Definition of Cantates

1. cantate [n] - See also: cantate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cantates

cantaloup
cantaloupe
cantaloupe vine
cantaloupes
cantaloupey
cantaloups
cantals
cantankerous
cantankerously
cantankerousness
cantar
cantars
cantata
cantatas
cantate
cantates (current term)
cantation
cantations
cantatory
cantatrice
cantatrices
cantatrici
cantdog
cantdogs
canted
canted angle
canted angles
canteen
canteen cup
canteen cups

Literary usage of Cantates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Catalogue of Books in Foreign Languages: For 1828, Now on Sale by A. Dulau & Co (1828)
"1818 О 50 10683 Odes, cantates, Epîtres et Poésies. 2 vols. ... 1822 О 50 10688 Odes, cantates, Epîtres et Poésies. 3 vols. ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"One consists of formal and partly sacred odes and cantates of the stiffest character, the other of brief epigrams, sometimes licentious and always or almost ..."

3. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"19463 — odes, cantates, épîtres et poésies diverses. Par., Didot, 1790. 4°. on vellum paper. Only 150 copies of this fine edition were struck off. ..."

4. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"19463 — odes, cantates, épîtres et poésies diverses. Par., Didot, 1790. 4°. on vellum paper. Only 250 copies of this fine edition were «truck off. ..."

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