leitmotif

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A melodic theme associated with a particular character, place, thing or idea in an opera
A recurring theme
"Leading motive," or basic recurring theme, representing a person, object, or idea, commonly used in Wagner’s operas libretto Text, or script, of an opera, prepared by a librettist
a short musical idea or theme used by a composer to represent a character, a thing, or an idea A leitmotif appears throughout a musical work each time a composer wishes to remind his listeners of the subject it represents
{i} central motif, main theme
Leading Motive" Use of a musical phrase to identify with a certain person, place or thing in a dramatic work, especially an opera, usually repeated every time its referrant appeared in the work
A musical idea associated with a character, mood, or situation in an opera or a movie, which recurs throughout the story and helps the audience make connections between scenes and ideas The leitmotif is related to Berlioz's idee fixe, but was brought to its culmination by the German operatic composer Richard Wagner
recurring melodic fragment or chord bearing dramatic or emotional significance introduced by Wagner in his music dramas
A leitmotif in something such as a book or film or in a person's life is an idea or an object which occurs again and again. The title of one of Dietrich's best-known songs could serve as the leitmotif for her life
(German; pronounced "LIGHT-mo-teef"): a musical theme assigned to a main character or idea of an opera; invented by Richard Wagner
German for "leading motif " A system devised by Wagner whereby a melodic idea represents a character, an object, or an idea
A phrase or theme used recurrently in an opera to identify a character, mood, feeling, situation, and so forth This technique was brought to its highest development by Wagner in his music dramas
a melodic phrase that accompanies the reappearance of a person or situation (as in Wagner's operas)
A leitmotif is a musical theme associated with a particular character or idea
See Leading motive, under Leading, a
a short, constantly recurring musical phrase that relates to a character, emotion or object It became associated with Richard Wagner's operas
"Leading Motive" Use of a musical phrase to identify with a certain person, place or thing in a dramatic work, especially an opera, usually repeated every time its referent appeared in the work
Like a regular motif, but less filling
\LYT-moh-teef\, noun: 1 In music drama, a marked melodic phrase or short passage which always accompanies the reappearance of a certain person, situation, abstract idea, or allusion in the course of the play; a sort of musical label 2 A dominant and recurring theme
leitmotifs
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leitmotiv
{i} controlling repetitive theme; leitmotif, central motif, main theme
leitmotiv
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leitmotiv
In music, a melodic idea associated with a character or an important dramatic element. It is associated particularly with the operas of Richard Wagner, most of which rely on a dense web of associative leitmotifs. Most composers after Wagner (and some of his immediate predecessors) continued to use this musico-dramatic principle, but few as rigorously as he did
leitmotiv
a melodic phrase that accompanies the reappearance of a person or situation (as in Wagner's operas)
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    /ˈlītmōˌtēf/ /ˈlaɪtmoʊˌtiːf/

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    (noun.) circa 1876. From German Leitmotiv (“leading motive”), from leiten (“to lead”) + Motiv (“motive”), originally used to describe Wagnerian opera.

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