Translation of recital in Spanish:

recital

Pronunciation: /rɪˈsaɪtl/

n

  • 1.1 (performance) recital (m) a poetry/guitar recital un recital de poesía/guitarra 1.2 (rendition of poem) recitado (m), recitación (f)
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    • This is the person who will buy tickets to attend symphony concerts, opera, ballet, chamber music recitals, choral concerts and musical theater.
    • It is also considered disruptive to clap individual songs or short instrumental pieces rather than at the end of each group at lieder recitals or early music concerts.
    • Next Friday it performs a recital of sacred choral music at Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford.
    1.3 (account) enumeración (f), relación (f)
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    • One is the children's memorial: a dark, empty space broken only by myriad points of light, like stars, and by a continuous recital of the names of children who perished.
    • This work is not a recital of the principal events connected with Guru Nanak's life nor is it a compendium of his teachings.
    • Brown seeks to show, with impressive erudition and illuminating analyses of many works of art, how imagination can be a vehicle of truth that is more profound than bare recitals of historical fact.

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