Definition of Serenatas

1. serenata [n] - See also: serenata



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Serenatas

serated
serdab
serdabs
serdar
sere
sered
serein
sereins
serenade
serenaded
serenader
serenaders
serenades
serenading
serenata
serenatas (current term)
serenate
serenates
serendibite
serendipities
serendipitous
serendipitously
serendipity
serene
serened
serenely
sereneness
serenenesses
serener
serenes

Literary usage of Serenatas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Handel by Charles Francis Abdy Williams (1901)
"Chapter XV The Oratorios—Handel's use of the works of other composers—The serenatas, Concertos—Obsolete instruments—Organs with pedals— Chamber music—Handel ..."

2. Alessandro Scarlatti: His Life and Works by Edward Joseph Dent (1905)
"This type of coda never occurs in the opera overtures, but in most of the oratorios and serenatas there is some sort of attempt to make the overture run ..."

3. Recollections of the Life of John O'Keeffe by John O'Keeffe (1826)
"Passerini had Oratorios performed, and serenatas, as he called them, of his own composition. ... He had the stage laid out and built up for his serenatas, ..."

4. Recollections of the Life of John O'Keeffe by John O'Keeffe (1826)
"Passerini had Oratorios performed, and serenatas, as he called them, of his own composition. ... He had the stage laid out and built up for his serenatas, ..."

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