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The da capo aria is a musical form for arias that was prevalent in the Baroque era . It is sung by a soloist with the accompaniment of instruments, often a small ...

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By the mid-17th century a preference for bi-partite (i.e., AB) forms was superseded by a reliance on the da capo aria, in which the initial melody and text were ...

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All Da Capo arias have three distinct sections: an opening (A) section followed by a shorter, contrasting (B) section, after which the A section is repeated — this ...

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The da capo aria is a vocal form used primarily in the Baroque Era. It is in .... Now you've sent a few messages, we'd like to give the tutors a chance to respond ...

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Feb 27, 2013 ... Portland Opera's Resident Historian and Lecturer Robert Kingston answers questions about RINALDO. For more information about Portland ...

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Define aria da capo: an aria in 3-part musical form comprising a theme, a secondary contrasting part, and a repetition of the first part.

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A lyric song in ternary or A-B-A form commonly found in operas, cantatas and oratorios.

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The da capo aria dominated opera from the Baroque era through to the bel canto. Structured as ABA, the repeated A section was usually not written out with the ...

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In the Baroque era, the most common aria designs were the "binary aria" ... Da Capo Aria: (da capo means "the head" in Italian) A design popular in Baroque ...

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With its internal units--the da capo aria, secco recitative and arioso--well defined, and the experimental phase of its theatrical presentation completed, Baroque ...