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An exalted or exaggeratedly enthusiastic expression of feeling in speech or writing
An ancient Greek epic poem (or part of one) suitable for uninterrupted recitation
A random collection or medley; a miscellany or confused string of stories, words etc

This concerneth not those mingle-mangles of many kinds of stuffe, or as the Grecians call them Rapsodies, that for such are published .

An instrumental composition of irregular form often incorporating improvisation
rapt or rapturous utterance
{n} an irregular unconnected writing
an epic poem adapted for recitation
a musical composition with a very free form
A recitation or song of a rhapsodist; a portion of an epic poem adapted for recitation, or usually recited, at one time; hence, a division of the Iliad or the Odyssey; called also a book
A rhapsody is a piece of music which has an irregular form and is full of feeling. George Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue
means songs strung together The term was originally applied to the books of the Iliad and Odyssey, which at one time were in fragments Certain bards collected together a number of the fragments, enough to make a connected “ballad,” and sang them as our minstrels sang the deeds of famous heroes Those bards who sang the Iliad wore a red robe, and those who sang the Odyssey a blue one Pìsistratos of Athens had all these fragments carefully compiled into their present form (Greek rapto, to sew or string together; ode, a song )
A term used to describe a work in one continuous movement -though with no set form - usually associated with folk or romantic pieces
A poetic utterance of epic character: for example, Brahms in his three piano rhapsodies and in the Alto Rhapsdy A more popular meaning of the term is an orchestral fantasia, gay in mood, often with sharply contrasted feeligns, and utilizing popular or folk melodies In this category we find Enesco's Rumanian Rhapsodies, Chabrier's España, Dvorák's Slavonic Rhapsodies, Ravel's Spanish Rhapsody, and Gerhwin's Rhapsody in Blue Bohemian composer, Tmoaschek, used this term for the first time in music when he wrote six rhapsodies for the piano But it did not come into general usage until Liszt wrote the Hungarian Rhapsodies
A composition irregular in form, like an improvisation; as, Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsodies
A disconnected series of sentences or statements composed under excitement, and without dependence or natural connection; rambling composition
An ancient Greek epic poem suitable for uninterrupted recitation
This has no regular form and is not confined to any particular medium
A state of elated bliss or ecstasy
{i} rapture, ecstasy; portion of an epic poem suitable for recitation; expression of enthusiasm; expression of enthusiasm; improvisatory instrumental composition with an irregular form (Music)
A free style instrumental piece characterized by dramatic changes in mood
A literary work written in an impassioned or exalted style
plural of rhapsody



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    /ˈrapsədē/ /ˈræpsədiː/


    [ 'rap-s&-dE ] (noun.) 1542. From Latin rhapsōdia, from Ancient Greek ῥαψῳδία.