colorature

Coloratura vs Colorature - What's the difference?

coloratura | colorature |


As nouns the difference between coloratura and colorature

is that coloratura is (uncountable) florid or fancy passages in vocal music while colorature is (music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

As an adjective coloratura

is pertaining to.

Terms vs Colorature - What's the difference?

terms | colorature |


As nouns the difference between terms and colorature

is that terms is while colorature is (music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

Leap vs Colorature - What's the difference?

leap | colorature |


As nouns the difference between leap and colorature

is that leap is (acronym) while colorature is (music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

Trill vs Colorature - What's the difference?

trill | colorature |


In music|lang=en terms the difference between trill and colorature

is that trill is (music) a rapid alternation between an indicated note and the one above it, in musical notation usually indicated with the letters tr written above the staff while colorature is (music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

As nouns the difference between trill and colorature

is that trill is (music) a rapid alternation between an indicated note and the one above it, in musical notation usually indicated with the letters tr written above the staff while colorature is (music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

As a verb trill

is to create a trill sound; to utter trills or a trill; to play or sing in tremulous vibrations of sound; to have a trembling sound; to quaver.

Run vs Colorature - What's the difference?

run | colorature |


As a proper noun run

is .

As a noun colorature is

(music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

Operatic vs Colorature - What's the difference?

operatic | colorature |


As an adjective operatic

is of, related to, or typical of opera.

As a noun colorature is

(music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

Vocal vs Colorature - What's the difference?

vocal | colorature |


As nouns the difference between vocal and colorature

is that vocal is vowel while colorature is (music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

As an adjective vocal

is .

Melody vs Colorature - What's the difference?

melody | colorature |


As a proper noun melody

is .

As a noun colorature is

(music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.

Elaborate vs Colorature - What's the difference?

elaborate | colorature |


As an adjective elaborate

is highly complex, detailed, or sophisticated.

As a verb elaborate

is (used with'' on ''when used with an object ) to give further detail or explanation (about).

As a noun colorature is

(music) an elaborate melody, particularly in vocal music and especially in operatic singing of the 18th and 19th centuries, with runs, trills, leaps, etc.