In the smooth and melodious style of an air; ariose.
(Ital.) : Lyrical manner midway in style between recitative and aria, esp. in operatic solo scenes; often applied to similar kinds of sonata and concerto movements as well.
A singing style between aria and recitative.
An arioso has a melody like an aria, but advances the story like a recitative.
(music) a short recitative that is melodic but is not an aria
are-ee-OH-so]: a texture which is partly lyrical and expressive and partly recitative or speech-like
ah-ree- oh-soh] Sometimes used to identify vocal or instrumental music in a lyrical style.
A singing style between recitative and aria.
a song which is between an aria and a recitative. has a melody like an aria, but advances the plot's action like a recitative.
a term loosely used to describe a piece for solo voice that is neither quite an aria nor recitative. An arioso did not normally follow any strict form or structure and, while 'melodic', never had the finely wrought melodic content expected of an aria.
Short, aria-like passage.
In classical music, arioso is a style of solo opera singing between recitative and aria. Literally, arioso means airy. The term arose in the 16th century along with the aforementioned styles and monody.