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Definition of Arietta

Arietta
Arietta A`ri*et"ta, Ariette Ar`i*ette", n. [It. arietta, dim. of aria; F. ariette.] (Mus.) A short aria, or air. ``A military ariette.' --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Arietta from wikipedia

- Arietta may refer to: a short aria Arietta, New York, a town SS Arietta, a cargo ship USS Arletta (1860), a Union Navy schooner during the American Civil...
- Arietta is a town in Hamilton County, New York, United States. The po****tion was 304 at the 2010 census. The town was named after the mother of one of...
- the second daughter of the Gr**** shipping magnate Stavros Livanos and Arietta Zafiraki. She was best known as the first wife of Aristotle On****is, but...
- Arietta was a 7,460 GRT cargo ship that was built in 1941 as Empire Cranmer by J L Thompson & Sons Ltd, Sunderland, Co Durham, United Kingdom. She was...
- Livanos once said, "I have no money. I have ships." In 1924, he married Arietta Zafirakis (1909–1986) and had three children: Eugenia Livanos, (1926–1970)...
- air; plural: arie [ˈaːrje], or arias in common usage, diminutive form arietta [aˈrjetta], plural ariette, or in English simply air) is a self-contained...
- speaking with Arietta. They are discussing "constancy in love," and the man uses the tale of The Ephesian Matron to support his point. Arietta is insulted...
- Arietta is a hamlet located in the Town of Arietta in Hamilton County, New York. "Arietta". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological...
- chords mostly in close position: On the other hand, in the theme of the Arietta movement that concludes his last piano sonata, Piano Sonata No. 32, Op...
- of only two contrasting movements. The second movement is marked as an arietta with variations. Thomas Mann called it "farewell to the sonata form". The...
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