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The Royal Academy of Music was founded in 1822 by Lord Burghersh. It was located in Tenterden Street, Hanover Square.
The standard textbook answer is 'Dafne' first performed in 1598 during Carnival at the home of Jacopo Corsi in Florence.
The music was by Corsi and Jacopo Peri to a libretto by Ottavio Rinuccini. It is recognized as such because it was the first of a series of similar pieces that established the form of early 17th century Italian opera. The score does not survive.
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It was asociated with pagan rituals.
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Opera began during the Renaissance.
Oliver Cromwell banned theater productions in England.
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Telling a story through dance movements.
it was a time period of a renewed pursuit of the arts
"Low impact" is the term most associated with isometric dance.
Usually the word "Strike" in theater means to remove a piece of scenery from the stage. For example, "We have to strike this set at the end of the third act."
The are 3 steps in a pas de bourree i.e, behind, side, front.
The term that best describes the movement is gradual.
The most important aspect of singing opera is breath control.