This is one of the most frequent question opera singers get, funnily enough. There's no special language for opera in the sense that it's a language just for.
They need to be able to learn their music quickly and to sing from memory. It is a help to be good at languages because operas are.
Opera is a form of theatre in which music has a leading role and the parts are taken by singers, but is distinct.
THE question of whether opera should be performed in the language that most of the And that's before they start arguing about the singers!.
Recently there was an interesting article on Lifehacker called I learned to speak four languages in a few years. Here's how by Gabriel Wyner. He got in touch.
Another challenge of singing opera is that the singers have to sing in languages other than their own. Most operas are sung in Italian, French.
I had one visiting over the weekend, as it turns out. The answer is: it varies. You don't need any real knowledge of the languages you're singing in, but the job.
But she remains best known as an opera singer, one of the defining sopranos of where Germans or Italians can sing in their own language.
Physicists have discovered the reason why even operas sung in English are hard to follow; in order to be heard sopranos have to sacrifice.
Will: Just like baseball or NASCAR, opera has a language that you need a rapid deployment of notes up and down the scale, in jazz singing.