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- n. Plural form of canzonetta.
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Caccini went back to Florence and continued to set canzonettas.
Campana and Gordigiani were prolific composers of romanzas and canzonettas of a popular type.
I supposed your loft stuffed with dry legal parchments, mortgages and affidavits; you take down a package of manuscript, and lo! there are lyrics and sonnets and canzonettas.
My sedillas and canzonettas were much admired; and eventually no serenade was considered as effective, without the assistance of the counter-tenor of Anselmo.
I feel that _you are all right_ as to the metaphysical part; but I also feel that I am sincere, and that if I am only to write '_ad captandum vulgus_,' I might as well edit a magazine at once, or spin canzonettas for Vauxhall.
"heart, nor voice" to proceed, I feel that 'you are all right' as to the metaphysical part; but I also feel that I am sincere, and that if I am only to write "ad captandum vulgus," I might as well edit a magazine at once, or spin canzonettas for Vauxhall.