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# Clue
1. ___ hats
2. "Fidelio," for one
3. Light or horse
4. Threepenny or horse
5. "Faust," e.g.
6. It's usually grand
7. Grand or light
8. "Aida," for one
9. "Louise" or "Norma"
10. "Otello," for one
11. "Turandot" is one
12. Locale for lorgnettes
13. "Fidelio" is one
14. Wagner's forte
15. "Peter Grimes" is one
16. "Wozzeck" or "Vanessa"
17. "Norma" is one
18. Grand or light work
19. Sill's milieu
20. Teatro San Carlo offering
21. Soap or horse follower
22. "Billy Budd" is one
23. "Die Fledermaus," e.g.
24. ___ buffa
25. Mascagni product
26. "Lulu," e.g.
27. Word with hat or house
28. Kind of glass or house
29. "Louise," for one
30. Word with glass or house
31. "Lakme," e.g.
32. "Nabucco" is one
33. "Luisa Miller," e.g.
34. "Ernani," for one
35. Concern of an impresario
36. "Norma," e.g.
37. "Fidelio," e.g.
38. "Oberto" is one
39. "Nabucco," for one
40. Setting for a Marx Brothers film
41. "Lulu" or "Zaza"
42. Paer product
43. "Falstaff," e.g.
44. "Martha" or "Louise"
45. Lincoln Center attraction
46. "Carmen" or "Norma"
47. "Schwanda the Bagpiper," e.g.
48. H. Parker's "Fairyland" is one
49. Where the Marxes spent a night
50. "Oberon" is one
51. "Aida" or "Carmen"
52. ___ bouffe
53. "Peter Grimes," e.g.
54. "Wozzeck" is one
55. "Martha" or "Norma"
56. "Ernani," e.g.
57. Setting for a Marx Bros. film
58. Covent Garden offering
59. Cherubini product
60. "Lulu" or "Wozzeck"
61. Horse or light follower
62. "Carmen" is one
63. "Wozzeck," e.g.
64. Copland's "The Tender Land," e.g.
65. "Martha" is one
66. "Thaïs," e.g.
67. " . . . Mahagonny" is one
68. Plural of opus
69. "Norma" or "Carmen"
70. Donizetti specialty
71. "Otello" is one
72. "Les Troyens," e.g.
73. Jacopo Peri work
74. "Martha," e.g.
75. Salieri's "Tarare," e.g.
76. "Euridice" is one
77. Met production
78. Soap or horse chaser
79. The works, to Cato
80. Place to see tall headgear
81. This can be grand
82. "Euridice" was the first complete one
83. "Rienzi" or "Jenufa"
84. Puccini's forte
85. Singspiel, e.g.
86. "Dido and Aeneas," for one
87. "Lulu" or "Louise"
88. "Salome," e.g.
89. "Werther," for one
90. Singspiel
91. "Billy Budd" or "Peter Grimes"
92. Certain phantom's haunt
93. Leonie Rysanek's field
94. Barry McCauley's forte
95. Meyerbeer product
96. Vehicle for Domingo
97. Massenet's forte
98. "Norma," for one
99. "Lulu" or "Lakme"
100. Gluck product
101. Met fare
102. "Norma" or "Martha"
103. Charpentier creation
104. "Tosca," e.g.
105. Seria or comique preceder
106. Gounod's forte
107. "Porgy and Bess," e.g.
108. Covent Garden attraction
109. "Carmen" or "Faust"
110. Gluck work
111. Wagnerian work
112. Comic or horse follower
113. "Manon," e.g.
114. Vehicle for Bartoli
115. "Peter Grimes," for one
116. Cherubini work
117. Puccini product
118. "Faust," for one
119. Where the fat lady sings
120. Threepenny entertainment?
121. "Siegfried," e.g.
122. "Simon Boccanegra," e.g.
123. It may be seria or buffa
124. "Yolanta," e.g.
125. "La Gioconda," e.g.
126. "Pique Dame," e.g.
127. "Carmen" or "Aida"
128. Dvorak's "Russia," e.g.
129. "Carmen," e.g.
130. Output ofDown
131. Milieu of 99-Down
132. "Le Coq d'Or," e.g.
133. Gig for Domingo
134. "Tosca" or "Thais," e.g.
135. "Pagliacci," e.g.
136. Donizetti work
137. "Pagliacci," for one
138. "Orfeo," e.g.
139. Beethoven wrote just one
140. Soap ___
141. Paris cultural center
142. Mozart offering
143. "Otello," e.g.
144. "Don Giovanni," for one
145. Kind of hat or house
146. "La Bohème," e.g.
147. Field of buffos
148. Paris landmark, with "L'"
149. Work for Moffo or a buffo
150. "Falstaff" or "Fidelio"
151. "The Barber of Seville," e.g.
152. Word after grand or soap
153. Part of Mozart's art
154. "Hänsel und Gretel," e.g.
155. "Lohengrin," e.g.
156. "Don Giovanni," for example
157. Where to hear a 14-Across
158. Where to hear an aria
159. Kind of glasses
160. 35-Down, for one
161. "The Magic Flute," e.g.
162. Rameau work
163. Kiri Te Kanawa's milieu
164. Setting for aMarx Brothers farce
165. "William Tell," e.g.
166. "Nixon in China," for one
167. Sydney ___ House
168. "Il Trovatore," e.g.
169. Word with buff or buffa
170. Where you might take a lorgnette
171. Gounod production
172. Phantom's haunt
173. Puccini production
174. Word with light or horse
175. "Dido and Aeneas," for an early English example
176. Word with light or rock
177. "Faust" or "Don Giovanni"
178. "Idomeneo," e.g.
179. Paris Metro station next to a music center
180. "La Traviata," e.g.
181. "Tosca" or "Thais"
182. "Tosca," for one
183. "The Makropulos Affair," for one
184. "No good ___ plot can be sensible ...": W. H. Auden
185. "Anna Bolena" or "Anna Nicole"
186. "William Tell," for one
187. Each of this puzzle's long Across answers sounds like one
188. Setting for aMarx Brothers comedy
189. "La Boheme" or "La Traviata"
190. "L'Africaine," e.g.
191. "Der Rosenkavalier," for one
192. Covent Garden performance
193. Boito's "Mefistofele," e.g.
194. "Bluebeard's Castle," e.g.
195. Musical drama
196. The Magic Flute, e.g.
197. "H
198. It literally means ''works''
199. Ring part
200. Price performance
201. L'Orfeo or "Otello"
202. Any of 22 Mozart works
203. Phantom's hangout
204. Place for a masked phantom
205. Show with a libretto
206. Jessye Norman performance
207. Leontyne Price performance
208. Scott Joplin's "Treemonisha," e.g.
209. Show with arias
210. Work containing 14-Acrosses
211. Zitkala-Sa composed one
212. Norma or "Carmen"
213. Norma or "Louise"
214. Buffo's milieu
215. Lulu, for one
216. Bizet creation
217. 96 Across output
218. Grand or soap trailer
219. Lulu, e.g.
220. Wozzeck, e.g.
221. Spear carrier's milieu
222. Domingo's domain
223. 10 Down, for one
224. Where airs are aired
225. Spear carrier's venue
226. Peter Grimes, e.g.
227. Caruso's milieu
228. Rock or soap follower
229. Battle field
230. Met doings
231. Manon or "Mignon"
232. Menotti's "The Consul," e.g.
233. Price performance?
234. Work with a libretto
235. Britten creation
236. A Night at the ___ (Marx Brothers film)
237. Amahl and the Night Visitors, e.g.
238. Turandot or "Tosca"
239. Donizetti creation
240. Ralph Vaughan Williams's "The Pilgrim's Progress," e.g.
241. Rimsky-Korsakov's "Christmas Eve," e.g.
242. Barber creation
243. Glass creation
244. Lincoln Center performance
245. Strauss specialty
246. Don Carlos, "Don Giovanni" or "Don Pasquale"
247. Mefistofele, e.g.
248. 74-Across, e.g.
