G. Perl
Sun Sep 12, 2010113AWorks in the music businessPaula Gamache
Tue Jul 20, 201022DSetting for a Marx Brothers farce (2)Ed Sessa
Fri May 28, 201051DWork on a grand scaleJoe Krozel
Wed Mar 31, 201050DTeatro La Fenice offeringChuck Deodene
Mon Oct 26, 200914A"Tosca," for oneMike Nothnagel
Tue Sep 1, 200914AMusical work that's often not in EnglishSteven Ginzburg
Tue Jun 2, 200945DWagner compositionPatrick Blindauer
Sun Apr 19, 200965D"Nixon in China," for one (2)Will Nediger
Sun Feb 8, 200939APrice productionAlan Arbesfeld
Sat Dec 13, 200824DWork with chorusesFrank Longo
Mon Oct 20, 20083DPuccini production (2)Daniel Raymon
Mon Jul 14, 200863A"Tosca" or "Thaïs"Ed Early
Sat Jan 26, 20082DGlass workKaren M. Tracey
Fri Dec 28, 200726APlace to find a C-note?John Farmer
Tue Oct 2, 200728D"La Traviata," e.g.Oliver Hill
Sat Sep 29, 200745DSee 29-DownRobert H. Wolfe
Wed Aug 22, 200735AParis Métro station next to a music centerPatrick Blindauer
Wed Jun 6, 200745ALincoln Center offeringRichard Silvestri
Sun Jun 3, 200718D"Idomeneo," e.g.Kelsey Blakley
Wed Mar 28, 200716ANumbered worksBurton Clemans
Mon Mar 26, 200714A"Faust" or "Don Giovanni"Eric Fischer
Mon Dec 18, 200642APlural of 21-AcrossDonna Levin
Sat Oct 28, 200644AWord with light or rock (2)David Quarfoot
Thu Oct 19, 200612DActivity for some season ticket holdersRaymond C. Young
Sun Aug 20, 20065A"Dido and Aeneas," for an early English exampleRichard Silvestri
Fri Aug 18, 200644DWord with light or horse (2)Joe DiPietro
Thu Aug 3, 200650DPuccini production (2)Nancy Salomon
Mon Jun 19, 200619AMusical work featuring 3-DownRaymond Hamel
Wed Apr 19, 200666A6-Across, e.g.Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Tue Jan 17, 200624DLa Scala production (2)Nancy Salomon
Thu Dec 8, 200544APhantom's hauntDavid Pringle
Tue Nov 22, 200514A"Fidelio," for oneNancy Salomon
Mon Nov 14, 200520AMet productionMarjorie Berg
Wed Jun 22, 200551D"Martha" or "Norma"Verna Suit
Sun Jun 19, 200563DBizet work (2)Manny Nosowsky
Fri Apr 8, 200546ABizet work (2)Manny Nosowsky
Tue Aug 3, 20046AGounod productionRoy Leban
Sun Jun 13, 200468AWhere you might take a lorgnetteRichard Silvestri
Tue Jun 8, 200467AMet offering (4)Ed Early
Mon May 31, 200433D"La Bohème," e.g. (3)Gregory E. Paul
Tue Apr 27, 200455AMet offering (4)Janet R. Bender
Thu Apr 22, 200421AWord with buff or buffaDaniel C. Bryant
Tue Jan 27, 20048D"Il Trovatore," e.g.Randall J. Hartman
Wed Oct 29, 200336ASydney ___ House (2)Manny Nosowsky
Fri Apr 11, 200352D"Nixon in China," for one (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Mon Dec 30, 200235D"Tosca," e.g.Gregory E. Paul
Wed Nov 27, 200214A"William Tell," e.g.Ron O'Hair
Sat Jul 20, 200214ASetting for a 1935 Marx Brothers farceDana Motley
Mon Jul 15, 200264AWagner workJohn Leavy
Sun Jun 23, 200267DWorks (5)Eric Berlin
Wed Apr 17, 200252D"Norma," for oneRichard Silvestri
Fri Jan 11, 20023DWorks (5)Mark Diehl
Tue Nov 27, 200147DKiri Te Kanawa's milieuEd Early
Mon Oct 22, 200114AWhere to hear an aria (2)Denise Neuendorf
Wed Sep 12, 200114ACollected worksPhilip Lew
Wed Aug 22, 200151D14-Across, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
Mon Aug 6, 200142A"Pagliacci," e.g. (2)Bernice Gordon
Mon Jul 30, 200116A"La Bohème," e.g. (3)Nancy Kavanaugh
Wed Jul 18, 200115ARameau workElizabeth C. Gorski
Sun Mar 4, 200196DField of BattleCathy Millhauser
Mon Jan 29, 200147D"Faust," e.g.Sarah Keller
Mon Dec 25, 200015AMet offering (4)Adam G. Perl
Sun Nov 19, 2000100DTheater offeringCathy Millhauser
Thu Oct 26, 200054D"Wozzeck," e.g.Patrick Berry
