Definición de cantata en inglés:

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cantata

Pronunciación: /kanˈtɑːtə/

sustantivo

A medium-length narrative piece of music for voices with instrumental accompaniment, typically with solos, chorus, and orchestra.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • His works include much orchestral music, cantatas, and chamber compositions.
  • I like the idea of alternating vocal cantatas with instrumental concertos; the variety ensures that the music always sounds fresh.
  • His works include a cyclic setting of Shevchenko's poetry; operas, including Taras Bulba; art songs and choral works; cantatas; piano pieces; and chamber music.

Origen

Early 18th century: from Italian cantata (aria) 'sung (air)', from cantare 'sing'.

Palabras que riman con cantata

barter, Bata, carter, cassata, charter, chipolata, ciabatta, darter, desiderata, errata, garter, imprimatur, Inkatha, Jakarta, Magna Carta, Maratha, martyr, Odonata, passata, persona non grata, rata, Renata, Río de la Plata, serenata, sonata, Sparta, starter, strata, taramasalata, tartar, Tatar, Zapata

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