Definition of 'recital'
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Organ recitals are given during the summer. Collins Traveller - The Algarve (1993)In the same year he gave his first solo dance recital. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But solo recitals give her the shivers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He also had a captive audience for all his poetry recitals and stories. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She is an extraordinarily valuable and brilliant musician; solo recitals now are almost unknown. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What are the skills and physical gifts required for a Rachmaninov piano recital? Times, Sunday Times (2009)There will be a collection of onboard bicycles, and activities ranging from lectures and cooking demonstrations to music recitals. Times, Sunday Times (2015)April 11) to turn pages for his organ recitals. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She also visited Germany again, broadcasting and playing solo recitals in many of its cities. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So, expect a lot of one-man plays and piano recitals. Times, Sunday Times (2009)More so, anyway, than a piano recital. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Yet while he continued to give recitals into his 90th year, he seemed to prefer the security afforded by teaching and recording. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But there was a much bigger problem: the nature of the classical guitar itself and its core repertoire, as displayed in a solo recital. Times, Sunday Times (2011)With solos pared back, each musician playing a more or less equal role, the bandstand often had the aura of a chamber music recital. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But demand for solo cello recitals was not great, and although Greenhouse was well received by the critics he struggled to find an outlet for his gifts. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Each day there is a choice of three different morning walks, ranging from easy to hard, while in the afternoons there are poetry recitals and quizzes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Used Occasionally. recital is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'recital'
British English: recital NOUN
A recital is a performance of music or poetry, usually given by one person.
...a solo recital by the harpsichordist.
Definition of recital from the Collins English Dictionary
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