[fee-awr-i-too r-uh, -ohr-; Italian fyaw-ree-too-rah] /fiˌɔr ɪˈtʊər ə, -ˌoʊr-; Italian ˌfyɔ riˈtu rɑ/
noun, plural fioriture
[fee-awr-i-too r-ey, -ohr-; Italian fyaw-ree-too-re] /fiˌɔr ɪˈtʊər eɪ, -ˌoʊr-; Italian ˌfyɔ riˈtu rɛ/ (Show IPA). Music.
the ornamentation of a melody, often extemporized by the performer, as in Italian opera during the 18th century.
noun (pl) -ture (-ˈtʊəreɪ)
(music) embellishment, esp ornamentation added by the performer
free in and out stowage
[fip-uh-nee, fip-nee] /ˈfɪp ə ni, ˈfɪp ni/ noun 1. the Spanish half real, the value of which was about six cents.
[fip-uh l] /ˈfɪp əl/ noun, Music. 1. a plug stopping the upper end of a pipe, as a recorder or a whistle, and having a narrow slit through which the player blows. /ˈfɪpəl/ noun 1. a wooden plug forming a flue in the end of a pipe, as the mouthpiece of a recorder 2. a […]
noun, Music. 1. a recorder or other flutelike instrument equipped with a fipple. noun 1. an end-blown flute provided with a fipple, such as the recorder or flageolet