249. Performance at the Met
250. Pons performance
251. Puccini performance
252. DRAMATIC SUNG WORK OF MUSIC
253. Horse or soap, for example
254. Glass piece?
255. IN CLASSICAL MUSIC, A WORK TAKES A LONG TIME
256. Verdi genre
257. Giacomo Puccini specialty
258. It might end on a high note
259. Lincoln Center show
260. Type of house or glasses
261. Verdi forte
262. A Mozart work
263. Horse __ (western)
264. Musical art form
265. Amahl and the Night Visitors, for one
266. The Bat or "The Cloak"
267. Carmen or "Salome"
268. Ernani, e.g.
269. Fidelio, for one
270. Bellini's "Norma," e.g.
271. Handel's "Orlando," for one
272. Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas," e.g.
273. Wagner creation
274. Turandot, for one
275. Box seat site
276. Comic work, perhaps
277. Project for an impresario
278. ___ glasses
279. Die Fledermaus, e.g.
280. Beethoven wrote only one
281. Bloch's "Macbeth," e.g.
282. Dvorأ،k's "Rusalka," e.g.
283. Kind of house or glasses
284. Lulu or "Louise"
285. Verdi product
286. Jenufa is one
287. Word after soap or rock
288. The Death of Klinghoffer, e.g.
289. Diva's realm
290. Juilliard major
291. Oratorio relative
292. Faust, e.g.
293. Verdi's "Otello," e.g.
294. Handel's "Lotario," e.g.
295. Wozzeck, for one
296. It may be comic
297. Battle vehicle?
298. Met shot
299. Philip Glass's "Akhnaten," e.g.
300. Vehicle for 54-Across
301. Word with horse or rock
302. Bizet's "Carmen," e.g.
303. Impresario's presentation
304. Met tragedy, maybe?
305. Mozart's "Idomeneo," e.g.
306. One of four in Wagner's Ring cycle
307. Ponchielli's "La Gioconda," e.g.
308. Event where you might get a box
309. Wozzeck or Otello
310. Salome, e.g.
311. 123 Across, e.g.
312. 40 Down, e.g.
313. Phantom's baliwick
314. Elektra or "Ernani"
315. Puccini's medium
316. Work at the Met
317. Palais Garnier event
318. Diva's domain
319. Record-store section
320. Bolshoi Theater offering
321. Gluck's forte
322. ___ has no business making money: Rudolf Bing
323. Entertainment featuring an intermezzo
324. Covent Garden show
325. Highbrow show
326. Oft-subtitled performance
327. How wonderful ___ would be if there were no singers: Rossini
328. No good ___ plot can be sensible: W.H. Auden
329. Meyerbeer's specialty
330. Palais Garnier production
331. Of Mice and Men became one in 1970
332. Joan Sutherland's field
333. Peter Eأ¶tvأ¶s's "Angels in America," for one
334. You may watch it from a box
335. Aida, for example
336. Bizet's "The Pearl Fishers," for one
337. Mozart music, maybe
338. Wagner specialty
339. Il Trovatore or "The Rake's Progress"
340. Porgy and Bess or "Tommy"
341. Wozzeck was one
342. Fidelio was Beethoven's only one
343. Porgy and Bess, for one
344. What's __, Doc?: Classic "Looney Tunes" short
345. Puccini offering
346. Tosca or "Pagliacci"
347. Adams's "Nixon in China," for one
348. Met tragedy, perhaps?
349. Word with soap
350. Britten's "Billy Budd," e.g.
351. One may be seen from a box
352. Where glasses may be raised?
353. Palais Garnier performance
354. Philip Glass's "Waiting for the Barbarians," e.g.
355. Rock or horse follower
356. Mozart's "Don Giovanni," e.g.
357. One may be seen with glasses
358. Renأ©e Fleming's field
359. Smetana's "The Bartered Bride," e.g.
360. Where to hear high C's
361. The Marriage of Figaro, e.g.
362. 31-Down, for one
363. Adams' "Nixon in China," for one
364. Barber's "Vanessa," for one
365. Met event
366. Word before house or after horse
367. Art form with buffa and seria styles
368. Dvorأ،k's "Rusalka," for one
369. Phantom's place?
370. Tippett's "King Priam," for one
371. Carmen, e.g.
372. Tommy is one
373. Adams' "Nixon in China," e.g.
374. ArkivMusic.com purchase
375. Play with music
376. Stage performance with singing
377. Light __: Offenbach music genre
378. Musical genre that means "work" in Italian
379. Tosca or Norma
380. Falstaff, for example
381. Kathleen Battle's bag
382. Mozart medium
383. Puccini genre
384. It may be comic or grand
385. Musical melodrama
386. Cavalleria rusticana, e.g.
387. 54 Down, e.g.
388. Artist's output
389. Battle's field
390. Lulu or "Lakme"
391. Nixon in China, e.g.
392. Paul Bunyan or "Billy Budd"
393. Soap or light follower
394. Carmen or "Aأ¯da"
395. Pagliacci, e.g.
396. 17 Across, e.g.
397. Bizet genre
398. Wagner output
399. Pavarotti genre
400. Rossini forte
401. __ buffa
402. Louise or "Norma"
403. Norma, for one
404. Music drama
405. Previn's "A Streetcar Named Desire", e.g.
406. Falstaff or "Otello"
407. Composer's works
408. Drama with music
409. Puccini output
410. Wagner genre
411. Otello, for one
412. Mezzo-soprano's gig
413. Puccini presentation
414. Bizet offering
415. Gig for a soprano
416. Mozart genre
417. Offenbach offering
418. Soprano's gig
419. Carmen or "Tosca"
420. Norma or "Fidelio"
421. Concert performance
422. Rossini genre
423. Otello, for example
424. Drama with divas
425. Literally, "works". . .
426. Music with arias
427. Wagnerian production
428. Field of battle
429. Tosca, e.g.
430. Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers farce
431. Nixon in China, for one
432. Il Trovatore, e.g.
433. Martha or "Norma"
434. The Phantom of the ___
435. Lakmأ© and "Lulu"
436. Cultural entertainment
437. Performances at 104-Across
438. Mozart's "La Clemenza di Tito," e.g.
439. Die Fledermaus, for one
440. Tragic figure in "Hamlet"
441. Area from which to hear an aria
442. Libretto accompaniment
443. Falstaff and others
444. Palais Garnier offerings
445. Many an Alessandro Scarlatti work
446. Old form of Italian musical drama
447. Meyerbeer output
448. Callas or Sills
449. Do surgery (on)
450. Diva's workplace
451. Having an effect
452. They're on the Met schedule
453. They're seen at Venice's La Fenice
454. Workplace where there are many openings
455. Shakespeare character who goes insane
456. The "thee" in "Get thee to a nunnery"
457. To whom Hamlet says "Get thee to a nunnery"
458. Religion, to the masses, per Marx
459. What might be a knockout?
460. Some magicians' gear
461. Place to take binoculars
462. View from the Sydney Harbour Bridge
463. 117-Down near Salem?
