aria

  1. an elaborate song for solo voice
  2. an elaborate song for solo voice

Aria

An aria (air; plural: arie, or arias in common usage, diminutive form arietta) in music was originally any expressive melody, usually, but not always, performed by a singer. The term became used almost exclusively to describe a self-contained piece for one voice, with or without orchestral accompaniment, normally part of a larger work. The typical...
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Aria

(from the article `Iran, ancient`) Soon afterward (c. 290–280 ) the two eastern provinces of Margiana and Aria suffered an invasion by nomads. But the invasion was repelled, and the ...
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aria

[n] - an elaborate song for solo voice 2. [n] - an elaborate song for solo voice
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Aria

• (n.) An air or song; a melody; a tune.
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aria

noun an elaborate song for solo voice
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aria

(music) Melodic solo song of reflective character, often with a contrasting middle section. It is used to express a moment of importance in the action of an opera or oratorio. Already to be found in Jacopo Peri's Euridice (1600) and Claudio Monteverdi's Orfe...
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ARIA

[cipher] In cryptography, ARIA is a block cipher designed in 2003 by a large group of South Korean researchers. In 2004, the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards selected it as a standard cryptographic technique. The algorithm uses a substitution-permutation network structure based on AES. The interface is the same as AES: 128-bit blo...
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Aria

[guitar company] Aria is a Japanese manufacturer of acoustic and electric guitars and basses. == History == Aria was formed in Japan in 1953 by Shiro Arai as Arai and Company. They began retailing acoustic guitars in 1960, although the company didn`t actually start manufacturing their own until 1964. Aria arranged for Matsumoku, the musical...
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Aria

[male name] Arya, Aria, or آریـــا is a Persian and Hindu male given name, based on the self designation of people speaking Indo-European languages as `Arya` meaning `Noble` in Sanskrit. The name is also used in India, in regions of shared ancestry. The term `Arya` was also used as an ethnic epithet in the Achaemenid inscriptions and...
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Aria

[manga] ADV Manga released English translations of the first three volumes of Aria in 2004, before dropping the license. Tokyopop then acquired the English-language rights to Aqua as well as Aria. Tokyopop released the two volumes of Aqua on October 2007 and February 2008, and six volumes of Aria between January 2008 and December 2010. The ...
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Aria

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Aria

[name] Aria as a female given name, Aria (לביאה) means `lioness` in Hebrew, or `air` in Italian. It also refers to `aria`, a self-contained piece for one voice usually, most commonly found in the context of opera. == Given name == === Fictional characters === ...
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Aria

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Aria

A'ri·a noun [ Italian , from Latin aër . See Air .] (Mus.) An air or song; a melody; a tune. » The Italian term is now mostly used for the more elaborate accompanied melodies sung by a single voice, in operas, oratorios, cantatas, anthems, etc., and not so much for si...
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aria

a melodic composition for solo voice with accompaniment
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Aria

A musical piece intended for one voice and an orchestral accompaniment
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Aria

A song for solo voice with instrumental accompaniment. Arias appear in cantatas, oratorios, and operas beginning in the 17thc. They emphasize musical and emotional expression more than text. Often reflective rather than descriptive of action, arias provide lyric interludes that temporarily halt the action of the plot.
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Aria

A song for solo voice with orchestral accompaniment, generally expressing intense emotion. Generally found in opera, cantata, and oratorio.
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Aria

An aria is a musical composition for solo voice with instrumental accompaniment, usually forming part of an opera, oratorio, or cantata. It provides a lyrical pause in the dramatic action, during which a character can comment on some aspect of the drama. Often it is also a difficult piece, designed to display the singer's skill. The aria originated...
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aria

an elaborate song for solo voice
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Aria

An elaborate vocal solo with instrumental accompaniment, used in genres such as an opera, oratorio or cantata.
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aria

aria (är'ēu) , elaborate and often lengthy solo song with instrumental accompaniment. In the 16th cent. it was a melody improvised over a strophic bass line, and a distinction was made between instrumental, vocal, and dance arias. the use of the term to indicate instrumental music was...
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aria

aria (AH ri uh) A melody sung solo or as a duet in an opera, oratorio, or cantata: 'The two singers closed the concert with an aria.' Confusing Words: Units, Groups A to Z.
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Aria

Aria is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `holy, melody` The name Aria is most commonly given to Scottish girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) Aria is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands and England and Wales What do they use in other countries? Ari Arya (English) Arien Ara Ariana (French, Albanian) Arianna (Italian) A...
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