fantasia

[ fan-tey-zhuh, -zhee-uh, fan-tuh-zee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF fantasia

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They are good for a long journey, or a swift run, or a fantasia.

There's the piano, still open—a fantasia lies, you see, on the music-stand.

The fantasia is a spontaneous, every-man-on-his-own sort of an affair.

I recall this fantasia because I was so fortunate as to have heard it so near him.

He asked me if I had composed a fantasia on the Red Sarafan.

Bull returned the compliment by writing a Fantasia on a Fugue by Sweelinck.

What genius could have composed the Fantasia in C without such a passion!

This was in a fantasia on themes by Pacini, which he played in a most remarkable manner.

Every wretched bit of would-be-extra chic is called a fantasia.

I have to-day received your kind letter, and also the fantasia, and sonata a tre.

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