464. 25-Down, for one
465. Setting for a 1935 Marx Brothers comedy
466. Il dolce suono, e.g.
467. Windows or Unix
468. They're ordered by mathematicians
469. Leitmotif settings
470. Unlikely fare for philistines
471. Coordinated gene cluster
472. Cosأ¬ Fan Tutte, e.g.
473. Old-fashioned attire at 33-Across
474. Orlando and "Otello"
475. Stock of certain companies?
476. Works of Carl Maria von Weber
477. Works with librettos
478. Work not of the buffa style
479. Mozart's "Il Re Pastore," e.g.
480. Popular nail polish brand
481. Heroin or Vicodin
482. Composition of "Der Ring des Nibelungen"
483. Performances at Paris's Palais Garnier
484. Schedule at the Met
485. Wagner's oeuvre
486. Met people
487. The Mikado and "The Merry Widow"
488. Otello and "Pagliacci"
489. Classic kids' game involving removal of body parts ... with a hint to this puzzle's theme
490. Many a Gilbert and Sullivan work
491. Luxury wear for showgoers
492. La Traviata and "Carmen"
493. The Bartered Bride and "The Marriage of Figaro"
494. Ones "standing by" in an infomercial
495. Extra cup holders, for one
496. Grand Ole --
497. Saint Laurent fragrance
498. Acts the tyrant
499. Expressing thoughts
500. Selects, with 'for'
501. Runs against
502. Photo (Kodak moments) --
503. Windows or Unix, briefly
504. Right, to left: Abbr.
505. '-- Next Chapter (Winfrey series)'
506. Shakira: "___ Fixation"
507. Singing is this type of talent
508. What singing is
509. Ambient house band
510. Shakira "___ Fixation"
511. Shakira album "___ Fixation Vol. 2"
512. U.K. chillout pioneers
513. You Got It singer
514. Pioneers of ambient house, with "the"
515. Joe Walsh "___ Guy"
516. '89 XTC album "___ Lemons"
517. Big name in brushing
518. ___ I wrong about that?
519. Quarry product
520. Word with soap or horse
521. Alceste and "Lakme"
522. Fidelio and "Orfeo ed Euridice"
523. Naughty Marietta is one
524. Jean Simmons role in "Hamlet"
525. Andy's boy, of classic TV
526. Classic TV son
527. Son of a sheriff
528. Declare one's view
529. Janأ،cek creation
530. La Tosca or La Traviata
531. Phantom milieu?
532. Phantom's passion
533. Wagner's "Die Walkأ¼re," e.g.
534. Covent Gardens and La Scala
535. Jenufa and "Tosca"
536. Runs, as a business
537. Like some powerful voices
538. Surgeons M.O.?
539. Removes the cover, poetically
540. Soporifics
541. Pavarotti milieu
542. Place for 61 Across
543. Te Kanawa milieu
544. Norma and "Don Carlo"
545. This puzzle has plenty of them
546. Gilbert & Sullivan production
547. Puccini specialty
548. Word with horse or soap
549. Carmen and "Otello"
550. Gilbert and Sullivan genre
551. Hamlet's girlfriend
552. Giacomo Puccini's work
553. Horse trailer
554. It may be light or grand
555. Massenet offering
556. Phantom's locale
557. Math functions are performed on these
558. Place with cutting edge technology?
559. Ernestine, in a Lily Tomlin skit
560. Polonius' daughter
561. Anna Nicole, for one
562. Britten's "Billy Budd," for one
563. Covent Garden event
564. Drama at La Scala
565. Word with soap or space
566. Lohengrin or "Tannhأ¤user"
567. Bolshoi Theatre production
568. Giuseppe Verdi production
569. One about Jerry Springer debuted in 2003
570. Tuneful presentation
571. Verdi offering
572. Where you might want glasses
573. Carmen or "Norma"
574. Nixon in Chinaآ‌ or "Einstein on the Beach"آ‌
575. It's not over until the fat lady sings, they say
576. Librettist's musical milieu
577. Subject of Verdi's attention
578. The Girl of the Golden West, for one
579. Zazaor "Lulu"
580. Grand-
581. Haunt of 22 Across
582. Rossini composition
583. La Boheme, for example
584. Basso's house?
585. La Boheme, for one
586. La Traviata, e.g.
587. The Marriage of Figaro, for one
588. Kind of hat or glasses
589. Tchaikovsky's "The Queen of Spades," e.g.
590. Tommy, for one
591. Tosca, for one
592. William Tell or "Robin Hood"
593. Occasion for glasses
594. Carmen or "Cosأ¬ Fan Tutte"
595. Diva's setting
596. Setting for a Marx Brothers movie
597. Word with soap or grand
598. The Magic Flute, for one
599. Phantom's haunt, on Broadway
600. Word after soap or horse
601. Einstein on the Beach, e.g.
602. Broadway phantom's haunt
603. Dramatic work
604. Meyerbeer composition
605. Musical spectacle
606. The Marx Brothers spent a night there
607. Where Otis B. Driftwood spent the night
608. Lucrezia Borgia, for one
609. Aida
610. Entertainment form.
611. Price's metier.
612. Grand or horse
613. Lyric drama
614. Beggar's, for one
615. La Scala event
616. Miss Horne's milieu
617. Soap or horse
618. A Night at the ___
619. Libretto subject
620. Marx Brothers locale
621. Type of hat or house
622. Thaأ¯s, e.g.
623. Aria setting
624. Grand or comic
625. Miss Sills's vehicle
626. Lakme, e.g.
627. Parsifal, e.g.
628. Bouffe or comique
629. Glasses or hat
630. Kind of house or hat
631. Aida, for one
632. Turandot is one
633. Fidelio is one
634. Norma is one
635. Peter Grimes is one
636. Wozzeck or "Vanessa"
637. Billy Budd is one
638. Ernani, for one
639. Fidelio, e.g.
640. Luisa Miller, e.g.
641. Nabucco is one
642. Nabucco, for one
643. Norma, e.g.
644. Oberto is one
645. Lulu or "Zaza"
646. Martha or "Louise"
647. Schwanda the Bagpiper, e.g.
648. Aأ¯da or "Carmen"
649. Oberon is one
650. Wozzeck is one
651. Carmen is one
652. Lulu or "Wozzeck"
653. . . . Mahagonny is one
654. Martha is one
655. Verdi's forte
656. Les Troyens, e.g.
657. Martha, e.g.
658. Otello is one
659. Dido and Aeneas, for one
660. Euridice is one
661. Euridice was the first complete one
662. Rienzi or "Jenufa"
663. La Scala production
664. Billy Budd or "Peter Grimes"
665. Werther, for one
666. Lakmأ©, e.g.
667. Norma or "Martha"
668. Porgy and Bess, e.g.
669. Carmen or "Faust"
670. Faust, for one
671. Manon, e.g.
672. Peter Grimes, for one
673. La Gioconda, e.g.
674. Pique Dame, e.g.
675. Siegfried, e.g.
676. Simon Boccanegra, e.g.
677. Yolanta, e.g.
678. Carmen or "Aida"
679. Output of 42 Down
680. Orfeo, e.g.
681. Pagliacci, for one
682. Tosca or "Thais," e.g.
683. Those who work
684. Wagner oeuvres
685. Ready to be turned on
686. Make go
687. Locale for binoculars
688. Some Mozart art
689. Like "Aida"
690. Latin word in police dramas
691. Wozzeck and "Jenufa"
692. Works by 26-Down
693. Soap ___ (daytime TV show)
694. Met fans
695. Grand music
696. Falstaff, e.g.
697. Boris Godunov, for one
698. Lulu or "Norma"
699. Mozart work
700. Falstaff
701. Falstaff, for one
702. Met offering
703. Verdi specialty
704. Met show
705. Horse ___
706. La Scala fare
707. Soap __
708. Aida or "Tosca"
709. Bolshoi offering
710. Carmen, for one
711. La Bohأ¨me, e.g.
712. Wagner work
713. Don Giovanni, for one
714. Horse or soap follower
715. Puccini's "Tosca," for one
716. Show at La Scala
717. The Who's "Tommy," for instance
718. Deidamia was Handel's last
719. Hأ¤nsel und Gretel, for one
720. The Bartered Bride, e.g.
721. Tommy or "Tosca"
722. Horse ___ (western)
723. Kind of glasses or hat
724. The Who's "Tommy," for one
725. Impresario's production, perhaps
726. La Scala staging
727. What Met tickets might be for
728. Il Trovatore, for one
729. Lulu, "Louise," "Norma," or "Carmen"
730. Nixon in 53-Down, for one
731. Peter Grimes or "Porgy and Bess"
732. La Scala offering
733. Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro," for one
734. Verdi production
735. Billy Budd or "Paul Bunyan"
736. Certain singer's site
737. Verdi's "Aida," for one
738. Word after soap or space
739. Word before hat or glasses
740. Diva's place
741. Impresario's show, perhaps
742. Price milieu
743. Word after space or soap
744. Genoveva was the only one written by Robert Schumann
745. La Scala feature
746. Horse follower
747. The Barber of Seville, e.g.
748. Works
749. Musical works
750. ? cake, layered French dessert also called Clichy cake (5)
751. Verdi work
752. Theater offering
753. Comic ___
754. What the fat lady sings?
755. See 21-Across
756. "La Boh
757. 14-Across, e.g.
