an operatic aria in three sections with the first and third sections alike and the middle section contrasting.
The aria da capo has disappeared entirely from the modern Italian opera.
How Music Developed W. J. Henderson
Classical Mythology. a daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë who gave Theseus the thread by which he escaped from the labyrinth: deserted by Theseus on Naxos, she became the bride of Dionysus. a female given name. Contemporary Examples The two even appeared onstage as party guests in Ariadne auf Naxos. 11 Wacky Supreme Court Facts: Frozen-Yogurt […]
of or relating to Arius or . an adherent of . . a suffix forming personal nouns corresponding to Latin adjectives ending in -ārius or English adjectives or nouns ending in -ary, (librarian; proletarian; Rotarian; seminarian; sexagenarian; veterinarian); subsequently productive in English with other Latinate stems, forming nouns denoting a person who supports, advocates, or […]
Rocketry. a French-built, three-stage, liquid-propellant rocket for launching satellites into orbit around the earth. a female given name, French form of . Contemporary Examples But, at first, Ariane trained for a different career, graduating from Columbia with a journalism degree. The Queen of Foie Gras David Lincoln Ross December 28, 2010 Ever the gentleman, however, […]
the doctrine, taught by Arius, that Christ the Son was not consubstantial with God the Father. Historical Examples In the next century the Teutonic conquest of the West gave Arianism another lease of power. The Arian Controversy H. M. Gwatkin But the most sanguine stickler for Arianism is the illustrious Dr. Clark. Letters on England […]