Definition of Fantasie

1. a fantasia [n -S] - See also: fantasia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fantasie

fansubbers
fansubbing
fansubs
fantabulous
fantabulously
fantad
fantads
fantail
fantailed
fantails
fantan
fantard
fantards
fantasia
fantasias
fantasie (current term)
fantasied
fantasies
fantasise
fantasised
fantasiser
fantasisers
fantasises
fantasising
fantasist
fantasists
fantasize
fantasized
fantasizer
fantasizers

Literary usage of Fantasie

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1. The Standard Cantatas: Their Stories, Their Music, and Their Composers : a by George Putnam Upton (1887)
"Though the " Spring fantasie " is in undoubted cantata form, Gade designates it as a " Concert- stuck ; " that is, a musical composition in which the ..."

2. Cyclopedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and Critical Notices by Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck (1856)
"... RESERVO™—A fantasie PIECE. York on the top of the Distributing Reservoir, any You may §ee some of the best society in New or three carriages in waiting, ..."

3. Women Composers: A Biographical Handbook of Women's Work in Musicby Otto Ebel by Otto Ebel (1913)
"5 Introduction and Rondeau; op. 8 Allegro di Bravura; op. 12 Second Caprice; op. 18 Third Caprice ; op. 19 fantasie in G>; op. 25 Adieu et le Retour; op. ..."

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