characterized by melody; songlike.
Without being at all ariose, the symphony is full of melody.
Contemporary American Composers Rupert Hughes
in the manner of an air or melody. an arioso composition or section. Historical Examples His forms are very free, and the recitative is almost wholly in the arioso style with full orchestral accompaniment. How Music Developed W. J. Henderson The oboe has a kind of arioso phrase with trilling of flutes and clarinets, answered […]
Ludovico [loo-daw-vee-kaw] /ˌlu dɔˈvi kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1474–1533, Italian poet: author of Orlando Furioso. Contemporary Examples This was a woman to whom the normally acid-penned poet Ariosto wrote tributes. The Borgias’ Entertaining Excess Allen Barra May 20, 2011 Historical Examples It is as extravagant as Ariosto, and as dull as Wilkie’s Epigoniad. Life and Letters […]
flourished c71–58 b.c, Germanic leader of the Suevi. Historical Examples Ariovistus sent thither about 16,000 of his light troops and all his cavalry, to intimidate the Romans and impede the works. History of Julius Caesar Vol. 2 of 2 Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873. Few of the barbarians escaped, but among these was […]
a suffix occurring in scientific terms: Polaris.