Serenata

A serenata is a piece of vocal music, especially one on an amorous subject. The name serenata was given by Italian composers in the time of George Frideric Handel, and by George Frideric Handel himself, to a cantata of a pastoral of dramatic character, to a secular ode, etc; also by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and others to an orchestral composition, i
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Serenata

codfish salad
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Serenata

(Puerto Rican) codfish salad
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Serenata

• (n.) Alt. of Serenate
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Serenata

(from the article `Maderna, Bruno`) Maderna`s music showed him to be an expressive lyric composer as well as an experimenter. His Serenata (1954) is a colourful orchestral work ...
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serenata

form of 18th-century vocal music combining many features of cantata, oratorio, and opera. Use of the term extends back at least to the 16th century. ...
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Serenata

Serenata is a salt codfish and vegetable salad eaten in the Dominican Republic.
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serenata

A love song
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