Noun(1) a musical composition in several movements; has no fixed form(2) a song characteristically played outside the house of a woman
Verb(1) sing and play for somebody
(1) She had chosen ├ö├ç├┐Morning Has Broken├ö├ç├û for her serenade .(2) In the 18th century a serenade was a piece of instrumental music of up to ten movements, scored for a small ensemble, usually with a predominance of wind instruments.(3) When it comes to impressing your future someone, no amount of borrowed tunes can beat a handmade serenade .(4) You need to tell us how you were reciting epic poetry, and making her swoon with a beautiful serenade !(5) I'd told him on our first date that the most romantic thing to me would be having a guy that couldn't sing serenade me.(6) His seventh and eighth symphonies get an occasional airing, as do the serenade for strings and the robust violin concerto.(7) Maybe sing me a serenade and beg for my forgiveness again.(8) The Romance, from 1929, was originally going to be part of a string serenade .(9) At the end of the meal he surprised her with a serenade by a gentleman who sang something French to her.(10) Whisper sweet nothings in her ear, enchant her with roses and a serenade and woo her and make her swoon.(11) Ross did ask him to discontinue an impromptu serenade of Terri, who was embarrassed and upset by her ex-husband singing love songs to her over the plane's microphone.(12) When she emerges fresh faced and sleepy from below deck after a night of passion, greeted by a serenade from the crew, it took my breath away.(13) Smitten, Freddy later haunts Higgins' house and serenades Eliza with the beautiful melody, ├ö├ç├┐On the Street Where you Live├ö├ç├û.(14) You can walk along manicured lawns with free roaming peacocks, experience the luxury of a gourmet meal complete with table-side serenaders , or find a private little jazz salon with an intimate dance floor seemingly made for two.(15) Rochberg's finale, which he calls an alternation between scherzos and serenades , introduces another borrowed style, this time Mahler in rapturous D major starting just over two minutes into the movement.(16) If it is a love song, then he might be serenading that friend of his.
(1) serenade :: セレナーデ
1. divertimento ::
Different Formsserenade, serenaded, serenades, serenading
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