cabaletta

(from Italian cobola, `couplet`), originally an operatic aria with a simple, animated rhythm, and later a fast concluding section of a two-part ...
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Cabaletta

A brisk aria in Italian opera, usually on the heels of a more lyrical, thoughtful aria. The cabaletta usually expresses a contrasting state of mind frequently inspiring the character to a course of impassioned action. The term cabaletta comes from
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Cabaletta

Cabaletta describes the two-part musical form particularly favored for arias in 19th century Italian opera in the belcanto era up until about the 1850s during which it was one of the era`s most important elements. More properly, cabaletta is the name of the more animated section following the songlike cantabile. It often introduces a complication....
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