Definition of Rosalias
1. rosalia [n] - See also: rosalia
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Literary usage of Rosalias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Beethoven's Letters: A Critical Edition : with Explanatory Notes by Ludwig van Beethoven, Alfred Christlieb Kalischer, John South Shedlock (1909)
"... take part in a collective work, in the present case already the theme itself would have led to laughter; the theme with its rosalias did not please him. ..."
2. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1895)
"Grosart, pp. lxxxiv. 187, with notes ; same ed., except for title-page, issued to New Shak. Soc. 1878. 1601.— 4° 95 1.—Loves Martyr; or, rosalias Complaint. ..."
3. Musical Composition: A Short Treatise for Students by Charles Villiers Stanford (1911)
"(§ 16) The danger of writing rosalias, especially in melody. A rosalia is a sequence repeated more than twice. It is the cheapest and easiest way to ..."
4. The Violin and Its Music by George Hart (1881)
"Bononcini, however, like other composers of his time, is very sparing of his passages, and indulges idleness and want of invention by frequent rosalias,t ..."
5. The Violin and Its Music by George Hart (1881)
"Bononcini, however, like other composers of his time, is very sparing of his passages, and indulges idleness and want of invention by frequent rosalias.t ..."
6. The Empire of Brazil at the Universal Exhibition of 1876 in Philadelphia by Brazil (1876)
"Of the genus Midas, the following species are known : the Maranhao marmoset or silky tamarin (M. rosalias), of a beautiful gold color; the hairy marmoset of ..."