Definition of Scherzos

1. Noun. (plural of scherzo) ¹



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Definition of Scherzos

1. scherzo [n] - See also: scherzo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scherzos

schemings
schemist
schemists
schemochromes
schemozzle
scherbet
scherbets
scherenschnitte
scherm
scherms
schertelite
scherzando
scherzandos
scherzi
scherzo
scherzos (current term)
schesis
scheuermann's disease
scheuermann disease
schiavinatoite
schiavona
schicksa
schicksas
schiedam
schiedams
schieffelinite
schiff bases
schiffli
schilder syndrome
schilerization

Literary usage of Scherzos

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1. The Appreciation of Music by Thomas Whitney Surette, Daniel Gregory Mason (1907)
"These two scherzos give a good idea of how Beethoven gives play to his ... THE scherzos OF BEETHOVEN'S SYMPHONIES. The third movement of the first symphony, ..."

2. The Appreciation of Music by Thomas Whitney Surette, Daniel Gregory Mason (1907)
"These two scherzos give a good idea of how Beethoven gives play to his ... THE scherzos OF BEETHOVEN'S SYMPHONIES. The third movement of the first symphony, ..."

3. The Appreciation of Music by Daniel Gregory Mason, Thomas Whitney Surette (1907)
"These two scherzos give a good idea of how Beethoven gives play to his ... THE scherzos OF BEETHOVEN'S SYMPHONIES. The third movement of the first symphony, ..."

4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"The scherzos of the Octet, the Quintet in C, and above all, the PF. ... Lightness and airy grace his scherzos possess to admiration, in common with his ..."

5. The Story of Music and Musicians for Young Readers by Lucy Cecil (White) Lillie (1886)
"scherzos. THE history of the sonata is one which I am sure all young students who enjoy their work could read in detail with both profit and much ..."

6. A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1880) by George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland (1889)
"... find in some of Beethoven's scherzos—it is better to indicate 3-4 or 3-8 Time by a single downbeat, like those employed in very rapid 2-4 ; only that, ..."

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