from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A type of baroque cantata performed outdoors, in the evening, with mixed vocal and instrumental forces
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A piece of vocal music, especially one on an amoreus subject; a serenade.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In music, either a variety of secular cantata, or (more usually) an instrumental work consisting of several movements, like a suite, and intended more or less distinctly for performance in the open air by a private orchestra or band.
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Kriss 5: 45 its called serenata music and song at 8: 27 is The True Gravity of Love thats all i know rest i just converted. and came with no name ..
Cheese and Loroco Pupusas with Green Cod Salad and Chipotle Sauce merges a cheese-stuffed tortilla from El Salvador with a Puerto Rican standard known as "serenata" topped off with a tasty Mexican finish.
Parnasso in Festa, held back until after Christmas, and presented as a "serenata" for the marriage of Princess Anne (a favorite among royalty and a former student) and William of Orange.
After the dance band finished playing, they serenaded the Starkman's wedding anniversary party. with Mexican serenata songs.
Mariachis are present at almost every special event in Mexico. After the dance band finished playing, they serenaded the Starkman's wedding anniversary party. with Mexican serenata songs. © Alvin Starkman 2008
From Devoto-Oli, Dizionario della Lingua Italiana: Cassazione = Composizione strumentale simile alla serenata e al divertiment, diffusa in Germania nel tardo Settecento.
This examination, for the first time made, together with the first careful and thorough search for whatever might afford a ray of light in the various periodicals of Handel's time, has enabled the author to correct innumerable errors in previous writers, and trace step by step the rapid succession of opera, anthem, serenata, and oratorio, which filled the years of the composer's manhood.
On June 10, in the same year, the serenata of _Acis and Galatea_ was performed at the Italian Opera House, in English, by
The serenata, 'Ascanio in Alba' -- an allegorical pastoral play -- was a great success, and Hasse, a master of opera, who had also composed a work for the occasion, was fain to admit that he stood nowhere compared with Mozart.
August, 1771, we find him once more in Milan, he is on cordial terms with all his fellow-artists, and hard at work composing a dramatic serenata for the approaching marriage of the Archduke Ferdinand with