Tue Oct 17, 200059ALa Scala offering (3)Peter Gordon
Tue Oct 3, 200011DSee 21-AcrossTodd McClary
Mon Sep 11, 200066A"The Magic Flute," e.g. (2)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Aug 28, 200012D"Lohengrin," e.g. (2)Richard Hughes
Fri Jul 14, 200025D35-Down, for oneBrendan Emmett Quigley
Sat May 20, 20006DComic ___Rich Norris
Sun May 14, 200054DKind of glasses (2)Bill Zais and Nancy Salomon
Mon Apr 24, 200020AWhere to hear an aria (2)Peter Gordon
Mon Apr 3, 200025DWhere to hear a 14-AcrossGregory E. Paul
Wed Mar 29, 200055AWhat the fat lady sings?Peter Gordon
Mon Mar 20, 200018AVerdi workGregory E. Paul
Mon Nov 29, 199916A"Don Giovanni," for exampleRichard Chisholm
Mon Oct 18, 199948D"Carmen," e.g. (2)Nancy Salomon and Karen Riekert
Mon Sep 6, 19993D"Lohengrin," e.g. (2)Manny Nosowsky
Sun Aug 8, 199934D"Hänsel und Gretel," e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
Wed Jul 21, 199963APart of Mozart's artNoah Dephoure
Mon Jun 21, 199917AWord after grand or soapGregory E. Paul
Wed Apr 14, 199954ALa Scala offering (3)Alan Arbesfeld
Mon Jul 27, 199850D"The Barber of Seville," e.g. (3)Steven Picus
Mon Jun 29, 199815A"The Barber of Seville," e.g. (3)Gregory E. Paul
Mon Mar 9, 19989A"Falstaff" or "Fidelio" (2)Randall J. Hartman
Thu Feb 26, 199815AWork for Moffo or a buffoLois Sidway
Wed Jan 28, 199861AParis landmark, with "L'"Mark Gottlieb
Sun Jan 4, 199897DAria areaMark Danna
Thu Oct 30, 199725DField of buffosCathy Millhauser
Mon Oct 13, 199722D"La Bohème," e.g. (3)Gregory E. Paul
Sun Aug 17, 199766DKind of hat or houseCathy Millhauser
Tue Jul 15, 199710D"Don Giovanni," for oneFrank Longo
Wed Apr 16, 199714A"Otello," e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sun Jan 12, 199711A16-Down, for oneM. Rosen
Wed Dec 18, 199616AMozart offeringM. W. Perry
Sun Dec 15, 1996120AParis cultural centerR. Ross
Mon Dec 2, 19962DSoap ___ (2)D. L. Wilk
Fri Nov 29, 19966DBeethoven wrote just oneB. White
Sun Nov 24, 199615D"Lulu," e.g. (2)M. Jacobson
Fri Nov 8, 19964D"Orfeo," e.g.M. Gaffney
Tue Sep 24, 19966D"Pagliacci," for oneS. Spadaccini
Thu Sep 19, 199661ALa Scala production (2)W. S. Cotter
Tue Jul 23, 199611DDonizetti workG. E. Paul
Tue Jun 25, 199650A"Pagliacci," e.g. (2)Randall J. Hartman
Mon Jun 3, 19968D"Tosca" or "Thais," e.g.S. L. Robbins
Sun May 12, 199623AGig for DomingoR. Silvestri
Wed May 1, 199640DLa Scala performanceF. Piscop
Wed Apr 24, 199652D"Ernani," e.g.G. Dean
Fri Apr 12, 19962DBattle field?M. Nosowsky
Wed Feb 21, 199628D"Le Coq d'Or," e.g.F. & L. Sabin
Mon Feb 5, 199664AMet offering (4)Robert Katz
Sun Feb 4, 199671DMilieu of 99-DownD. J. Kahn
Thu Jan 11, 199619A"Thaïs," e.g.B. Jorgensen
Thu Jan 4, 19968D"Lulu," e.g. (2)F. & L. Sabin
Wed Jul 5, 199547DOutput of 42 DownNorman S. Wizer
Mon May 8, 199538A"Carmen," e.g. (2)Deborah Trombley
Wed Apr 12, 199529DDvorak's "Russia," e.g.Rich Norris
Mon Mar 27, 19955D"Fidelio," e.g.Gregory E. Paul
Mon Jan 23, 199536A"Carmen" or "Aida"Sidney L. Robbins
Thu Dec 29, 199445A"Pique Dame," e.g.Jim Page
Mon Sep 5, 19942DPuccini productJulian Ochrymowych & Amy Goldstein
Wed Aug 31, 199459A"La Gioconda," e.g.Christopher Hurt
Sun Aug 7, 199454D"Yolanta," e.g.Dean Niles
Tue Jul 19, 19947DIt may be seria or buffaChristopher Hurt
Fri Jun 3, 199414A"Simon Boccanegra," e.g.Norman S. Wizer
Fri Feb 25, 199427DWorks (5)Bob Lubbers
Thu Jan 27, 199441D"Siegfried," e.g. (2)Betty Jorgensen
Thu Jan 20, 19942D"Lakme," e.g.Lois Sidway
Sun Jan 2, 1994116DThreepenny entertainment?Brian G. Tyler
Mon Dec 6, 199354DWhere the fat lady singsPeter Gordon