758. Collected works
759. Bizet work
760. Lincoln Center offering
761. Place to find a C-note?
762. See 29-Down
763. Paris M
764. Numbered works
765. Work with choruses
766. Glass work
767. "Tosca" or "Tha
768. Wagner composition
769. Musical work that's often not in English
770. Price production
771. Word with grand or soap
772. Teatro La Fenice offering
773. Lincoln Center production
774. Setting for a Marx Brothers farce
775. Work on a grand scale
776. Works in the music business
777. Record store section
778. 16-Down, for one
779. Aria area
780. Drama with singers
781. Musical work is on time
782. Hope rapper includes musical drama
783. Goal of most audition aspirants
784. Works: Latin
785. Grand ___
786. Margaret Truman's objective
787. Saturday's radio treat
788. Eleanor Belmont's avocation
789. Met
790. One of the "Ring" cycle
791. Don Carlos on Nov 6
792. Stage work
793. Piazza's vocation
794. Le Coq d'Or
795. Alcestis, for example
796. Cosi Fan Tutte, for instance
797. Fidelio, for instance
798. Saturday afternoon treat
799. Die Fledermaus, for instance
800. Milton Cross' specialty
801. Deems Taylor's ___ quiz
802. Bing's forte
803. Hansel and Gretel, for instance
804. Sometimes grand, sometimes bouffe
805. Anna Netrebko's music
806. "... Mahagonny" is one
807. "A Night at the ___"
808. "A Night at the ___" (1975 Queen album)
809. "A Night at the ___" (Marx Brothers film)
810. "A Night at the ___" (Queen album)
811. "Ada" for one
812. "Aida"
813. "Aida" or "Carmen " e.g.
814. "Aida" or "Norma"
815. "Aida" or "Tosca"
816. "Aida" or "Tosca " e.g.
817. "Aida" before Elton
818. "Aida " "Rigoletto" or "La Boheme " e.g.
819. "Aida " e.g.
820. "Aida " for example
821. "Aida " for one
822. "Amahl and the Night Visitors " e.g.
823. "Amahl and the Night Visitors " for one
824. "Anna Nicole " for one
825. "Attila " e.g.
826. "Billy Budd" for one
827. "Billy Budd" or "Paul Bunyan"
828. "Billy Budd " e.g.
829. "Bluebeard's Castle " e.g.
830. "Boris Godunov " for one
831. "Carmen"
832. "Carmen" for one
833. "Carmen" or "Cosi Fan Tutte"
834. "Carmen" or "Elektra"
835. "Carmen" or "Porgy and Bess"
836. "Carmen" or "Rigoletto"
837. "Carmen" or "Salome"
838. "Carmen" or "Tommy"
839. "Carmen" or "Tosca"
840. "Carmen" e.g.
841. "Carmen " e.g.
842. "Carmen " for one
843. "Cavalleria Rusticana " for one
844. "Cavalleria rusticana" e.g.
845. "Cosi Fan Tutte" is one
846. "Deidamia" was Handel's last
847. "Der Rosenkavalier " for one
848. "Dido and Aeneas " for an early English example
849. "Dido and Aeneas " for one
850. "Die Fledermaus " e.g.
851. "Die Fledermaus " for one
852. "Die Walkure " e.g.
853. "Doctor Atomic " composed by John Adams is a contemporary one
854. "Don Carlos " "Don Giovanni" or "Don Pasquale"
855. "Don Giovanni" is one
856. "Don Giovanni" or "Don Pasquale"
857. "Don Giovanni" e.g.
858. "Don Giovanni" for one
859. "Don Giovanni " e.g.
860. "Don Giovanni " for example
861. "Don Giovanni " for one
862. "Einstein on the Beach " e.g.
863. "Einstein on the Beach " for one
864. "Elektra" or "Ernani"
865. "Ernani" or "Orfeo"
866. "Ernani " e.g.
867. "Ernani " for one
868. "Falstaff"
869. "Falstaff" or "Otello"
870. "Falstaff" for example
871. "Falstaff " e.g.
872. "Falstaff " for example
873. "Falstaff " for one
874. "Faust" or "Falstaff"
875. "Faust " e.g.
876. "Faust " for one
877. "Fidelio"
878. "Fidelio" for one
879. "Fidelio" or "Rigoletto"
880. "Fidelio" or "Tosca"
881. "Fidelio" was Beethoven's only one
882. "Fidelio " e.g.
883. "Fidelio " for example.
884. "Fidelio " for one
885. "Fidelio."
886. "Genoveva" was the only one written by Robert Schumann
887. "Girl of the Golden West."
888. "Grand" music
889. "Grand" musical production
890. "Grand" or "comic" performance
891. "Grand" production
892. "Grand" work
893. "Hansel und Gretel " e.g.
894. "Hansel und Gretel " for one
895. "How wonderful ___ would be if there were no singers": Rossini
896. "I like every kind of music except rap country and ___"
897. "Idomeneo " e.g.
898. "Il Trovatore" or "The Rake's Progress"
899. "Il Trovatore " e.g.
900. "Il Trovatore " for one
901. "Jenufa" is one
902. "L'Africaine " e.g.
903. "L'Elisir d'Amore" is one
904. "L'Orfeo" or "Otello"
905. "La Boheme" or "The Girl of the Golden West"
906. "La Boheme" for one
907. "La Boheme " "Rigoletto" or "Otello"
908. "La Boheme " e.g.
909. "La Boheme " for example
910. "La Boheme " for one
911. "La Gioconda " e.g.
912. "La Mer" or "Le Cid"
913. "La Rondine" is one
914. "La Traviata " e.g.
915. "La Traviata " for one
916. "La Traviata " notably
917. "La clemenza di Tito " e.g.
918. "La traviata" or "Il trovatore"
919. "Lakme" or "Lohengrin"
920. "Lakme" or "Lulu"
921. "Lakme " e.g.
922. "Le Coq d'Or " e.g.
923. "Le Nozze di Figaro"
924. "Les Troyens " e.g.
925. "Lohengrin" or "Carmen"
926. "Lohengrin" or "Tannhauser"
927. "Lohengrin" e.g.
928. "Lohengrin " e.g.
929. "Lohengrin " for one
930. "Louise " for one
931. "Lucrezia Borgia " for one
932. "Luisa Miller " e.g.
933. "Lulu" or "Norma"
934. "Lulu " "Louise " "Norma " or "Carmen"
935. "Lulu " e.g.
936. "Lulu " for one
937. "Macbeth" or "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District"
938. "Macbeth" or "Otello"
939. "Madama Butterfly " e.g.
940. "Madama Butterfly " for one
941. "Manon" or "Mignon"
942. "Manon " e.g.
943. "Manon " for one
944. "Martha" or "Mignon."
945. "Martha " e.g.
946. "Mefistofele " e.g.
947. "Nabucco " for one
948. "Nixon in China " for one
949. "Nixon in China "is one
950. "Nixon in China" e.g.
951. "Nixon in China" for one
952. "Nixon in China " e.g.
953. "Nixon in China " for example
954. "No good ___ plot can be sensible": W.H. Auden
955. "No good ___ plot can be sensible...": W. H. Auden
956. "Norma" for one
957. "Norma" or "Aida"
958. "Norma" or "Fidelio"
959. "Norma" or "Louise"
960. "Norma" or "Tosca"
961. "Norma" for one
962. "Norma " e.g.
