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English National Opera anagrams

Rearranging the letters of 'English National Opera' gives:

Hail inelegant soprano(by Donald L. Holmes using Anagram Genius) (1995)
Learning the piano also?(by Donald L. Holmes using Anagram Genius) (1995)
A tenor is an anglophile.(by Zoran Radisavljevic using Anagram Genius) (2002)
A thespian on in "allegro".(by V.Rabin) (2004)
A pang in the ear. Soon ill!(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
Anal Italophone singer?(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
Hope: learn Italian song!(by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2002)
A plain singer? Loath one.(by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2002)
Ah, Let in genial soprano!(by Zoran Radisavljevic using Anagram Genius) (2002)
Other related anagrams without their own page:
"Opera singer" -> "Ping! Sore ear." (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2003)
"Opera singer" -> "Orgies 'n' rape?" (by Rick Rothstein using Anagram Genius) (2003)
"The Royal Opera House Covent Garden Limited" -> "Hi! I come to England to hear overtures played!" (by Tony Crafter using Anagram Genius) (2008) (pending approval)
See also:
The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
The English National Opera
The Royal Opera House
The Metropolitan Opera
Sydney Opera House
Opera singers

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