Intermezzo

In music, an intermezzo (ˌintɛrˈmɛddzo), in the most general sense, is a composition which fits between other musical or dramatic entities, such as acts of a play or movements of a larger musical work. In music history, the term has had several different usages, which fit into two general categories: the opera intermezzo and the instrumental i...
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Intermezzo

(from the article `Giraudoux, Jean`) ...with Siegfried, a dramatization of his own novel, which introduced the actor and director Louis Jouvet, with whom Giraudoux was associated until ...
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Intermezzo

(from the article `Strauss, Richard`) ...of Mozart`s The Magic Flute that requires singing on a scale to match its grandiose conception and staging. Its portraiture of the lowly dyer ...
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intermezzo

[n] - a short movement coming between the major sections of a symphony 2. [n] - a short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between acts of a drama or opera
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Intermezzo

• (n.) An interlude; an intermede. See Intermede.
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intermezzo

noun a short piece of instrumental music composed for performance between acts of a drama or opera
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InterMezzo

[file system] InterMezzo was a distributed file system written for the Linux kernel, distributed under the GNU General Public License. It was included in the standard Linux kernel from version 2.4.15 but was dropped from version 2.6. InterMezzo is designed to work on top of an existing journaling file system such as ext3, JFS, ReiserFS or X...
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Intermezzo

[horse] Intermezzo (1966 – after 2 February 1995), was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He won two of his three races as a two-year-old in 1968 and went on to record his most important win in the Classic St. Leger Stakes at Doncaster in September 1969. He raced without winning in 1970 and was exported to stand as stallion in Jap...
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Intermezzo

[opera] Intermezzo, Op. 72, is an opera in two acts by Richard Strauss to his own German libretto, described as a Bürgerliche Komödie mit sinfonischen Zwischenspielen (bourgeois comedy with symphonic interludes). It premiered at the Dresden Semperoper on 4 November 1924, with sets that reproduced Strauss` home in Garmisch. The first Vienn...
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Intermezzo

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Intermezzo

In`ter·mez'zo noun [ Italian See Intermede .] (Mus.) An interlude; an intermede. See Intermede .
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Intermezzo

A short musical composition usually offered between the acts of a longer operatic work. These were light-hearted in nature, with very small casts: La serva padrona by Pergolesi is an example. The term can also refer to an instrumental interlude between acts of operas, such as the Intermezzo in Mascagni
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Intermezzo

A short piece of music, often fitting between other movements of a larger work or a single character piece
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intermezzo

an interlude, a piece designed originally to be performed between the acts of a play or opera.
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intermezzo

in music and theatre, an entertainment performed between the acts of a play; also a light instrumental composition. In the late 15th and 16th ... [7 related articles]
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intermezzo

In music, initially a one-act comic opera, such as Giovanni Pergolesi's La serva padrona/The Maid as Mistress (1732); also a short orchestral interlude played between the acts of an opera to denote the passage of time. By extension, an intermezzo has come to mean a short piece to be played between other more subst...
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intermezzo

intermezzo (inturmet'sō, –med'zō) . 1. Any theatrical entertainment of a light nature performed between the divisions of a longer, more serious work. 2. In the 17th and 18th cent., a short independent comic scene with everyday characters was interpolated between acts of ser...
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intermezzo

intermezzo 1. A short dramatic, musical, or other performance, of a light and pleasing character, introduced between the acts of a drama or opera. 2. A short movement serving as a connecting link between the main divisions (in the middle) of a large musical work, instrumental or vocal; sometimes used for an independent piece of similar character.
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Intermezzo

Intermezzo is a musical term for a short musical piece, generally of a light sparkling character, played between the parts of a more important work, such as an opera, drama, etc. Pieces intended for independent performance are sometimes designated by this name by the French and Italians.
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Intermezzo

Short movement or interlude connecting the main parts of the composition.
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Intermezzo

Short, lyric piece or movement, often for piano. Also a comic interlude performed between acts of an
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