963. "Norma " for one
964. "Of Mice and Men" became one in 1970
965. "Of all the noises known to man ___ is the most expensive": Moliere
966. "Orfeo ed Euridice " e.g.
967. "Orfeo " e.g.
968. "Orfeo " notably
969. "Otello" or "Don Giovanni"
970. "Otello" or "Rigoletto"
971. "Otello" for example
972. "Otello" for one
973. "Otello " e.g.
974. "Otello " for one
975. "Pagliacci" e.g.
976. "Pagliacci " e.g.
977. "Pagliacci " for one
978. "Palais Garnier" event
979. "Parsifal " e.g.
980. "Paul Bunyan" or "Billy Budd"
981. "Peter Grimes" or "Porgy and Bess"
982. "Peter Grimes " e.g.
983. "Peter Grimes " for one
984. "Phantom of the ___"
985. "Pique Dame " e.g.
986. "Porgy and Bess" or "Tommy"
987. "Porgy and Bess" e.g.
988. "Porgy and Bess" for one
989. "Porgy and Bess " e.g.
990. "Porgy and Bess " for one
991. "Quadrophenia": The Who's other rock ___
992. "Rigoletto" or "Carmen"
993. "Rigoletto" or "Pagliacci"
994. "Rigoletto" for one
995. "Rigoletto " e.g.
996. "Rigoletto " for one
997. "Romeo and Juliet."
998. "Salome" or "Elektra"
999. "Salome " e.g.
1000. "Satyagraha " for one
1001. "Schwanda the Bagpiper " e.g.
1002. "Siegfried " e.g.
1003. "Siegfried " for example.
1004. "Siegfried " for one.
1005. "Simon Boccanegra " e.g.
1006. "Stiffelio" is one
1007. "Tannhauser " for one
1008. "Thais " e.g.
1009. "The Barber of Seville" for one
1010. "The Barber of Seville " e.g.
1011. "The Bartered Bride " e.g.
1012. "The Bartered Bride."
1013. "The Bat" or "The Cloak"
1014. "The Cloak" or "The Bat " e.g.
1015. "The Death of Klinghoffer " e.g.
1016. "The Enchanted Island" genre
1017. "The Girl of the Golden West " for one
1018. "The Magic Flute" is one
1019. "The Magic Flute" e.g.
1020. "The Magic Flute" for one
1021. "The Magic Flute " e.g.
1022. "The Magic Flute " for example
1023. "The Magic Flute " for one
1024. "The Makropulos Affair " for one
1025. "The Marriage of Figaro " e.g.
1026. "The Marriage of Figaro " for one
1027. "The Medium" or "The Bat"
1028. "The Phantom of the ___"
1029. "The Phantom of the ___" (longest-running Broadway musical of all time)
1030. "The Pirates of Penzance " notably
1031. "The Snow Maiden" for one
1032. "The Tempest" or "Otello"
1033. "The Three Penny ___"
1034. "The Threepenny ___"
1035. "The Threepenny ___" (work in which Polly Peachum appears)
1036. "Tommy" is a rock one
1037. "Tommy" or "Lohengrin"
1038. "Tommy" or "Tosca"
1039. "Tommy" or "Tosca " e.g.
1040. "Tommy" was a rock one
1041. "Tommy " e.g.
1042. "Tommy " for one
1043. "Tosca" or "Aida"
1044. "Tosca" or "Carmen"
1045. "Tosca" or "Pagliacci"
1046. "Tosca" or "Thais " e.g.
1047. "Tosca " "Aida" or "Carmen"
1048. "Tosca " e.g.
1049. "Tosca " for one
1050. "Turandot"
1051. "Turandot" or "Tosca"
1052. "Turandot " e.g.
1053. "Turandot " for instance.
1054. "Turandot " for one
1055. "Werther " for one
1056. "What's ___ Doc?" (cartoon with the line "Kill the wabbit...")
1057. "What's ___ Doc?" (classic Bugs Bunny short)
1058. "What's ___ Doc?" (famed Bugs Bunny cartoon)
1059. "What's ___ Doc?": Classic "Looney Tunes" short
1060. "William Tell" or "Falstaff"
1061. "William Tell" or "Robin Hood"
1062. "William Tell " e.g.
1063. "William Tell " for one
1064. "Wozzeck" was one
1065. "Wozzeck " e.g.
1066. "Wozzeck " for instance.
1067. "Wozzeck " for one
1068. "Wozzeck " for one.
1069. "Yolanta " e.g.
1070. "Zaza"or "Lulu"
1071. "___ in English is in the main just about as sensible as baseball in Italian": H. L. Mencken
1072. "___ in English is in the main just about as sensible as baseball in Italian": H.L. Mencken
1073. "___ is where a guy gets stabbed in the back and instead of screaming he sings": Robert Benchley
1074. 'Aida' is one
1075. 'Aida ' e.g.
1076. 'Alceste ' e.g.
1077. 'Anna Nicole ' for one
1078. 'Carmen' or 'Norma'
1079. 'Carmen ' e.g.
1080. 'Carmen ' for one
1081. 'Cavalleria rusticana ' for one
1082. 'Ernani' e.g.
1083. 'Ernani ' e.g.
1084. 'Fidelio ' e.g.
1085. 'La Gioconda ' for one
1086. 'Louise' or 'Norma'
1087. 'Lucrezia Borgia ' for one
1088. 'Lulu ' 'Louise ' 'Norma ' or 'Carmen'
1089. 'Nixon in China' or 'Einstein on the Beach'
1090. 'Norma ' for one.
1091. 'Orfeo ' e.g.
1092. 'Otello ' e.g.
1093. 'Rigoletto ' for one
1094. 'The Barber of Seville ' e.g.
1095. 'The Magic Flute ' for one
1096. 'Tommy' or 'Tannhauser'
1097. 'Tommy' or 'Tosca'
1098. 'Tosca ' for one
1099. 'Turandot ' for one
1100. '___ has no business making money': Rudolf Bing
1101. *In working order
1102. *Works
1103. -
1104. ... and his field
1105. <I>Fidelio<I> for one
1106. <I>Marriage of Figaro<I> e.g.
