"What might follow a recitative in music" crossword clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 31 Jul 2023

What might follow a recitative in music NYT crossword answer is:

ARIA (4 letters length)

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A recitative is a type of vocal music that is typically used in operas and oratorios. It is often followed by an aria, which is a more lyrical and melodic piece of music that allows the singer to express emotion. An aria is usually accompanied by an orchestra and may include a chorus or other instruments. The aria is usually the climax of the recitative and can provide a powerful and emotional conclusion to the piece.

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