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56 examples of  comique  in sentences

56 examples of comique in sentences

There was a great amount of patronage attached to his ministry, nominations to all the universities, lycees, schools, etc., and, what was most agreeable to me, boxes at all the government theatres,the Grand Opera, Opera Comique, Francais, Odeon, and Conservatoire.

There are very few theatres in Paris to which girls can be taken, but the Opera Comique and the Conservatoire are very favourite resorts.

When a marriage is pending the young lady, very well dressed (always in the simplest tenue de jeune fille) is taken to the Conservatoire or the Opera Comique by her father and mother, and very often her grandmother.

Our party was very brilliant, all sorts of notabilities of all kinds, and the leading Paris artists from the Grand Opera, Opera Comique, and the Francais.

Marriages, made at the Conservatoire or the Opera Comique; Favourable criticism of arranged.

Opera Comique, making of marriages at the; artists of the.

On the 1st December he had gone to the Opéra Comique for the first representation of a new piece, and did not return till after midnight.

At the same time that M. Hippolyte Prévost returned to the Legislative Palace, the manager of the National Printing Office re-entered his office, also returning from the Opéra Comique, where he had been to see the new piece, which was by his brother, M. de St. Georges.

The Theatre Français, the Royal Opera, the Opéra Comique, and various halls for balls and festivals were then erected,those fruitful nurseries of future clubs, those poisoned wells of popular education.

It is curious that the churches suffered so little, whilst several theatres were burned, including the Porte St. Martin, Théâtre du Châtelet, Lyrique, Délassements Comiques, etc.

Théâtre des Délassements-Comiques.

Mairie IVth Arrondissement, P.B. 14 45 Magasins-Réunis, D. 9 46 Théâtre des Del. Comiques, B. 9 47 Mairie XIth Arrondissement, P.B. 14 48 Column of July, D. 14 49

verseThe Abbé DelilleThe Opéra Comique.

CHAPTER IV From Paris to BruxellesVisiting the plains of WaterlooThe Duke de Berri at LilleBeauvaisReturn to ParisRemarks on the French theatre TalmaMlle DuchesnoisMlle Georges-French alexandrine verseThe Abbé DelilleThe Opéra Comique.

I now mean to speak not of Operas, nor of Operas-comiques, nor of melodrames, nor of vaudevilles; all these have their respective merits; but when I speak of the French stage, I confine myself to the regular theatre of tragedy and comedy, of their classical pieces; in a word, to the dramatic performances usually given at the Théâtre Français.

" I must not quit the subject of French theatricals without speaking of the Opéra comique at the Théâtre Faydeau.

On the other hand, in the genre of the Opéra comique, the French stage is far superior to the Italian.

And it was thus in the eastern part of Turkestan, four hundred kilometres from the Pamir plateau, at dessert after our excellent dinner served in a saloon of the Grand Transasiatic, that the Obsession was given with remarkable talent by Monsieur Caterna, grand premier comique, engaged at Shanghai theater for the approaching season.

Villedo is the director of the Opéra Comique in Paris, the most artistic opera-house in Europe.

And though he conquered in the Jubilee Hall of the Five Towns, his victory, personal and artistic, at the Opera Comique, before an audience as exacting, haughty, and experienced as any in Europe, was, of course, infinitely more strikinga victory worthy of a Diaz.

On the walls are numberless signed portraits of singers and composers, and antique playbills of the Opéra Comique, together with strange sinister souvenirs of the great fires which have destroyed the house and its patrons in the past.

The chief mourners were the doctor who assisted at the last moments of Mademoiselle Pell, and M. Villedo, director of the Opéra-Comique.

Among the wreaths we may cite those of the Association of Dramatic Artists, of Madame Morenita, of the management of the Opéra-Comique, and of the artists of the Opéra-Comique.

Among the wreaths we may cite those of the Association of Dramatic Artists, of Madame Morenita, of the management of the Opéra-Comique, and of the artists of the Opéra-Comique.

At the age of fifty-four, consumption and the bankruptcy of the Opéra Comique, and the expulsion of the king who had pensioned him, broke down his health.