Mon Nov 29, 199361A"Faust," for oneSidney L. Robbins
4 results for OPERA from Variety puzzles:
Jan 21, 2024Cryptic17ALove, according to a Verdi work (5)Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
Oct 30, 2022Cryptic5DNorma turned in extra reports (5)Richard Silvestri
Nov 1, 2020Cryptic24DIn recession, a way to lose auto works (5)John Forbes
Oct 8, 2006GoingTooFar1DBizet offeringEric Berlin
335 results for OPERA from pre-Shortz puzzles:
Sun Nov 14, 199341DPuccini productNorma SteinbergTaub
Wed Aug 11, 199347ACherubini workEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Sun Jul 11, 199371A"Peter Grimes," for oneErnst TheimerMaleska
Sat Jul 3, 199328DVehicle for BartoliTap OsbornMaleska
Tue Jun 1, 199310DWagnerian workAlbert J. KlausMaleska
Wed May 19, 199327A"Manon," e.g.June A. BoggsMaleska
Mon Mar 15, 199343AComic or horse followerJames L. BeattyMaleska
Wed Feb 24, 199315AGluck productAlfio MicciMaleska
Sun Jan 31, 1993125ACopland's "The Tender Land," e.g.Wilson McBeathMaleska
Thu Nov 19, 199241DWagnerian workTap OsbornMaleska
Wed Jul 8, 199216AGluck workSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Apr 13, 199231D"Carmen" is oneSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Mon Mar 23, 19924D"Carmen" or "Faust"Albert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Aug 20, 199131DCovent Garden attractionLouis SabinMaleska
Sun Aug 11, 199147D"Porgy and Bess," e.g.Michael A. RampinoMaleska
Tue Jul 9, 199151DGounod's forteJeff HerringtonMaleska
Thu Jun 6, 199131DPuccini's forteLois SidwayMaleska
Mon Jun 3, 199116AVerdi productEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue May 28, 199134DPuccini workStanley GlassMaleska
Sun May 26, 199156ASeria or comique precederAlfio MicciMaleska
Fri May 3, 19919A"Tosca," e.g.Betty HinmanMaleska
Sat Jan 26, 199159ACharpentier creationDaniel GirardiMaleska
Sun Dec 30, 199033A"Lakmé," e.g.Nancy Scandrett RossMaleska
Thu Nov 22, 199021D"Norma" or "Martha"Joy L. WoukMaleska
Sat Oct 13, 199029DMet fareErnst TheimerMaleska
Tue Sep 25, 199033DGluck productJoe ClonickMaleska
Fri Sep 21, 199010D"Lulu" or "Lakme"Jack LechnerMaleska
Mon Sep 10, 199021DSoap or horse followerPeter SwiftMaleska
Sat Aug 25, 199036A"Norma," for oneRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
Sun Jul 1, 199022AMassenet's forteJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sat Jun 16, 199051D"Fidelio," e.g.Nancy JolineMaleska
Sun May 13, 199013D" ... Mahagonny" is oneStanley GlassMaleska
Mon May 7, 19903DVehicle for DomingoLois SidwayMaleska
Sun Apr 1, 199019AMeyerbeer productBert H. KruseMaleska
Sat Mar 17, 19903DBarry McCauley's forteCharles E. GerschMaleska
Thu Mar 15, 199025ALeonie Rysanek's fieldRichard SilvestriMaleska
Tue Mar 6, 19909ACertain phantom's hauntWilson McBeathMaleska
Fri Nov 17, 198916A"Billy Budd" or "Peter Grimes"Christopher PageMaleska
Fri Oct 20, 198942ASingspielMartha J. DeWittMaleska
Sun Sep 17, 198973D"Werther," for oneJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Thu Apr 13, 198949A"Salome," e.g.Arthur S. VerdescaMaleska
Thu Dec 29, 19888D"Lulu" or "Louise"Alfio MicciMaleska
Mon Dec 26, 198817AMet productionBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sat Nov 19, 198818A"Dido and Aeneas," for oneVaughn KeithMaleska
Sat Nov 5, 198824ASingspiel, e.g.S. E. WilkinsonMaleska
Sun Oct 23, 198889APuccini's forteJohn GreenmanMaleska
Sun Aug 28, 198851D"Rienzi" or "Jenufa"Mary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Sat Aug 20, 198844D"Euridice" was the first complete oneRoger H. CourtneyMaleska
