Serenade

A serenade is evening music, especially that sung or played in the open air. Originally it was the song of a troubadour wooing a girl beneath her window (and is used as such, mockingly, in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Don Giovanni). Later it was expanded into a form of agreeable, entertaining music for instrumental groups, and became hardly distinguis...
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serenade

[n] - a song characteristically played outside the house of a woman 2. [v] - sing and play for somebody
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Serenade

Ser`e·nade' noun [ French sérénade , Italian serenata , probably from Latin serenus serene (cf. Serene ), misunderstood as a derivative from Latin serus late. Confer Soirée .] (Mus.) (a) Music sung or performed in the open air at nights; -...
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serenade

noun a song characteristically played outside the house of a woman
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Serenade

• (n.) A piece of music suitable to be performed at such times. • (n.) Music sung or performed in the open air at nights; -- usually applied to musical entertainments given in the open air at night, especially by gentlemen, in a spirit of gallantry, under the windows of ladies. • (v. i.) To perform a serenade. • (v. t.) To enter...
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serenade

originally, a nocturnal song of courtship, and later, beginning in the late 18th century, a short suite of instrumental pieces, similar to the ... [2 related articles]
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Serenade

[ballet] Serenade is a ballet by George Balanchine to Tschaikovsky`s 1880 Serenade for Strings in C, Op. 48. Students of the School of American Ballet gave the first performance of Serenade on Sunday, June 10, 1934, on the Felix M. Warburg estate in White Plains, N.Y., where Mozartiana had been danced the previous day. It was the first ball...
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Serenade

Serenade is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Serenade

[Bruch] Max Bruch`s Serenade in A minor, Op. 75 is a composition for violin and orchestra and was composed in 1900. ==Structure== The work has four movements, and takes approximately 35 to 40 minutes to perform: ...
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serenade

sing and play for somebody
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serenade

serenade [Ital. sera=evening], term used to designate several types of musical composition. Opera and song literature yield numerous examples of the serenade sung or played by a lover at night beneath his beloved's window; outstanding is Deh, vieni alla finestra from Mozart's Don Giovanni. In the la...
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serenade

Musical piece for chamber orchestra or wind instruments in several movements, originally intended for informal evening entertainment, such as Mozart's Eine kleine Nachtmusik/A Little Night Music
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Serenade

[Tackey & Tsubasa song] `Serenade` is Tackey & Tsubasa`s fourth single under the Avex Trax label. ==Overview== Serenade is Tackey & Tsubasa`s fourth single, and currently their lowest selling and lowest ranking single. The a-side song `Serenade` was used as the Olympus `μDigital` commercial song. The other song `Starry Sky` is Tackey & Tsu...
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Serenade

In music, a serenade (or sometimes serenata, from the Italian word) is a musical composition, and/or performance, in someone`s honor. Serenades are typically calm, light music. The word serenade is the translation of the Italian word serenata, derived from the word sereno, which means `calm`.{Failed verification|date=June 2014} ==Early serenade......
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Serenade

A lighthearted piece, written in several movements, usually as background music for a social function.
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serenade

a light and/or intimate piece of no specific form such as might be played in an open-air evening setting.
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serenade

a musical composition in several movements
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serenade

French for
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Serenade

A lighthearted piece, written in several movements, usually as background music for a social functio
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Serenade

Classical instrumental genre that combines elements of chamber music and symphony, often performed i
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Serenade

[Stravinsky] Serenade in A is a composition for solo piano by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. It was completed on September 9, 1925, in Vienna, and published by Boosey & Hawkes This work was composed as a result of his signing his first recording contract for Brunswick, so Stravinsky wrote the piece in a way that each movement would fit o...
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