1107. Activity for some season ticket holders___ ___
1108. Adams' "Nixon in China " for one
1109. Adams's "Nixon in China " e.g.
1110. Adams's "Nixon in China " for one
1111. Aesthetic treat.
1112. Aida for one
1113. Aida or Lakme
1114. Alban Berg's "Wozzeck " e.g.
1115. All singing! No talking!
1116. An aria is part of it
1117. Art form that's Latin for "works"
1118. Art form with singing
1119. Australian band Boom Crash ___
1120. Bang On a Can's "The Carbon Copy Building " for example
1121. Barber work
1122. Barber's "Vanessa " for one
1123. Barber's offering
1124. Battle field?
1125. Bayreuth offering
1126. Bayreuth production
1127. Beethoven composed just one
1128. Beethoven made one
1129. Beethoven wrote one
1130. Beethoven's "Fidelio" is one
1131. Beethoven's "Fidelio " for one
1132. Beethoven's "Fidelio."
1133. Beethoven's 'Fidelio' e.g.
1134. Beethoven's Fidelio e.g.
1135. Beggar's for one
1136. Bellini's "Norma " e.g.
1137. Berlioz's "Les Troyens " e.g.
1138. Bing thing
1139. Bing's specialty.
1140. Bizet work.
1141. Bizet work?
1142. Bizet's "Carmen" is one
1143. Bizet's "Carmen " e.g.
1144. Bizet's "The Pearl Fishers " for one
1145. Bloch's "Macbeth " e.g.
1146. Boito's "Mefistofele " e.g.
1147. Bolshoi Theatre offering
1148. Bouffe or comique start
1149. Britten's "Billy Budd " e.g.
1150. Britten's "Billy Budd " for one
1151. Buffo's place
1152. Butterfly locale?
1153. Canadian National ___ (producers of "Tosca" and "Norma" e.g.)
1154. Cantatrice's genre
1155. Certain company's concern
1156. Chrome alternative
1157. Classic production
1158. Classical music genre with arias
1159. Comic work perhaps
1160. Conductor's charge
1161. Continental Mark IV C-pillar porthole ___ window (5)
1162. Copland's "The Tender Land " e.g.
1163. Covent Garden fare
1164. Covent Garden offering.
1165. Covent Garden presentation
1166. Covent Garden production
1167. Covent Garden staging
1168. Cultural institution in Paris.
1169. Culture calendar listing
1170. Diva's dramatic gig
1171. Diva's gig
1172. Diva's performance
1173. Diva's production
1174. Diva's vehicle
1175. Domingo domain
1176. Domingo's field
1177. Donizetti offering
1178. Donizetti work e.g.
1179. Drama set to music
1180. Drama with lots and lots of singing
1181. Drama with sopranos
1182. Dramatic musical work
1183. Dramatic stage production
1184. Dramatic work maybe
1185. Dvorak's "Rusalka " e.g.
1186. Dvorak's "Rusalka " for one
1187. Dvorak's "Russia " e.g.
1188. Elaborate musical
1189. Erik haunted one
1190. Event at L.A.'s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
1191. Event to watch with binoculars
1192. Falstaff e.g.
1193. Falstaff or Faust
1194. Falstaff e.g.
1195. Falstaff for one
1196. Fancy musical
1197. Fat lady's milieu
1198. Field for Puccini and Verdi
1199. Firefox alternative
1200. Firefox rival
1201. Flagstad's field
1202. Fleming field
1203. Focus of some buffs
1204. Form of entertainment.
1205. Genre for Kathleen Battle
1206. Genre for Puccini and Ponchielli
1207. Genre that includes "Nixon in China" and "Doctor Atomic"
1208. Geoffrey Toye's "The Red Pen " which premiered on radio in 1925 e.g.
1209. Gershwin's "Blue Monday " for one
1210. Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess " e.g.
1211. Giacomo Meyerbeer composition
1212. Gig for a tenor
1213. Gig for sopranos
1214. Glass creation e.g.
1215. Glass work?
1216. Gluck composition e.g.
1217. Gluck's forte.
1218. Grammy Award category
1219. Grammy category
1220. Grand ___.
1221. Grand art form
1222. Handel's "Deidamia " for one
1223. Handel's "Lotario " e.g.
1224. Handel's "Orlando " for one
1225. Hat or house
1226. Haunt of a certain phantom
1227. High-culture work
1228. Highbrow entertainment
1229. Highbrow musical entertainment
1230. Highbrow musical form
1231. Highfalutin' art form
1232. Horse
1233. Horse ___ ("Gunsmoke " e.g.)
1234. Horse ___ (film genre)
1235. Horse ___: oater
1236. Horse or soap
1237. Horse or soap for example
1238. House music?
1239. House type
1240. House where some wear glasses
1241. House work?
1242. Impresario's production perhaps
1243. Impresario's show perhaps
1244. It ain't over until the fat lady sings
1245. It can be grand
1246. It could be grand or rock
1247. It literally means "works"
1248. It may be watched with binoculars
1249. It might not be over until the fat lady sings
1250. It often follows an overture
1251. It's got a libretto
1252. It's not over until the fat lady sings they say
1253. It's usually in Italian
1254. Jacopo Peri's "Dafne" was the first (c. 1597)
1255. Janacek creation
1256. Janacek work
1257. John Adams production
1258. John Adams' "Doctor Atomic " e.g.
1259. Jorge Martin's "Before Night Falls " e.g.
1260. Kaija Saariaho composition
1261. Kaija Saariaho work
1262. Kathleen Battle's field
1263. Kennedy Center show sometimes
1264. Kind of hat
1265. Kind of house
1266. La Boheme e.g.
1267. La Scala performance
1268. La Scala production.
1269. La Scala show
1270. Latin for "works"
1271. Leoncavallo forte
1272. Light ___
1273. Light or horse follower
1274. Like larkspur
1275. Lincoln Center presentation
1276. Lincoln Center treat.
1277. Lincoln Center unit.
1278. Literally "works"
1279. Literally "works"...
1280. Lohengrin e.g.
1281. Lorgnette event
1282. Louise or Norma
1283. Luciano's love
1284. Lulu or Louise
1285. Lulu or Zaza
1286. Macbeth e.g.
1287. Mariinsky Theatre production
1288. Mark-Anthony Turnage's "Anna Nicole" e.g. (and yes that refers to Anna Nicole Smith)
1289. Martha or Norma
1290. Marx Brothers setting
1291. Marxes spent a night there
1292. Mascagni masterpiece
1293. Massenet work
1294. Massenet's "Werther " e.g.
1295. Menotti's "The Consul " e.g.
1296. Met field
1297. Met happening
1298. Met musical
1299. Met performance
1300. Met piece
1301. Met score
1302. Met showing
1303. Met staging
1304. Met staple
1305. Met tragedy maybe?
1306. Met tragedy perhaps?
1307. Met tragedy say
1308. Met work
1309. Metropolitan ___ (part of Lincoln Center)
1310. Metropolitan drama.
1311. Metropolitan musical?
1312. Meyerbeer masterpiece
1313. Mignon e.g.
1314. Milan's special feature.
1315. Milnes milieu
1316. Milnes's milieu
1317. Monteverdi's "The Coronation of Poppea " e.g.
1318. Mozart music maybe
1319. Mozart specialty
1320. Mozart work often
1321. Mozart's "Apollo and Hyacinth " e.g.
1322. Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte " for example
1323. Mozart's "Don Giovanni " e.g.
1324. Mozart's "Idomeneo " e.g.
1325. Mozart's "The Magic Flute" is one
1326. Mozart's "The Magic Flute " for instance
1327. Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro " for one
1328. Music with singing sopranos
1329. Musical cousin
1330. Musical extravaganza
1331. Musical genre with its own glasses
1332. Musical melodrama often
1333. Musical offering
1334. Musical performance
1335. Musical production
1336. Musical show.
1337. Musical with its own glasses?
1338. Musical work
1339. Musical work for sopranos
1340. Musical work with arias
1341. Musical work with sopranos
1342. Nightly streaming offering from the Met
1343. Nonproduction at 1969 Met.
1344. Norma for one
1345. Oft-dreaded "Jeopardy!" category
1346. One of 22 for Mozart
1347. One of seven by Prokofiev
1348. Only the best rockers could also sing this
1349. Oval ___ windows '72 Continental Mark IV (5)
1350. P.D.Q. Bach's "The Stoned Guest " e.g.
1351. Palais Garnier show
1352. Paris landmark (with "L"')
1353. Paris landmark with "L'"
1354. Passion of a noted phantom
1355. Pavarotti performance
1356. Pavarotti's passion
1357. Per H.L. Mencken it "in English is... about as sensible as baseball in Italian"
1358. Performance often viewed through special glasses
1359. Performance with arias
1360. Performance with recitative
1361. Performance with sopranos
1362. Performing art.
1363. Peter Eotvos's "Angels in America" or "Three Sisters"
1364. Peter Eotvos's "Angels in America " for one
1365. Phantom location
1366. Phantom place?
1367. Phantom's art form in a musical's title
1368. Phantom's genre
1369. Phantom's haunt on Broadway
1370. Phantom's haunt?
1371. Phantom's milieu
1372. Phantom's place
1373. Phantom's place in a musical title
1374. Philip Glass' "Einstein on the Beach " e.g.
1375. Philip Glass's "Waiting for the Barbarians " e.g.
1376. Philip Glass's 'Einstein on the Beach ' e.g.
1377. Piece of glass
1378. Pizza For One manufacturer
1379. Place to take your glasses
1380. Place with bassos
1381. Play with music (5)
1382. Play with music?
1383. Play with numbers?
1384. Ponchielli's "La Gioconda " e.g.
1385. Popular form of entertainment.
1386. Popular radio broadcast.
1387. Popular radio music.
1388. Popular radio offering.
1389. Popular radio program.
1390. Previn's "A Streetcar Named Desire" e.g.
1391. Price offering
1392. Prima donna's performance
1393. Puccini creation
1394. Puccini masterpiece
1395. Puccini piece
1396. Puccini work
1397. Puccini's "La Rondine" or "Turandot"
1398. Puccini's "Tosca " for one
1399. Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas " e.g.
