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Definition of the adjective cantabile
What does cantabile mean as an attribute of a noun?
Alternative definition of the adjective cantabile
- [music] describing a passage having this mark; singable, lyrical
Definition of the adverb cantabile
What does cantabile mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- [music] played in this style; singingly, lyrically
Definition of the noun cantabile
What does cantabile mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: cantabiles
- [music] A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played in a lyrical manner
- [music] A passage having this mark
Cantabile is a record label.
- official website: www.cantabile.de
- "Cantabile" is a musical album of Niccolò Paganini, Arvo Leibur, Heiki Mätlik.
- released in (8 years ago)
- "Cantabile" is a musical album of Similia.
- released on (14 years ago)
- "Cantabile" is a musical album of Sol Gabetta & City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
- released on (7 years ago)
"Cantabile" is a collection of poems written by Henrik, the Prince Consort of Denmark and published in 2000. It is illustrated by the Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II.
- authors: Henrik, Prince Consort of Denmark
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by Fran Mason
Moderato Cantabile .
Lexicon of Musical Invective (2000)
Critical Assaults on Composers Since Beethoven's Time by Nicolas Slonimsky
33a, Schoenberg sets down the expression mark cantabile. It is hard to find a more insulting use of the term than the first two bars of this piece: here the cantabile quality is applied to six cacophonic chords that come down crashing on us like ...
by Emily Freeman Brown
cantabile. (It., Sp.) in a singing style, a descriptive term often heard in rehearsal to inspire a certain quality of playing by instrumentalists. Abbreviation cant. (Fr. chantant ...
by John Feltham Danneley
DI CANTABILE. See Cantabile. ARIE, Italian, aria. See Air.
An Encyclopædia, or Dictionary of Music ... With upwards of two hundred engraved examples, the whole compiled from the most celebrated foreign and English authorities, interspersed with observations critical and explanatory (1825)
by John Feltham DANNELEY
See Cantabile. ARIE, Italian, aria. See Air. AGGIUNTE, appendix, or supplementary airs placed at the end of an opera, as in Il Don Giovanni, by Mozart. ARIETTE, the diminutive of aria : it is distinguished from the aria, from the circumstance of ...
by Don Michael Randel
Cantabile [Lt.]. Singable, songlike. Cantando [Lt.]. Singing, *cantabile. Cantata [Lt.]. A composite vocal genre of the Baroque era, consisting of a succession of *recitatives, *ariosos, and set-pieces (e.g., *arias, duets, and choruses).
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Scrabble value of C3A1N1T1A1B3I1L1E1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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