Definition of Humoresques

1. Noun. (plural of humoresque) ¹



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Definition of Humoresques

1. humoresque [n] - See also: humoresque

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humoresques

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humoralists
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humoresque
humoresques (current term)
humorful
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humorized
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Literary usage of Humoresques

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1. Complete Musical Analysis: A System Designed to Cultivate the Art of by Alfred John Goodrich (1889)
"Moszkowski, humoresques, Op. 33, No. 2, and 35, No. 3. ... Em. Moor, Humoresque in D. Wm. Mason, Two humoresques, Op. 23. ..."

2. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians: Being the Sixth Volume of the by George Grove, Waldo Selden Pratt, Charles Newell Boyd (1920)
"1 ' Danses humoresques,' op. 12 (Augener). Sonata in G, op. 13, for violin and piano (Schott). Three Piano-Pieces, op. 15 (Schott). Deux Caprices, op. ..."

3. A History of the Pianoforte and Pianoforte Players by Oskar Bie, Ernest Edward Kellett, Edward Woodall Naylor (1899)
"Paderewski stands perhaps on the dividing line between the severer absolute musicians, in whose style he composed his Variations and humoresques a 1'antique ..."

4. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1920)
"humoresques. Harper. ILES, AUGUSTUS. Canadian Stories. Privately printed. JAMES, HENRY. * Landscape Painter. Scott and Seltzer. * Traveling Companions. ..."

5. Music: An Art and a Language by Walter Raymond Spalding (1920)
"Two fine modern examples of this dance are the second number in Paderewski's humoresques de Concert, op. 14, and the second number in the set of pieces by ..."

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