divertimento
(di-VER-tee-men-toe)


[It.] - [Eng] - [Ger.]


Term used to describe a style of light, short composition common in the Classical era, usually including between five and nine movements, and performed by a chamber ensemble or a soloist.

See also [Eng.] divertimento; [Fr.] divertissement (m); [Ger.] Divertimento (n); [It.] divertimento (m); [Abbr.] divert.; [Abbr.] div.


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