History YMMV / TheBarberOfSeville

9th Mar '17 2:16:20 PM WaxingName
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Each of the four main characters gets at least one occasion to strut their stuff, then there's also Basilio's "La calunnia è un venticello", one of the most popular arias in the operatic bass register, and the orchestral accompanyment to the thunderstorm in act two.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Each of the four main characters gets at least one occasion to strut their stuff, then there's also Basilio's "La calunnia è un venticello", one of the most popular arias in the operatic bass register, and the orchestral accompanyment to the thunderstorm in act two. But by most peoples' estimation, the most recognizable song from the opera would be Figaro's aria "Largo al factotum", which has become a standard piece for baritones to show their skills.
9th Jul '16 5:36:56 AM Prinzenick
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* SongAssociation: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short.

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* SongAssociation: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short.short, such as ''WesternAnimation/RabbitOfSeville''.
24th Jan '16 7:31:34 AM Menshevik
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Each of the four main characters gets at least one occasion to strut their stuff, then there's also Basilio's "La calunnia è un venticello", one of the most popular arias in the operatic bass register, and the orchestral accompanyment to the thunderstorm in act two.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Each of the four main characters gets at least one occasion to strut their stuff, then there's also Basilio's "La calunnia è un venticello", one of the most popular arias in the operatic bass register, and the orchestral accompanyment to the thunderstorm in act two.
24th Jan '16 7:29:47 AM Menshevik
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!! The original opera:

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!! The original Rossini's opera:



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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Each of the four main characters gets at least one occasion to strut their stuff, then there's also Basilio's "La calunnia è un venticello", one of the most popular arias in the operatic bass register, and the orchestral accompanyment to the thunderstorm in act two.
* EnsembleCast: Which is the most important part in the opera, Almaviva (tenor), Figaro (baritone), Rosina (soprano) or Bartolo (light bass)[[note]] The Doctor's role and the opportunities for a singer to show off his virtuosity in the part were diminished by a number of cuts which had become traditional in many productions, but since the 1970s the cuts are usually restored.[[/note]]? Even the experts still can't decide and it can vary between productions according to the director, conductor and performers.
7th Jul '15 11:40:54 AM nombretomado
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* SongAssociation: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a LooneyTunes short.

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* SongAssociation: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a LooneyTunes WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short.
12th Apr '14 5:50:21 AM TheBeanerItWas
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* HaveAGayOldTime: "You give chief the bird." [[FlippingTheBird Giving someone the bird]] means something totally different now.
15th Mar '14 5:25:43 PM UmbraFractus
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* AGayOldTime: "You give chief the bird." [[FlippingTheBird Giving someone the bird]] means something totally different now.

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* AGayOldTime: HaveAGayOldTime: "You give chief the bird." [[FlippingTheBird Giving someone the bird]] means something totally different now.
15th Mar '14 5:25:17 PM UmbraFractus
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* AGayOldTime: "You give chief the bird." [[FlippingTheBird Giving someone the bird]] means something totally different now.
24th Dec '13 5:00:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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* GrandTheftAutoEffect: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a LooneyTunes short.


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* SongAssociation: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a LooneyTunes short.
20th Oct '13 9:01:15 PM TheBeanerItWas
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* GrandTheftAutoEffect: Chances are many people owe their knowledge of the Opera to either this cartoon, or from hearing it in a LooneyTunes short.
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