Are these songs from real operas?
Yes!

Adele’s music is from an aria (song) called “Mein Herr Marquis.” This aria is in an opera called Die Fledermaus, which means “The Bat” in German, and was written by Johann Strauss II in 1874. It is a comical opera that takes place in Vienna, Austria. It would be a great first opera for your child!

Carmen’s music is from the eponymous opera Carmen, written by Georges Bizet in 1875. The opera takes place in Seville, Spain, and the aria is called “Habanera.” The beautiful Carmen sings this in the first act of the opera, mesmerizing the others in the square.

Aida’s music is from another eponymous opera, Aida, written by Giuseppe Verdi in 1870. This aria is called “O patria mia” which means “Oh, my country” in Italian. She sings this aria in Act III, right before she meets with Radamès, her forbidden love interest in the story.
What languages do the dolls sing in?
Adele sings in German, Carmen sings in French, and Aida sings in Italian.
Who is singing?
Jennie Legary is the voice of Carmen, Anastasia Rege is the voice of Aida, and Christina Hourihan is the voice of Adele.
How old does my child need to be to play with this doll?
The dolls are made for children ages 3 and up.
What kind of batteries does the doll take?
The dolls come with LR44 batteries, and these are equivalent to 357 or SR44 batteries, which can commonly be found at any hardware store. We wanted to keep it easy for you, parents!
Can the battery be replaced?
Yes, it’s easy! Just locate the zipper on the back of the doll’s torso. Unzip, and find the sound device inside. You will need a small screwdriver to remove the back of the device, and you will find three small batteries inside. These batteries can be found at any local hardware store, or at a Home Depot or Lowes.
Are the dolls safe?
All dolls have been tested by Intertek. We have a safety CPC certificate available upon request.
Do you have another question not answered above?
Feel free to get in touch with us and send an inquiry to info@theoperadolls.com. We would love to hear from you!