Eurasian music science journal


This article deals with the factors that played an essential role in the development of European Opera art and academic singing, which was formed by taking all the best that was developed over the centuries, forming criteria for the ideal sound image, starting with classical, romantic Opera and Opera verism and modernist concepts of the early twentieth century.

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