Singspiel, 18th-century opera in the German language, containing spoken dialogue and usually comic in tone.What is the meaning of insingspiel in music?
singspiel A form of German comic opera of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries in which there is spoken dialogue as well as self-contained musical set-pieces. The term is a German word meaning “song-play,” and its exponents included Mozart, whose “Magic Flute” is often considered as its apotheosis.What is the difference between an opera and a singpiel?
^ According to the 1908 edition of Grove's Dictionary of Music, the main distinction between opera and Singspiel is: " [Singspiel] by no means excludes occasional recitative in place of the spoken dialogue, but the moment the music helps to develop the dramatic denouement we have to do with Opera and not with Singspiel."Who wrote the librettos for the Singspiel?
Other composers include J. Benda, C. G. Neefe, and J. Reichardt; J. W. Goethe wrote librettos for the Singspiel. In Austria the Singspiel was influenced by the Austrian folk comedy, the Italian opera buffa, and the French opéra comique.