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Unfortunately spoken dialogue research so far has produced scant findings about language behavior that are interesting to nonengineers.
The three songs of William Bolcom pose substantial challenges that are mostly surmounted, and his "Toothbrush Time" is maybe the most convincing and fun performance of the twelve, right up to the spoken dialogue at the end which causes a surprising little twist.
What I hadn't realised, and probably should have, is that Evita has no spoken dialogue at all, and some of this can't be easy to sing.
8 : made without spoken dialogue <silent movies>
The opera is referred to as a ballad opera mainly because there is spoken dialogue and it follows after the pattern of the The Beggar's Opera, the English 18th Century ballad opera.
Both operas originally had spoken dialogue, in both the folk element was later strengthened (in the Bartered Bride with dance, and in the Two Widows with the added characters of Tonik and Lidka and similar changes), and both formed an important intermediate step towards The Kiss, the first full-length Czech fully musically composed comic opera (the first Czech opera without spoken dialogue was Blodek's one-acter In the Well.
A distinctive feature of On the Run with Dick and Jane is that quotation marks are omitted from the spoken dialogue, lending the tale elements of a stream-of-consciousness feel.
In addition to the audible translation, MASTOR captures the spoken dialogue as text.
Unless you count a drill sergeant's orders to a bunch of recruits, the show contains not a single word of spoken dialogue.
and spoken dialogue systems and found that spoken dialogue systems were
Opera Nova's production with their recently amalgamated partner Cleveland Youth Opera has a full orchestra, colourful costumes, spoken dialogue and whirling waltzes.
Mauricio's reply is a melange of spoken dialogue and/ of digressive, unarticulated thoughts drawn from both present and past, which culminate with his acceptance of Diana's rejection and his departure, along with his typewriter, one of the novel's leitmotifs.