Thesaurus / pasticcio

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On one occasion an old man sang quite glibly a tune which was in reality a pasticcio of three separate shanties all known to me.

Pasticcio di Maccheroni is an excellent macaroni pie, and Gnocchi di Patele are little knobs of paste boiled like macaroni.

He introduced a discordant pathological note, but the music of Richard Strauss may save his pasticcio.

A more repulsive tragi-comedy than this pasticcio of Sophocles and Seneca, can scarcely be imagined.

In the following year he produced 'Piramo e Tisbe,' a pasticcio, which failed completely.

The OperaR.A. Streatfeild

Pasticcio signifies an imitation of the mixed style of various artists.

Popular TalesMadame Guizot

His "Piramo e Tisbe" was a pasticcio,—an opera made up of tunes selected from his earlier works.

How Music DevelopedW. J. Henderson

His masses were pasticcio work made up of pieces selected from his operas and other compositions.

Great Musical ComposersGeorge T. Ferris

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