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Cavatine

Music

  1. "Cavatine" is a composition.
  2. "Cavatine" is a composition.

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Google previewMusical News (1893)

The Cavatine is an excellent piece of musical workmanship, and is effective for the two instruments written for. It is evident that Mr. Myles B. Foster, on resigning the Foundling organistship, has devoted himself to writing with more zeal than ...

Google previewAn 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 Cavatine. CAVATINE, from cavata, signifying retrenched or curtailed; an abridged ariette, called also cavatina, See Cavatina. The sudden change from recitative to the measured air, or the unexpected return from the measured air to the ...

Google previewAn encyclopœdia, or dictionary of music (1825)

by John Feltham Danneley

See Cavatine. CAVATINE, from cavata, signifying retrenched or curtailed ; an abridged ariette ; called also cavatina. See Cavatina. The sudden change from recitative to the measured air, or the unexpected return from the measured air to the ...

Google previewThe Harvard Dictionary of Music (2003)

by Don Michael Randel

cavatine; Ger. Kavatine]. A type of *aria. In 19th-century Italian opera, the cavatina is the entrance aria of a principal singer. It is in all formal ways identical to pieces labeled aria in the scores of Rossini, Donizetti, Bellini, Verdi, ...

Google previewThe American Illustrated Medical Dictionary (1916)

cavatine (kav'at-ên). A solution of trinitrocellulose in methyl alcohol, which forms an insoluble varnish used for painting the pulp-cavity of a tooth preparatory to filling it. cavern (kav'ern) .

Google previewThe Harvard Concise Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1999)

by Don Michael Randel

cavatine; Ger. Kavatine]. A type of *aria. In 19th-century Italian opera, the cavatina is the entrance aria of a principal singer. It is in all formal ways identical to pieces labeled aria. In this repertory, the cavatina is distinguished ...

Google previewThe American History and Encyclopedia of Music (1908)

by William Lines Hubbard

cavatine (kä-vä-tën') Fr. n. A short air: an air of one strain only. An air of simple and expressive character shorter than an aria and sometimes preceding it. Also ...

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Music (2005)

By 1750 the words cavata and cavatina were used without distinction Cavatine ( French) : Cavatina Caxamb : Brazilian conga drum CCIF : Forerunner of the CCIR below; now defunct. CCIR (International Radio Consultative Committee) : A ...

Google previewResearching the Song:A Lexicon (2005)

by Shirlee Emmons, Wilbur Watkins Lewis

The opera is rich in trios, ensembles, and twelve duets, two set by Schubert: “Tief im Getümmel der Schlacht” and “Cavatine.” ALFRED, KING: see *RULE, BRITANNIA. ALGUAZILS: Spanish policemen. SONG COMPOSER POET .“ Guitare” ...

Google previewThe Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs (2014)

by Jim Gardiner

AGM Medium; sun to partial shade; flowers early to mid spring; fertile, acid soil Zone6 Pierisjaponica 'Cavatine' V A dense evergreen shrub with glossy green leaves and a profusion ofbellshaped creamy white flowers. AG M Compact to small; ...

Google previewThe American History and Encyclopedia of Music ... (1910)

by Edward Dickinson, George Whitfield Andrews, Arthur Foote, Janet M. Green, Emil Liebling, Josephine Thrall

cavatine (ka-va-ten') Fr. n. A short air: an air of one strain only. An air of simple and expressive character shorter than an aria and sometimes preceding it. Also ...

Google previewAdams' New Musical Dictionary (1865)

Of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases, Abbreviations, Initials, and Signs, Employed in Musical and Rhythmical Art and Science, in Nearly Fifty Ancient and Modern Languages

Cavatine. (Frc.) A cavatina. Caxa. (Spa.) A drum; the wooden case of an organ. Caxon. (Spa.) A mould for casting organ pipes. C. R. The initials of Col ...

Google previewA Biographical Dictionary of Musicians (1905)

by Theodore Baker

Cavatine et rondeau, w. quartet ; the famed and indispensable " 24 Caprices en forme d'etudes, dans les 24 tons de la gamme"; 12 etudes; 3 books ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1883)

(A.D. 1450-1880) by George Grove

Cavatine (Ab) and Etude 'La Fileuse ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of English (2010)

by Angus Stevenson

cavatine /ˌkavəˈtiːneɪ/, cavatinas) Music a short operatic aria in simple style without repeated sections. 2a similar piece of lyrical instrumental music. – origin early 19th cent.

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Scrabble value of C3A1V4A1T1I1N1E1

The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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