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Random information on the term “Prima donna”:
Convenienze (Italian literally conveniences) were the rules relating to the ranking of singers (primo, secondo, comprimario) in 19th-century Italian opera, and the number of scenes, arias etc. that they were entitled to expect.
The convenienze are referred to in the Donizetti opera Le convenienze ed inconvenienze teatrali.
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