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The word aria is the equivalent of the English air, in its most literal meaning. In opera it came to mean a separate song, usually for one voice, and distinguished, by the later 17th century, from rec [..]
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an elaborate song for solo voice Ms. Netrebko sang an elegantly sad aria with lustrous warmth, aching vulnerability and floating high notes. — New York Times (Sep 27, 2011)
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from Italian aria, literally "air" (see air (n.1)).
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song, or part of a song or melody, usually sung in an opera.
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Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia
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ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) is a W3C specification for adding semantics and other metadata to HTML to cater to users of assistive technology. For example, you could add the attribute [..]
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arye
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Originally an air; a song; a tune; sung by a single voice with or without accompaniment. Now taken to mean a lyric song for solo voice generally having two contrasting parts (I and II), ending wit [..]
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Latest pick module with belts instead of rollers to transport notes to the presenter
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  An elaborate vocal solo with instrumental accompaniment, used in genres such as an opera, oratorio or cantata.
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(n) an elaborate song for solo voice
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a melodic composition for solo voice with accompaniment - or, a song-like composition written in ABA form, in an opera, oratorio, or cantata.
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Italian word for song, mainly used to describe an opera song for a solo voice with orchestral accompaniment.
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A composition for solo voice and accompaniment usually within the context of an opera, oratorio or cantata.
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Movement from an opera, oratorio, or cantata for solo or duo voices as opposed to full chorus. The melodic, lyrical, and often virtuoso, characteristics of the aria stand in contrast to the recitative.
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 In opera or oratorio, a set piece, usually for a single performer, that expresses a character's emotion about a particular situation.
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   A dramatic song in an opera.
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An aria is a song for a single singer accompanied by an orchestra. In operas the main singers sing arias to explain their feelings.
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Originally any expressive melody, usually performed by a singer. The term became used almost exclusively to describe a self-contained piece for one voice, with or without orchestral accompaniment, typ [..]
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An elaborate, accompanied, vocal solo from an opera, operetta or cantata.
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A solo song that a character uses to express feelings or comment on the story
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Elaborate solo song found mainly in opera, oratorio, and cantata. Three typical types: strophic (same music repeated for all verses), ostinato (lengthy melodic line over repeated pattern in the bass), and da capo (A-B-A form).
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Apollo Range Instrumentation Aircraft
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A solo performance in an opera used to highlight the emotional state of the main character(s).
Source: culturalhrc.ca

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female|from=English. * '''2006''' Sara Shepard, ''Pretty Little Liars'', Hachette Digital, ISBN 9780748124619, Chapter One: *: Aria Montgomery burrowed her face in her best friend Alison DiLaurent [..]
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