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Tom, İtalyan opera aryalarını söylemekten hoşlanır. - Tom likes to sing Italian operatic arias.

O İspanyol çocuk Mozart arya söyleyebilir. - That Spanish boy can sing a Mozart aria.

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A musical piece written typically for a solo voice with orchestral accompaniment in an opera or cantata
a song performed solo, often preceded by a recitative (q v ), the title of which is usually the first phrase of text
an elaborate song for solo voice
Song for a solo voice in an opera, an oratorio, or a cantata
A musical work usually found in an opera or oratorio, which generally dwells on a single emotional theme of one of the characters
An air or song; a melody; a tune
An elaborate solo song found primarily in operas, oratorios, and cantatas
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A vocal piece for solo singer and orchestra, generally in an opera, cantata, or oratorio
An aria is a song for one of the leading singers in an opera or choral work. a song that is sung by only one person in an opera or oratorio. Solo song with instrumental accompaniment in opera, cantata, or oratorio. The strophic or stanzaic aria, in which each new stanza might represent a melodic variation on the first, appeared in opera in Claudio Monteverdi's Orfeo (1607) and was widely used for decades. The standard aria form 1650-1775 was the da capo aria, in which the opening melody and text are repeated after an intervening melody-text section (often in a different key, tempo, and metre); the return of the first section was often virtuosically embellished by the singer. Comic operas never limited themselves to da capo form. Even in serious opera, from 1750 a variety of forms were used; Gioacchino Rossini and others often expanded the aria into a complete musical scene in which two or more conflicting emotions were expressed. Richard Wagner's operas largely abandoned the aria in favour of a continuous musical texture, but arias have never ceased to be written
an elaborate composition for solo voice with instrumental accompaniment; its emphasis is on expression rather than on text, as opposed to the recitative which emphasizes the text
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songlike vocal piece, musically expressive, with orchestral accompaniment; generally homophonic in texture
an independent solo vocal piece within an opera
(Italian) Music written for a solo vocalist with instrumental accompaniment, particularly a piece of some complexity or importance in an opera
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an elaborate song for one voice, as in: When the soprano finished the aria, the audience clapped
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a vocal solo in an opera or an oratorio
{i} (Music) melody; melody for a single voice
an elaborate solo song with instrumental accompaniment Characters in operas, oratorios, and cantatas express their feelings in arias
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(it ) - A melodic composition like an air, a song or a tune Originally for a single voice with or without accompaniment Often also an instrumental piece with a singable melody [back]
[ah-ree-ah] (Italian) "Air " A self-contained, melodic section of a large-scale vocal work (opera , cantata, or oratorio) sung by a soloist with instrumental or orchestral accompaniment It is distinct from the more speech-like recitative sections There are also arias that exist independent of any larger work, and in the Baroque period, some instrumental works were called arias, such as the theme of Bach'sGoldberg Variations
a song for a solo singer and orchestra
taxonomic infraorder of plants, algae and fungi
A male given name
da capo aria
(Muzik) The da capo aria was a musical form prevalent in the Baroque era. It was sung by a soloist with the accompaniment of instruments, often a small orchestra. The da capo aria was common in the musical genres of opera and oratorio
{i} male first name (Hebrew)
plural of aria
plural of aria



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    descant, hymn, song


    /ˈärēə/ /ˈɑːriːə/


    [ 'är-E-& ] (noun.) circa 1724. From Italian aria, metathesis from Latin aera, accusative of āēr Ancient Greek ἀήρ (aēr, “air”). Cognate to air.

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