[ zɑːzwˈe͡ɪlə], [ zɑːzwˈeɪlə], [ z_ɑː_z_w_ˈeɪ_l_ə]
Synonyms for Zarzuela:
How to use "Zarzuela" in context?
Spanish drama is a form of art that originated in Spain. The earliest zarzuela was a courtly comedy, and it was with the development of opera in the 18th century that the drama forms of Spain began to diverge. Today, Zarzuela is a popular form of theater in Spain and throughout Latin America.
In Spain, there are three recognizable types of Zarzuela: the monumental, the lyric, and the popular. The first is typified by the works of Lope de Vega and refers to dramas with complex plots and lengthy dialogues.
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