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La Traviata

[lah trah-vee-ah-tuh; Italian lah trah-vyah-tah] /lɑ ˌtrɑ viˈɑ tə; Italian lɑ trɑˈvyɑ tɑ/
an opera (1853) by Giuseppe Verdi. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Whatever the story, whatever the music of La Traviata it still lives as an opera, and is among the best of its class.

    Verdi: Man and Musician Frederick James Crowest
  • Let me treat you to my favorite—just the sweetest thing you ever heard, from La Traviata.

    Jessamine Marion Harland
  • La Traviata, a name familiar almost as the Trovatore, was the title of the composer's next opera.

    Verdi: Man and Musician Frederick James Crowest
  • We, therefore, had to fall back on Faust, alternated with La Traviata.

    The Mapleson Memoirs, vol I James H. Mapleson
  • The clat was immense, La Traviata that had been hissed and hooted was acclaimed to the skies.

    Verdi: Man and Musician Frederick James Crowest
  • The following evening we performed La Traviata, in which Mdme.

    The Mapleson Memoirs, vol II James H. Mapleson
  • When La Traviata was ready to be played before the British public, there was a great outburst of moral indignation.

    Verdi: Man and Musician Frederick James Crowest
  • The music of 'La Traviata' is in strong contrast to Verdi's previous work.

    The Opera R.A. Streatfeild

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