Recital

  • 21recital — [n] narrative, rendering account, concert, description, detailing, enumeration, fable, musical, musicale, narration, performance, portrayal, presentation, reading, recapitulation, recitation, recountal, recounting, rehearsal, relation, repetition …

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  • 22recital — 1. m. Lectura o recitación de composiciones de un poeta. 2. Mús. Concierto compuesto de varias obras ejecutadas por un solo artista en un mismo instrumento …

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  • 23recital — ► NOUN 1) the performance of a programme of music by a soloist or small group. 2) an enumeration of connected names, facts, or elements. DERIVATIVES recitalist noun …

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  • 24recital — [ri sīt′ l] n. [ RECIT(E) + AL] 1. a) a reciting; specif., a telling of facts, events, etc. in detail b) what is so told; account, story, or description 2. a detailed statement 3. a musical or dance program given by a soloist, soloists, or small… …

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  • 25Recital — For other uses, see Recital (disambiguation). A recital is a musical (vocal or instrumental) performance. It can highlight a single performer, sometimes accompanied by piano, or a performance of the works of a single composer. The invention of… …

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  • 26recital — ► sustantivo masculino 1 ESPECTÁCULOS, MÚSICA Actuación musical realizada por un solo artista o la dedicada a un género concreto: ■ asistiré al recital de blues; el recital del famoso cantante ha sido un éxito de público. SINÓNIMO concierto 2… …

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  • 27recitál — a m (ȃ) 1. muz. koncert, na katerem nastopa solist: imeti, prirediti recital; klavirski, pevski recital; recital opernih arij / poslušati recital 2. gled. prireditev, sestavljena iz recitiranja, podajanja krajših besedil ali odlomkov, navadno… …

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  • 28recital — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ solo ▪ lunchtime (esp. BrE) ▪ organ, piano, etc. ▪ poetry, song …

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  • 29recital — re|cit|al [rıˈsaıtl] n 1.) a performance of music or poetry, usually given by one performer ▪ a piano recital recital of ▪ a recital of classical favourites 2.) formal a spoken description of a series of events recital of ▪ a long recital of her… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 30recital — [[t]rɪsa͟ɪt(ə)l[/t]] recitals 1) N COUNT: oft with supp A recital is a performance of music or poetry, usually given by one person. ...a solo recital by the harpsichordist Maggie Cole. 2) N COUNT: usu with supp If someone speaks for a long time,… …

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  • 31Récital — Un récital est un concert donné en public ou de façon privée, le plus souvent par un ou deux musiciens. Franz Liszt est connu pour avoir été le précurseur du récital. Il s agit d un anglicisme venant de recital (récitation, déclamation) utilisé… …

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  • 32recital — n. 1) to give a recital 2) an organ; piano; violin recital * * * [rɪ saɪtl] piano violin recital an organ to give a recital …

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  • 33Récital — Ré|ci|tal 〈[ resitạl] n. 15〉 = Recital * * * Re|ci|tal [rɪ sa̮itl̩ ], das; s, s, (eindeutschend auch:) Rezital , das; s, e [engl. recital, zu: to recite = öffentlich vortragen < (m)frz. réciter < lat. recitare, ↑ rezitieren]: von einem… …

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  • 34Recital — Re|ci|tal 〈[rısaıtl] n. 15〉 oV Récital 1. von nur einem Künstler bestrittenes Programm 2. Vortrag der Werke nur eines Komponisten [engl. od. frz. „Vortrag“; zu engl. recite, frz. réciter „vortragen“] * * * Re|ci|tal [rɪ sa̮itl̩ ], das; s, s,… …

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  • 35recital — noun (C) 1 a performance of music or poetry, usually given by one performer: a piano recital (+ of): a recital of operatic arias 2 formal a spoken description of a series of events (+ of): Fred launched into a long recital of his adventures …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 36recital — noun 1) a piano recital Syn: concert, performance, musical performance, solo performance, solo; informal gig 2) her recital of Bob s failures Syn: enumeration, list, litany, catalog, listing, detailing …

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  • 37recital — {{#}}{{LM R33100}}{{〓}} {{SynR33911}} {{[}}recital{{]}} ‹re·ci·tal› {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Espectáculo musical a cargo de un solo artista o de un dúo de instrumentistas, especialmente si interpreta música clásica o popular: • dar un recital …

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  • 38recital — noun Date: 1536 1. a. a detailed account ; enumeration < a recital of names and dates > b. the act or process or an instance of reciting c. discourse, narration < a colorful recital of a night on the town > 2 …

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  • 39recital — recitalist, n. /ri suyt l/, n. 1. a musical entertainment given usually by a single performer or by a performer and one or more accompanists. 2. a similar entertainment in a field other than music: a dance recital. 3. a program or concert by&#8230; …

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  • 40recital — (m) (Intermedio) espectáculo musical de un solo artista Ejemplos: He comprado unas entradas para el recital de Joaquín Sabina. El pianista acaba de dar un recital con obras de Chopin. Sinónimos: concierto, gala, audición …

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