Wed Aug 3, 198843ALa Scala productionBetty JorgensenMaleska
Sun Jul 31, 198822AThis can be grandJune A. BoggsMaleska
Wed Jul 13, 198821APlace to see tall headgearChristy RidleyMaleska
Sun Jun 26, 198867DThe works, to CatoDale O. BurgenerMaleska
Thu May 26, 198840ASoap or horse chaserMargaret W. HuskeyMaleska
Sun Mar 6, 1988104A"Louise" or "Norma"Maura B. JacobsonMaleska
Mon Feb 22, 198820AMet productionElissa KoolykMaleska
Sun Feb 7, 198859D"Euridice" is oneRalph G. BeamanMaleska
Sat Jan 9, 19883DSalieri's "Tarare," e.g.McDowellMaleska
Mon Dec 28, 198750D"Louise" or "Norma"Virginia L. YatesMaleska
Fri Dec 25, 198751D"Martha," e.g.Joy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Dec 20, 1987101AJacopo Peri workJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Thu Oct 29, 198769A"Les Troyens," e.g.Nancy JolineMaleska
Fri Oct 16, 19878DHorse or light followerWilson McBeathMaleska
Thu Oct 1, 198752D"Otello" is oneEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Tue Sep 29, 198739ADonizetti specialtyR. S. JonesMaleska
Tue Sep 15, 198725DVerdi workBette Sue CohenMaleska
Mon Jul 27, 19876D"Norma" or "Carmen"Rita YelleMaleska
Tue Feb 10, 198723DLa Scala offeringSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sat Jan 24, 198729D" ... Mahagonny" is oneJesse RoarkeMaleska
Tue Dec 16, 198661APlural of opusJeanne WilsonMaleska
Mon Nov 24, 198620ALincoln Center attractionSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Sun Sep 28, 198642A" ... Mahagonny" is oneD. JonesMaleska
Tue Jul 15, 198642DVerdi's forteJudson G. TrentMaleska
Thu May 22, 198630D"Thaïs," e.g.Judson G. TrentMaleska
Thu May 8, 19868D"Martha" is oneJoy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Mar 16, 1986105ACopland's "The Tender Land," e.g.June A. BoggsMaleska
Wed Mar 5, 19866D"Wozzeck," e.g.Bernice GordonMaleska
Mon Nov 18, 198532D"Carmen" is oneFrank GearyMaleska
Sun Nov 3, 198554DHorse or light followerWilson McBeathMaleska
Mon Sep 30, 198515A"Carmen" or "Norma"Albert J. KlausMaleska
Tue Aug 13, 198552D"Lulu," e.g.LauferMaleska
Sat Jul 13, 198530D"Lulu" or "Wozzeck"Ernst TheimerMaleska
Thu Mar 7, 198525ACherubini productS. E. WilkinsonMaleska
Mon Feb 18, 19855ACovent Garden offeringVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Sat Feb 2, 198541ASetting for a Marx Bros. filmJeffrey A. MercerMaleska
Tue Jan 1, 19852D"Ernani," e.g.AveryMaleska
Thu Nov 29, 198414AWorksMary M. MurdochMaleska
Fri Nov 2, 19842D"Martha" or "Norma"Joy L. WoukMaleska
Sun Oct 28, 19841AVerdi productJohn M. SamsonMaleska
Sat Oct 27, 198428D"Wozzeck" is onePeter SwiftMaleska
Sat Jul 28, 198434D"Peter Grimes," e.g.John M. SamsonMaleska
Sat Jul 14, 198452D___ bouffePeter G. SnowMaleska
Sun May 13, 198446A"Oberon" is oneRichard SilvestriMaleska
Fri Mar 16, 198462AMusical worksJesse RoarkeMaleska
Sat Feb 18, 198430D"Aïda" or "Carmen"Ernst TheimerMaleska
Thu Feb 9, 198448A"Oberon" is oneEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Fri Feb 3, 198421D___ buffaPeter SwiftMaleska
Sun Jan 8, 198431DWhere the Marxes spent a nightRichard SilvestriMaleska
Sat Aug 27, 198343DH. Parker's "Fairyland" is oneWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Aug 14, 1983112A"Schwanda the Bagpiper," e.g.Peter SwiftMaleska
Tue Jun 21, 19833DIt's sometimes grandVirginia L. YatesMaleska
Wed May 11, 198351A"Carmen" or "Norma"Barbara J. WeakleyMaleska
Tue May 3, 198349ALincoln Center attractionErnst TheimerMaleska
Sun Apr 24, 198399D"Martha" or "Louise"Alfio MicciMaleska
Sun Mar 27, 198320A"Falstaff," e.g.Bernice GordonMaleska
