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  • Cabaletta describes the two-part musical form particularly favored for arias in 19th century Italian opera, and is more properly the name of the more animated section following[1] the songlike cantabile. The cabaletta formed as part of an evolution from early 19th century. — “Cabaletta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • "Within" substituted for mere "in" attempts an imagined noble style but fails: A Cabaletta is form of aria within 19th century Italian opera. Simplest is always best. -- Wetman (talk) 10:58, 25 January 2008 (UTC) Retrieved from "". — “Talk:Cabaletta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Cantabile is used as a noun to mean the first half of a double aria, followed by a cabaletta. Aria · Aria di sorbetto · Arioso · Bel canto · Breeches role · Burletta · Cabaletta · Cadenza · Cantabile · Castrato · Cavatina · Chest voice · Claque · Coloratura · Comprimario · Convenienze · Coup de glotte. — “Cantabile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

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