Olio

In music an olio is a collection of miscellaneous pieces.
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Olio

An olio is a Spanish or Portuguese highly spiced stew of various meats and vegetables.
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Olio

O'li·o noun [ Spanish olla a round earthen pot, a dish of boiled or stewed meat, from Latin olla a pot, dish. Confer Olla , Olla-podrida .] 1. A dish of stewed meat of different kinds. [ Obsolete] « Besides a good olio , the dishes were trifling.�...
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Olio

• (n.) A dish of stewed meat of different kinds. • (n.) A mixture; a medley. • (n.) A collection of miscellaneous pieces.
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olio

(from the article `burlesque show`) ...patterned after the popular minstrel show. It consisted of three parts: first, a series of songs, coarsely humorous sketches or bits, and comic ... ...Then followed a series of jokes between the interlocutor and end men, interspersed with ballads, comic songs, and instrumental numbers, chiefly on ....
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Olio

[musical number] An olio is a Vaudeville number, short dance or song, or a set of same, performed as an encore after the performance of a dramatic play. It can also be defined as a collection of various artistic or literary works or musical pieces used between acts in a burlesque or minstrel show. This was common on showboats in the 19th an...
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olio

miscellany; potpourri
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