Fri Feb 18, 198353APaer productWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sun Jan 9, 198353D"Lulu" or "Zaza"Louis BaronMaleska
Sun Jan 2, 198313A"Nabucco" is oneBarbara GillisMaleska
Fri Nov 26, 198228DSetting for a Marx Brothers filmRobert KatzMaleska
Wed Nov 10, 198230D"Nabucco," for oneFred KellerMaleska
Sun Jul 11, 1982109D"Oberto" is oneWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Sat Jul 3, 198227D"Fidelio," e.g.I. Judah KoolykMaleska
Tue Jun 15, 19823D"Norma," e.g.Bette Sue CohenMaleska
Fri Jun 4, 198266AConcern of an impresarioCatherine BenanteMaleska
Wed Apr 21, 198226D"Ernani," for oneBette Sue CohenMaleska
Sun Mar 14, 198257A"Luisa Miller," e.g.Fletcher IngallsMaleska
Fri Jan 22, 198244D"Nabucco" is oneChristy RidleyMaleska
Thu Jan 7, 198248DTheme of this puzzleNorman S. WizerMaleska
Sat Dec 5, 198116A"Lakme," e.g.FraasMaleska
Tue Dec 1, 198115A"Turandot" is oneHugh McElroyMaleska
Thu Oct 22, 198115AWord with glass or houseA. J. SantoraMaleska
Wed Jul 29, 198114A"Louise," for oneJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Fri Jun 5, 198131AKind of glass or houseMassiMaleska
Sun Feb 15, 198152D"Billy Budd" is oneJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Tue Dec 30, 198018DWord with hat or housePeter SwiftMaleska
Sun Jul 20, 198022A"Lulu," e.g.Mary Virginia OrnaMaleska
Wed Mar 12, 198015AMascagni productVirginia HassingerMaleska
Sun Jan 20, 198093D___ buffaAlfio MicciMaleska
Wed Nov 28, 197949D"Die Fledermaus," e.g.John R. ProsserMaleska
Tue Nov 13, 197915A"Peter Grimes" is oneHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Mon Oct 22, 197937A"Billy Budd" is oneBrumbauchMaleska
Mon Sep 10, 197928D"Fidelio" is oneSamuel K. FliegnerMaleska
Tue Sep 4, 197913D"Billy Budd" is oneJean J. DavisonMaleska
Mon Aug 6, 197933ASoap or horse followerI. Judah KoolykMaleska
Fri Jan 12, 197928DTeatro San Carlo offeringDorothea E. ShippMaleska
Sat Nov 11, 19783DSill's milieuWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
Mon Aug 7, 197818AGrand or light workGrace FabbroniMaleska
Mon Jul 24, 197810D"Norma" is oneHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sat Jul 15, 197816A"Wozzeck" or "Vanessa"Kenneth HaxtonMaleska
Tue Jun 27, 197810D"Peter Grimes" is oneJoy L. WoukMaleska
Mon Jun 19, 197822DWagner's forteMichelle ArnotMaleska
Wed May 31, 197859AType of hatHerb L. RisteenMaleska
Sun May 7, 197822A"Fidelio" is oneAnthony B. CanningMaleska
Sat Feb 4, 197827DLocale for lorgnettesMichael PriestleyMaleska
Mon Dec 12, 197726D"Turandot" is oneMarie WestMaleska
Tue Oct 11, 197731D"Otello," for oneStephanie SpadacciniMaleska
Mon Oct 10, 197716A"Louise" or "Norma"Jordan S. LasherMaleska
Thu Jan 6, 197757A"Aida," for oneHarriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
Wed Jan 5, 197749AGrand or lightH. Hastings ReddallWeng
Sat Oct 23, 197647DIt's usually grandMike LeiferWeng
Wed Sep 8, 197649DVerdi workHenry HookWeng
Wed Mar 31, 19765A"Faust," e.g.DeWitt AndersonWeng
Wed Mar 24, 197622AThreepenny or horseVirginia ButlerWeng
Mon Feb 9, 197643DLight or horseMel RosenWeng
Mon Feb 2, 197649A"Fidelio," for oneVirginia SchneiderWeng
Mon Jan 5, 197622A___ hatsHerb L. RisteenWeng
Tue Dec 23, 197549D"Lakme," e.g.Martin BryanWeng
Tue Dec 2, 197526D"Parsifal," e.g.SteeleWeng
Mon Jul 28, 197515ABouffe or comiqueKathryn RussoWeng
Sun Jul 27, 19752DGlasses or hatFletcher IngallsWeng
Sat Jul 12, 197531DKind of house or hatAnthony B. CanningWeng
Thu May 29, 197527AStage fareWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Fri Mar 14, 197515AMet productionSophie FiermanWeng
