[It., plural - Intermezzi]
- A comic play with music performed between the acts, popular in the 16th and 17th centuries in France and Italy.
- An instrumental interlude between the acts of a performance.
- A short, lyric composition, often for the piano.
- In the old dance suite, this term refers to two to four short dance movements between the sarabande and the gigue.
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