Had I a knowledge equal to my will, With airy Chansons I your leaves would fill; With Fabliaux, that should emulate the vein Of sprightly Cresset, or of La Fontaine; Or Scenes Comiques, that should approach the air Of your own favouriterenowned Moliere.

MOLIÈRE (JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN, DIT), auteur comique français, acteur, directeur de troupe, père de la comédie française (1622-1673).

Si jamais un auteur comique voulait amuser le public de mes ridicules, je ne lui demanderais qu'une chose; c'est de me prendre pour collaborateur; je lui conterais des choses vingt fois plus amusantes que celles qu'il pourrait inventer.

R60798, 6Apr50, Louis Legru (Wr) MONSIEUR L'AMOUR, opéra comique en 3 actes de René Peter

LA RIBAUDE, opére comique en 3 actes.

Stephen W. Meader (A); 2Sep70; R490425. MEANS, EDNA. Characterizations comique.

Characterizations comique.

R60798, 6Apr50, Louis Legru (Wr) MONSIEUR L'AMOUR, opéra comique en 3 actes de René Peter

LA RIBAUDE, opére comique en 3 actes.

Stephen W. Meader (A); 2Sep70; R490425. MEANS, EDNA. Characterizations comique.

Characterizations comique.

"Opera Comique," he said, "Thursday; Friday, the Surrey; Saturday, the Frivolity.

The Italian comedy, now united with their opera comique, is their most perfect diversion; but alas!

At the Opera Comique, where he was engaged, he did not succeed.

When the singer offered his services at the Opera Comique-then Salle Vantadourhe was told that his voice was hollow, that it had no carrying power.

He was warmly received by the press, and had already won a name at the Opéra Comique and at concerts.

One of the most remarkable accompanists in Paris, an attaché of the Opéra Comique, M. Bazile, was once so overcome by emotion in accompanying Delsarte that for some seconds the piano failed to do its duty.

The autumn of 1829 found him a shabby, almost ragged applicant for employment at the stage-door of the Opéra Comique.

BERGERAC, SAVINIEN CYRANO DE, an eccentric man with comic power, a Gascon by birth; wrote a tragedy and a comedy; his best work a fiction entitled "Histoire Comique des États et Empires de la Lune et du Soleil"; fought no end of duels in vindication, it is said, of his preposterously large nose (1619-1655).

FAVART, CHARLES SIMON, French dramatist, born at Paris, where he became director of the Opéra Comique; was celebrated as a vivacious playwright and composer of operas; during a temporary absence from Paris he established his Comedy Company in the camp of Marshal Saxe during the Flanders campaign; his memoirs and correspondence give a bright picture of theatrical life in Paris during the 18th century (1710-1792).

"You will take me one night to the Italiens, or the Opéra Comique, will you not, Monsieur Basil?" pursued she, determined not to lose her opportunity.

"You would enjoy the Opéra Comique far more than the Italiens," said I, remembering that Madame de Marignan had a box at the Italiens, and rapidly weighing the chances for and against the possibility of recognition.

" "Then it shall be the Opera Comique," said I, with a sigh.

I was busy writing at the study table, and glancing anxiously from time to time at the skeleton clock upon the chimney-piece; for it was getting on fast towards five, and at half-past six I was to take Josephine to the Opéra Comique.

You took Mam'selle Josephine to the Opera Comique.

These were the remains of his breakfast; for it was yet early in the morning of the day following my great misadventure at the Opéra Comique, and I had sought him out at his lodgings in the Rue Clovis at an hour when the Quartier Latin was for the most part in bed.

A week or two had thus gone by since the dreadful evening at the Opéra Comique, and all this time I had neither seen nor heard more of the fair Josephine.

We never made up that quarrel of the Opéra Comique, and I had not desired that we should make it up.

She takes up with a Lion Comique of the Music-Halls, who is summarily kicked down-stairs by the Reverend Mr. Smith on his return home one evening.

In 1762 it lost its individuality, and became merged into the Opéra-Comique, but that was some years after the last play of Marivaux had been staged, and does not concern us here.

In fact the Théâtre de la Foire was the germ that later developed into the Opéra-Comique.