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cadenza

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
cadenzaca‧den‧za /kəˈdenzə/ noun [countable] technical  APMa difficult part of a long piece of music, which a performer plays alone in order to show his or her skill
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cadenzaLunchtime on a day in June, cadenza in the rising wind: is there anything wrong with a one-man band?If you look at it within that context, these cadenzas by Leppard are rather conventional.Indeed there are no really weak moments vocally, although I am not convinced by the style of all the vocal cadenzas.
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