Rosa, Carl (18421889)

Rosa, Carl, father of English opera, born at Hamburg; introduced on the English stage the standard Italian, French, and German operas with an English text (18421889).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Röntgen, Wilhelm Konrad von
Röntgen Rays
Rooke, Sir George
Roon, Count von
Root, George Frederick
Root and Branch Men
Ropemaker, The Beautiful
Rorke's Drift
Rosa, Carl
Rosa, Salvator
Rosamond, Fair
Rosas, Jean Manuel
Roscher, Wilhelm
Roscius, Quintus
Roscoe, Sir Henry
Roscoe, William