Thu Nov 21, 197415A"Thaïs," e.g.DeWitt AndersonWeng
Thu Nov 7, 197414AStage fareWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Fri Oct 25, 197441A"Turandot," for oneHugh McElroyWeng
Mon Jul 8, 197414AMet offeringElizabeth M. QuackenbushWeng
Fri May 17, 197454DAria settingHallie & Gerald ParsonsWeng
Fri Mar 1, 197438A"Carmen," e.g.Reginald L. JohnsonWeng
Thu Feb 28, 197444AMiss Sills's vehicleTap OsbornWeng
Sat Feb 16, 197420AKind of houseBert BeamanWeng
Tue Jan 8, 197436DGrand or comicTanaquil Le ClercqWeng
Fri Dec 28, 197362A"A Night at the ___"UnknownWeng
Tue Dec 18, 19736DLibretto subjectUnknownWeng
Sat Dec 1, 197313AMet offeringUnknownWeng
Thu Nov 29, 197354DMarx Brothers localeUnknownWeng
Sun Oct 14, 19735AType of hat or houseJay SpryWeng
Sat May 12, 197314AKind of glassesUnknownWeng
Wed Feb 21, 197314A"Manon" or "Mignon"UnknownWeng
Fri Jan 5, 197347AMet fareUnknownWeng
Sun Nov 12, 197299ASoap or horseEmanuel BergWeng
Fri Nov 10, 197256A"Carmen," e.g.UnknownWeng
Sat Oct 21, 19725DCovent Garden offeringUnknownWeng
Sat Oct 14, 197240AGluck's forteUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 10, 197230DMiss Horne's milieuUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 3, 197258ALa Scala eventUnknownWeng
Wed Jun 14, 197227DBeggar's, for oneJim PageWeng
Thu Apr 20, 197244DStage fareUnknownWeng
Sat Sep 18, 197148DGrand or horseUnknownWeng
Sat Jul 10, 197124AComic ___UnknownWeng
Thu May 13, 197149DLyric dramaUnknownWeng
Sat Apr 3, 197118AStage offeringUnknownWeng
Sat Feb 13, 197159AStage fareUnknownWeng
Wed Jan 6, 197160AMusical workUnknownWeng
Tue Oct 20, 197053DDonizetti workUnknownWeng
Tue Sep 22, 197014AWagnerian workLouise EarnestWeng
Sat Jul 11, 197015A"Aida"UnknownWeng
Fri Feb 20, 197016AVerdi workUnknownWeng
Thu Jan 8, 197050DPrice's metier.UnknownWeng
Wed Jan 7, 197050DEntertainment form.UnknownWeng
Tue Dec 23, 196927D"Siegfried," for one.UnknownWeng
Mon Dec 22, 19691DNonproduction at 1969 Met.UnknownWeng
Wed Aug 6, 196966AStage fare.UnknownWeng
Tue Jul 22, 19693D___ buffa.UnknownWeng
Thu May 15, 196959ACovent Garden offering.UnknownWeng
Thu Apr 17, 196918ABizet work.UnknownWeng
Mon Apr 7, 196948ALincoln Center unit.UnknownWeng
Mon Jan 13, 196961AWord with horse and comic.UnknownWeng
Sun Jan 5, 196912AKind of hatFrances HansenFarrar
Wed Dec 18, 196814AForm of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 25, 196867A___ buffaJoseph LaFauciFarrar
Sun Jun 30, 1968111A"Fidelio"Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Jun 21, 19688DPopular form of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Tue Jun 18, 19686DPerforming art.UnknownFarrar
Tue Apr 23, 196868ARadio feature.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 2, 196823ARadio feature.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jan 14, 196850DWorks.Bert BeamanFarrar
Tue Oct 3, 196767APerforming art.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 7, 196719ARadio specialty.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Sun Mar 12, 196758DSalzburg specialty.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Sat Feb 4, 196753DBing's specialty.George LaczkoFarrar
Wed Jan 25, 196744DSaturday radio treat.Louise EarnestFarrar
Thu Aug 18, 196619ALincoln Center treat.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 15, 196611DType of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Sun Aug 7, 196614D"Norma," for one.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Thu Mar 31, 196636APopular radio offering.UnknownFarrar