1400. Queen had a "Night" at one.
1401. Queen's "A Night at the ___"
1402. Queen: "A Night at the ___"
1403. Radio feature.
1404. Radio specialty.
1405. Ralph Vaughan Williams's "The Pilgrim's Progress " e.g.
1406. Really big show
1407. Reason to buy Met tickets
1408. Reason to buy Met tickets perhaps
1409. Renee Fleming's field
1410. Rimsky-Korsakov's "Christmas Eve " e.g.
1411. Rock ___
1412. Rock ___ ("Tommy " for example)
1413. Rossini creation
1414. Rossini work
1415. Rossini's "Guillaume Tell " for example
1416. Rossini's forte.
1417. Safari rival
1418. Salieri's "Tarare " e.g.
1419. Salome e.g.
1420. Salzburg specialty.
1421. Saturday radio treat.
1422. Scarlatti work
1423. Scott Joplin's "Treemonisha " e.g.
1424. Setting for a famed Marx Brothers film or Bugs Bunny short
1425. Setting for an aria
1426. Setting for yelling "Bravo!" and "Brava!"
1427. Show with a spear-carrier
1428. Show with its own glasses
1429. Show with much singing
1430. Show with singing
1431. Show with sopranos
1432. Show with tunes
1433. Singing phantom's haunt
1434. Singing production
1435. Singspiel e.g.
1436. Smetana's "The Bartered Bride " e.g.
1437. Soap --
1438. Soap ___ (daytime drama)
1439. Soap production
1440. Some people make a big production out of it
1441. Something associated with mezzos and intermezzos
1442. Something to get in a box for
1443. Something to see at the Met
1444. Sometimes it's grand
1445. Soprano gig
1446. Soprano's job opportunity
1447. Soprano's performance
1448. Space ___
1449. Space ___ (sci-fi genre)
1450. Spear-carrier's genre sometimes
1451. Spear-carrier's performance
1452. Spotify category
1453. Stage fare
1454. Stage offering
1455. Stage performance
1456. Staged event?
1457. Strauss's "Die Fledermaus " for one
1458. Subject of Wayne Koestenbaum's "The Queen's Throat"
1459. Sung drama
1460. Sung spectacle
1461. Surgeries
1462. Sydney ___ House (Australian attraction on the water)
1463. Sydney ___ House (performing arts center with a revolutionary design)
1464. Tchaikovsky's "The Queen of Spades " e.g.
1465. Teatro Colon production
1466. Tenor's gig
1467. The Barber of Seville e.g.
1468. The Dreaded ___ Category ("Jeopardy!" category)
1469. The Kinks "Preservation Act" was a rock one
1470. The Klingon-language work "'u' " e.g.
1471. The Magic Flute e.g.
1472. The Magic Flute for one
1473. The Marx Brothers spent a night at one
1474. The Met performance
1475. The Who's "Tommy " e.g.
1476. The Who's "Tommy " for instance
1477. The Who's "Tommy " for one
1478. The fat lady's milieu
1479. The works to Cato
1480. Theater designed to see the same
1481. Theater production
1482. Theatrical work
1483. Theme of this puzzle
1484. Thing to see at La Scala
1485. Thomas Ades work
1486. Tippett's "King Priam " for one
1487. Tough "Jeopardy!" category
1488. Turandot e.g.
1489. Turandot for one
1490. Type of entertainment.
1491. Type of glasses
1492. Type of glasses on a stick
1493. Type of glasses or hats
1494. Type of hat
1495. Type of hat or glasses
1496. Type of hat.
1497. Type of ticket
1498. Unlikely source of a Top 40 song
1499. Vehicle for a diva
1500. Venue for Leroux's phantom
1501. Venue for Moffo or a buffo
1502. Verdi creation
1503. Verdi music
1504. Verdi musical genre
1505. Verdi opus
1506. Verdi's "Aida " for one
1507. Verdi's "Otello " e.g.
1508. Verdi's thing
1509. Vienna draw
1510. Vocal house
1511. Vocal performance
1512. Wagner's "Die Walkure " e.g.
1513. Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde " e.g.
1514. Wagner's forte.
1515. Web browser named after a musical genre
1516. Web browser with a musical name
1517. What Broadway's "Aida" was not
1518. What some see with Met tickets
1519. What the fat lady sings
1520. Where some divas get a hearing?
1521. Where some metal singers could hang
1522. Where the Marx Bros. spent the night
1523. Where the Marx Brothers famously spent a night
1524. Where the Marx Brothers spent the night
1525. Where the high C's are often traversed
1526. Where to catch Met highlights?
1527. Where to hear "Bravo!" and "Brava!"
1528. Where to watch with binoculars
1529. Where workers may sing for their supper
1530. Where you might catch a large-mouthed bass
1531. William Tell for one
1532. Word after horse or before house
1533. Word after horse or soap
1534. Word after rock or soap
1535. Word before glass or hat
1536. Word with "glasses" or "buff"
1537. Word with "light" or "soap"
1538. Word with "rock" or "German"
1539. Word with "soap" or "grand"
1540. Word with glasses or buff
1541. Word with horse and comic.
1542. Word with light or space
1543. Word with rock or glasses
1544. Word with soap or rock
1545. Word with space or rock
1546. Word with space or soap
1547. Work at La Scala
1548. Work by Verdi or Monteverdi
1549. Work in Italy?
1550. Work in a house
1551. Work in a theater
1552. Work of Bellini or Gounod
1553. Work with a score
1554. Work with arias
1555. Work with numbers
1556. Work with recitatives
1557. Work with subtitles
1558. Works of a sort.
1559. Works but usually plays
1560. Works: Lat.
1561. Wozzeck e.g.
1562. You might see one at the Met
1563. ___ box (private area in a theater)
1564. ___ buffa.
1565. ___ comique.
1566. ___ glasses (visual aid on a stick)
1567. ___ house
1568. ___ pumps
1569. ``Norma " for one
1570. e.g.
1571. The Rake's Progress, for instance
1572. ___ hat
1573. The Beggar's ___
1574. Fidelio
1575. Grand, light or comic
1576. William Tell, e.g.
1577. 6-Across, e.g.
1578. Billy Budd, e.g.
1579. Tommy, e.g.
1580. Of all the noises known to man, ___ is the most expensive: Moliأ¨re
1581. Space or light follower
1582. 20-Across, for one
1583. 32-Across, e.g.
1584. Die Walkأ¼re, e.g.
1585. Fidelio for one
1586. Norma for one
1587. Die Walkure, e.g.
1588. Faust or "Don Giovanni"
1589. Handel's "Deidamia," for one
1590. Don Giovanni, for example
1591. Spear-carrier's genre, sometimes
1592. Musical melodrama, often
1593. La Boheme, e.g.
1594. The Tempest or "Otello"
1595. Aïda or "Carmen"
1596. See 35-Across
1597. Don Giovanni is one
1598. Beethoven's "Fidelio," for one
1599. Satyagraha, for one
1600. Place for 16-Across
1601. Rigoletto, for one
1602. Drama with 30-Down
1603. Lulu or Louise
1604. Lulu or Zaza
1605. Aida or Lakme
1606. Capable of performing
1607. Turandot for one
1608. La Scala shows
1609. Falstaff e.g.
1610. Carmen and Rigoletto
1611. Turandot e.g.
1612. Bellini creations
1613. Lohengrin e.g.
1614. Mignon e.g.
1615. The Barber of Seville e.g.
1616. The Magic Flute e.g.
1617. Pull the strings
1618. <I>Fidelio<I>, for one
1619. <I>Marriage of Figaro<I>, e.g.
