Definition of Recitativos
1. recitativo [n] - See also: recitativo
Lexicographical Neighbors of Recitativos
Literary usage of Recitativos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1914)
"For the other descriptive recitativos of this unique cantata, he employed the ballad ... Compact and short as are the recitativos of The Jolly Beggars, ..."
2. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1871)
"When to this we add that Herr Goldschmidt's orchestral episodes are neither apposite nor interesting, it will be understood what weariness the recitativos ..."
3. The Musical Magazine (1840)
"The rest of the musicians sprawl about during these recitativos under the benches in the orchestra, in order to converse with each other, to offer a pinch ..."
4. The Musical Magazine (1839)
"His operas, like all the Italian operas of his time, are a series of recitativos and Airs, with now and then a few Choruses interspersed; and still more ..."
5. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1904)
"The remaining numbers of the 159 in the first volume and of the 390 in the second volume are all by Sulzer, many are recitativos and short responses. ..."
6. The Musical Review and Musical World by Theodor Hagen (1861)
"The most difficult part is au always ready accompaniment of the recitativos, because in these the time is constantly changing. The conductor must before all ..."