Thu Feb 10, 196615AWorks.UnknownFarrar
Sat Jan 15, 196614AMetropolitan drama.UnknownFarrar
Wed Nov 24, 196547DMusical works.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 13, 196515AType of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 29, 19659DWorks: Lat.UnknownFarrar
Wed May 5, 196567AGrand ___.UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 24, 196553DRossini's forte.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jan 4, 196550DRadio specialty.UnknownFarrar
Thu Nov 5, 196434DBing's specialty.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 29, 196428D"Turandot," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 10, 196452DForm of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Sun Mar 15, 196482DForm of entertainment.Ruth W. SmithFarrar
Sun Feb 16, 1964115A"The Bartered Bride."George LaczkoFarrar
Fri Feb 14, 196453D"Romeo and Juliet."UnknownFarrar
Wed Feb 12, 196448AWorks of a sort.Threba JohnsonFarrar
Mon Jan 20, 196446DPopular radio program.Michael DubinFarrar
Sat Jan 18, 196415AGrand ___.Manny MillerFarrar
Wed Dec 11, 196352D___ comique.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Dec 4, 196314AMilan's special feature.S. A. KayFarrar
Tue Nov 19, 19632DPerforming art.S. A. KayFarrar
Wed Oct 2, 196322D___ comique.S. A. KayFarrar
Tue Sep 24, 196329D"Fidelio."A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Tue Jun 18, 196314A"Wozzeck," for one.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 19, 196315AType of hat.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Tue Mar 12, 196326DMusical show.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
Tue Nov 20, 196258APerforming art.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 10, 196232DWagner's forte.UnknownFarrar
Wed Aug 29, 196267ALa Scala production.Louise EarnestFarrar
Mon Jun 18, 19626DGrand ___.Joseph CrowellFarrar
Mon Apr 9, 196217A"Girl of the Golden West."James E. Hinish, Jr.Farrar
Thu Dec 28, 196120APopular radio broadcast.UnknownFarrar
Wed Nov 22, 196115ALa Scala production.UnknownFarrar
Mon Nov 20, 196129DPerforming art.UnknownFarrar
Mon Sep 18, 196153DSee 10 Across.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 8, 196128D___ comique.UnknownFarrar
Sun Jul 16, 196150DPlace de l'___.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sat Feb 18, 196115AAesthetic treat.UnknownFarrar
Thu Sep 15, 196041ABeethoven's "Fidelio."UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 13, 196040DSalzburg specialty.UnknownFarrar
Fri Apr 29, 196031DCultural institution in Paris.UnknownFarrar
Sun Feb 21, 1960107D"Siegfried," for example.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Fri Feb 12, 196014AGluck's forte.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 23, 195915AType of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Sat Oct 17, 195928A"Martha" or "Mignon."UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 18, 195915AForm of entertainment.UnknownFarrar
Mon Aug 31, 195914AGrand ___.Mel TaubFarrar
Thu Aug 6, 195915A"Fidelio," for example.UnknownFarrar
Sat Mar 28, 195947D"Wozzeck," for instance.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thu Jan 22, 195912DPopular radio music.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Tue Sep 9, 195826D"Parsifal," for instance.Ruth L. RutkayFarrar
Fri Jul 18, 195816A"The Three-Penny ___."UnknownFarrar
Tue Jul 1, 195827DBeethoven's "Fidelio."Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Wed Feb 19, 195859ABarber's field.Helen FasuloFarrar
Mon Jan 20, 195815A"Vanessa," for example.Madeline CorseFarrar
