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recital
  1. The act of reciting (the repetition of something that has been memorized); rehearsal
  2. The act of telling the order of events of something in detail the order of events; narration.
  3. That which is recited; a story, narration, account.
  4. A vocal, instrumental or visual performance by a soloist.
  5. (law) A formal, preliminary statement in a deed or writing in order to explain the reasons on which the transaction is founded, prior to a positive allegation.
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  7. Examples:
    1. “In the first half of the recital he performed music by Buxtehude, Bach and John Ireland.”
      “It was a depressing recital of childhood abuse.”
      “The album features a recital of 13th century Latin prayers.”
recitation
  1. The act of publicly reciting something previously memorized.
  2. The material recited.
  3. A regularly scheduled class, in a school, in which discussion occurs of the material covered in a parallel lecture.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “In the eyes of Muslims, Qur'anic recitation is not music.”
      “The letter was a short recitation of their problem.”
      “These recitations form an important part of their religion.”
recit
  1. A short story.
  2. A narration.
  3. (music) A recitative.
  4. Examples:
    1. “There's the nine o'clock bell, fellows, and I've got a recit.”
      “This is effected as a recit secondaire by an-other, intradiegetic or parenthetic character-narrator.”
recitative
  1. (music) dialogue, in an opera etc, that, rather than being sung as an aria, is reproduced with the rhythms of normal speech, often with simple musical accompaniment or harpsichord continuo, serving to expound the plot
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  3. Examples:
    1. “After a dramatic recitative which Genaux sings with some interesting vocal color, the aria is as light and as refreshing as a cool breeze.”
recitement
  1. (rare, formal) The act of publicly reciting something previously memorized; a recitation.
recitalist
  1. A person who performs in recitals.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “An established recitalist at home and abroad, David has performed with all the major Irish orchestras.”
      “Since then he has had widespread experience, both as a guest soloist with major orchestras and as a solo recitalist.”
      “Also a distinguished soloist and recitalist, he has shared the stage with many well-known orchestras and performed at numerous international music festivals.”
recitativo
  1. (music) A recitative.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The soprano introduces the first words of the text and the flute takes over in a long, beautiful quasi recitativo above the strings.”
      “Alessandro Scarlatti was the first to make systematic use of that richer form of recitation known as recitativo stromentato.”
      “The extreme development of recitativo stromentato is to be found in Wagner's later dramas, in which entire scenes are made of it.”
reciter
  1. One who recites.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “A renowned storyteller, singer and reciter of poems, the one 20th century innovation he loved more than most was the telephone.”
      “It was probably introduced by a reciter from the description of a ferry-boat in some other poem.”
      “This latter, known as Bana, is usually accompanied by a word for word translation made by the reciter or an assistant.”
recitalists
  1. plural of recitalist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Sincere thanks must also go to Assistant Headteacher, Mrs Medwen Brookes, for all her hard work in preparing the recitalists over many months.”
recitations
  1. plural of recitation
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  3. Examples:
    1. “In the midst of these factual recitations are narratives of great interest.”
      “Qualified undergraduates are in the best position to help students in recitations.”
      “These recitations must be roughly repeated at frequent intervals if they are not to be lost.”
recitatives
  1. plural of recitative
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Most of the work is punctuated with recitatives and arias with not much choral work but the work did not bore me at all.”
      “Arias, recitatives and choruses all profit from his lavish and quite astounding musico-theatrical imagination.”
      “The musical mainstay was the organ, played by James Vivian, who didn't stop for the two and three quarter hours of the performance, except during the recitatives.”
recitativos
  1. plural of recitativo
  2. Examples:
    1. “Its roots are in the world of Hungarian folk ballads but follows the structures recitativos of Baroque opera.”
      “It's a very moving story, and Handel's music to it is great, with wonderful highlights and very special arias and accompanying recitativos.”
recitements
  1. plural of recitement
recitativoes
  1. plural of recitativo
recitals
  1. plural of recital
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Six student recitals featuring Mier's music were held, two on Friday night, and four throughout the day on Saturday.”
      “The music festival will offer numerous organ, harpsichord and piano recitals by emerging artists as well as internationally renowned soloists.”
      “His resonant use of the bass string to render the notes of a raga in the lower octave has lent gravity and depth to his recitals.”
reciters
  1. plural of reciter
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Seldom had such a number of storytellers, singers and poetry reciters been together.”
      “There were musicians, singers, reciters and storytellers from various parts of the county as well as guest entertainers from Kerry, Tipperary and Offaly.”
      “The ceremony will be attended by world's top Quran reciters and memorizers.”
recits
  1. plural of recit
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