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Topic: MUSIC

Date: 1600-1700
Language: Italian
Origin: recitativo, from recitare, from Latin; RECITE

recitative

noun
     
re‧ci‧ta‧tive [uncountable and countable]
technicalAPM a speech set to music that is sung by one person and continues the story of an opera (=musical play) between the songs
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