1620. Modus ___
1621. Sweethearts, say
1622. Tosca and "Turandot", e.g.
1623. Dvorak's "Rusalka," e.g.
1624. Janأ،cek work
1625. Face lift, for example
1626. Reason to buy Met tickets, perhaps
1627. In working condition
1628. The Pirates of Penzance, notably
1629. Modus follower
1630. Battle
1631. Silk toppers
1632. Met expectations?
1633. In working order
1634. What's acted on in math
1635. Word with "light" or "horse"
1636. Agents
1637. Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte," for example
1638. Gluck composition, e.g.
1639. Many meet at the Met
1640. Many a Wagner composition
1641. Word following "horse" or "soap"
1642. Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 51-Across and 11- and 25-Down
1643. In running condition
1644. Carmen or "Elektra"
1645. Falstaff or "Fidelio"
1646. Tosca or "Aida"
1647. The Who's "Tommy," e.g.
1648. 22 Mozart works
1649. Play things
1650. ___ citato
1651. Gluck works
1652. Do surgery
1653. 1960s TV boy
1654. Andy's TV son
1655. Met somebody?
1656. Puccini productions
1657. Run
1658. Figaro, e.g.
1659. Songs for divas
1660. Lincoln Center offerings
1661. Manage
1662. Urn
1663. Collapsible chapeau
1664. In effect
1665. Carmen and "Elektra"
1666. Like some illusions
1667. Part 2 of remark
1668. End of remark
1669. Alphabet sequence
1670. Select, with 'for'
1671. Mayberry moppet
1672. Soporific substance
1673. Think aloud
1674. Makes a choice
1675. Point of view
1676. Against
1677. Antithesis: Abbr.
1678. =-- book Club
1679. Do a senator's speaking job
1680. Setting for "The Plague"
1681. ___ nerve
1682. Harrowing experience
1683. Tram load
1684. Mouthward
1685. Major works
1686. Mouths
1687. See 40 Across
1688. '60s TV boy
1689. Early Ron Howard role
1690. Mayberry resident
1691. Mayberry tyke
1692. Sheriff Taylor's boy
1693. Express one's views
1694. Fedora
1695. Louise, for one
1696. It's sometimes grand
1697. La Scala productions
1698. Effective
1699. It may have subtitles nowadays
1700. Palais Garnier, for one
1701. Carmen and "Norma"
1702. Met productions
1703. William Tell or "Falstaff"
1704. 33 Down, for instance
1705. Literally, "works"
1706. Macbeth or "Otello"
1707. The Barber of Seville, for one
1708. Horse __
1709. 59 Across fan, quite possibly
1710. Numbers added, e.g.
1711. Spheres
1712. La Gioconda, for one
1713. Glasses are used here
1714. Philip Glass's "Einstein on the Beach," e.g.
1715. Made the cut?
1716. Lorgnette user's spot
1717. Sydney has a famous one
1718. Cutaway accompaniment
1719. Norma and "Carmen," e.g.
1720. What's ___, Doc? (famed Bugs Bunny cartoon)
1721. The 2s in 2 + 2 = 4
1722. Use a laparoscope, maybe
1723. Works.
1724. Laborious.
1725. Run.
1726. Lully's works.
1727. Musical dramas.
1728. Saturday's radio treat.
1729. Military action.
1730. Produce an effect.
1731. What Verdi wrote.
1732. Met.
1733. One of the "Ring" cycle.
1734. Working.
1735. Hansel and Gretel, for instance.
1736. Le Coq d'Or.
1737. Bing's forte.
1738. Deems Taylor's ___ quiz.
1739. Milton Cross' specialty.
1740. Piazza's vocation.
1741. Saturday afternoon treat.
1742. Sometimes grand, sometimes bouffe.
1743. ___ bouffe.
1744. Denizen of the Diamond Horseshoe.
1745. Cosi Fan Tutte, for instance.
1746. Fidelio, for instance.
1747. Peter Grimes is one.
1748. Diamond Horseshoe patrons.
1749. Samson et Delila, for instance.
1750. The Beggar's ___.
1751. The Rake's Progress, for instance.
1752. ___ hat.
1753. Devotee of a certain art.
1754. Grand, light or comic.
1755. Marian Anderson's new medium.
1756. ___ glasses.
1757. ___ house.
1758. Scene of Old Vic performance.
1759. See 43 Down.
1760. The Bing product.
1761. Donizetti's works.
1762. Cesare Siepi's forte.
1763. Composition.
1764. Light ___.
1765. See 17 Across.
1766. Gibus.
1767. Fidelio is one.
1768. La Perichole.
1769. Bing's field.
1770. Musical treat.
1771. Prato's forte.
1772. Stage entertainment.
1773. Headwear.
1774. The Three-Penny ___.
1775. Vanessa, for example.
1776. Barber's field.
1777. Place of entertainment.
1778. Martha or "Mignon."
1779. Wozzeck, for instance.
1780. Manager.
1781. Music lover.
1782. Place de l'___.
1783. See 10 Across.
1784. Lincoln Center building.
1785. Binocular's cousin.
1786. Wozzeck, for one.
1787. Lincoln Center feature.
1788. The Bartered Bride.
1789. Turandot, for instance.
1790. Cultural items.
1791. Musical works.
1792. Gift for a music lover.
1793. Effective people.
1794. Theater.
1795. Conduct.
1796. Stage fare.
1797. __ house
1798. See 17-Across
1799. Comic __
1800. __ glasses
1801. P.D.Q. Bach's "The Stoned Guest," e.g.
1802. 33-Down's field
1803. 77-Across is one
1804. Lohengrin, for one
1805. Monteverdi work
1806. See 1-Down
1807. See 52 Across
1808. 33 Across, e.g.
1809. Lohengrin, e.g.
1810. ADA, for one
1811. Light __
1812. Nixon in China is one
1813. Eg, Turandot
1814. Marian Anderson's new medium
1815. The Bing product
1816. The Saint of Bleecker Street
1817. See 43
1818. Cesare Siepi's forte
1819. Radio feature
1820. See 17
1821. Composition
1822. Norma
1823. Musical treat
1824. Prato's forte
1825. Stage entertainment
1826. Bing's field
1827. Aleko is one
1828. La Perichole
1829. Vanessa, for example
1830. Barber's field
1831. The Three-Penny ___
1832. Parsifal, for instance
1833. Popular radio music
1834. Wozzeck, for instance
1835. Fidelio, for example
1836. Form of entertainment
1837. Martha or "Mignon"
1838. Type of entertainment
1839. Siegfried, for example
1840. Cultural institution in Paris
1841. Salzburg specialty
1842. Beethoven's "Fidelio"
1843. Aesthetic treat
1844. Place de l'___
1845. ___ comique
1846. See
1847. Performing art
1848. Popular radio broadcast
1849. Girl of the Golden West
1850. Musical show
1851. Milan's special feature
1852. Popular radio program
1853. Works of a sort
1854. Romeo and Juliet
1855. The Bartered Bride
1856. Turandot, for instance
1857. Bing's specialty
1858. Radio specialty
1859. Rossini's forte
1860. Works: Lat
1861. Metropolitan drama
1862. Popular radio offering
1863. Lincoln Center treat
1864. Word with horse and comic
1865. Nonproduction at Met
1866. Siegfried, for one
1867. Art form
1868. Drama involving a rope
1869. Carmen, eg
1870. Thaïs, eg
1871. Parsifal, eg
1872. Lakme, eg
1873. Faust, eg
1874. Entertainment form
1875. Price's metier
1876. Thaïs, e.g.
1877. ... Mahagonny is one
1878. “Aida,” for one
1879. 'The Phantom of the ___'
1880. Aria report backed to include Carmen?
1881. Soap ____