Sun Nov 10, 195741D"La Perichole."Dorothy E. SmithFarrar
Sun Jul 21, 195714D"Aleko" is one.Herbert EttensonFarrar
Sat Jul 13, 195716ABing's field.Helen SmathersFarrar
Tue Apr 2, 195750D"Fidelio" is one.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Tue Feb 19, 195732DStage entertainment.H. L. RisteenFarrar
Fri Feb 8, 195745DPrato's forte.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Fri Jan 18, 19578DWorks.Helen FasuloFarrar
Wed Jan 9, 195742AMusical treat.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Fri Nov 9, 195641A"Norma."Sidney LambertFarrar
Sun Oct 14, 1956139ALight ___.Jules ArensbergFarrar
Mon Jul 30, 195649DComposition.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Wed Jun 13, 195632DSee 17 Across.A. H. Drummond, Jr.Farrar
Thu Mar 29, 195619ARadio feature.UnknownFarrar
Mon Feb 6, 195650DCesare Siepi's forte.Helen FasuloFarrar
Thu Jun 2, 195530DSee 43 Down.UnknownFarrar
Mon Apr 25, 195518A"The Saint of Bleecker Street."Albert BlumFarrar
Tue Jan 25, 195562AThe Bing product.UnknownFarrar
Sun Dec 12, 195468DMarian Anderson's new medium.Harold T. BersFarrar
Wed Sep 8, 195414A"Fidelio."George HendersonFarrar
Thu Jul 1, 195422D___ house.UnknownFarrar
Thu Jun 24, 195428D___ glasses.H. H. ChapmanFarrar
Mon May 17, 195428DGrand, light or comic.William S. WoodsFarrar
Mon Oct 5, 19532D"Fidelio."UnknownFarrar
Thu Sep 24, 195324A"The Beggar's ___."UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 4, 195340AGrand ___.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
Sun Aug 30, 195318D___ hat.Roberta H. MorseFarrar
Fri May 22, 195350D"The Rake's Progress," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Fri Jan 2, 195316A"Samson et Delila," for instance.Charles E. GerschFarrar
Thu Oct 9, 19523D"Fidelio," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Tue Sep 23, 195215A"Peter Grimes" is one.UnknownFarrar
Fri Sep 12, 195211D"Cosi Fan Tutte," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Mon Jun 2, 195271A"Alcestis," for example.UnknownFarrar
Tue Dec 18, 195119D"Le Coq d'Or."UnknownFarrar
Sun Sep 16, 195128APiazza's vocation.Charles CrossFarrar
Wed Sep 12, 195141ASometimes grand, sometimes bouffe.UnknownFarrar
Thu Aug 16, 195126D___ bouffe.UnknownFarrar
Fri Aug 3, 195123A"Hansel and Gretel," for instance.UnknownFarrar
Tue May 15, 195153ABing's forte.UnknownFarrar
Tue Mar 6, 195150DDeems Taylor's ___ quiz.S. A. KayFarrar
Tue Feb 27, 195147DMilton Cross' specialty.Thomas MeekinFarrar
Thu Feb 22, 19518DOne of the "Ring" cycle.Isaac KertFarrar
Wed Feb 14, 195141A"Die Fledermaus," for instance.J. F. KellyFarrar
Mon Feb 12, 195149ASaturday afternoon treat.Helen H. ChapmanFarrar
Mon Oct 30, 195051D"Don Carlos" on Nov. 6.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 20, 19508DOne of the "Ring" cycle.UnknownFarrar
Fri Oct 6, 195047DMet.Robert HeglerFarrar
Sun May 29, 1949112AEleanor Belmont's avocation.Alice H. CookFarrar
Sun Aug 29, 1948111A___ bouffe.Charles CrossFarrar
Sun Nov 9, 194732DSaturday's radio treat.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Aug 10, 194757AMargaret Truman's objective.Eileen St. ClairFarrar
Sun Dec 22, 194688AWorks.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sun Jun 23, 1946131DGrand ___.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Sun Oct 14, 194571AWorks: Latin.Lester KeeneFarrar
Sun Dec 3, 1944115DGoal of most audition aspirants.Louis JenkinsFarrar
Sun Jul 26, 194222AMusical works.S. A. KayFarrar
Sun May 24, 1942124AWorks.Charles CrossFarrar
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