Definition of Recitatively. Meaning of Recitatively. Synonyms of Recitatively

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Definition of Recitatively

Recitatively
Recitative Rec`i*ta*tive", a. Of or pertaining to recitation; intended for musical recitation or declamation; in the style or manner of recitative. -- Rec`i*ta*tive"ly, adv.

Meaning of Recitatively from wikipedia

- Recitative (/ˌrɛsɪtəˈtiːv/, also known by its Italian name "recitativo" ([retʃitaˈtiːvo])) is a style of delivery (much used in operas, oratorios, and...
- in mind." In the final form of the oratorio, the text is structured as recitative p****ages of the text of Genesis, often set to minimal accompaniment, inters****d...
- used interchangeably, Sprechgesang is directly related to the operatic recitative manner of singing (in which pitches are sung, but the articulation is...
- La Dafne (Daphne) is an early Italian opera, written in 1608 by the Italian composer Marco da Gagliano from a libretto by Ottavio Rinuccini. It is described...
- in early 16th century, when chants transformed from being performed recitatively to being elaborately sung. At the same time, the strict service regimen...
- tenor Evangelist in secco recitative accompanied only by continuo. Soloists sing the words of various characters, also in recitative; in addition to Jesus...
- vocalist (in jazz and po****r music). Singers perform music (arias, recitatives, songs, etc.) that can be sung with or without accompaniment by musical...
- musical scene (except in opera, where it continued to be used to accompany recitative). In the 20th century, it made a resurgence, being used in historically...
- forms including opera and oratorio, which use terms such as aria and recitative instead. A song can be sung without accompaniment by instrumentalists...
- An aria is a formal musical composition unlike its counterpart, the recitative. The typical context for arias is opera, but vocal arias also feature...