Definition of Preludi
1. preludio [n] - See also: preludio
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Literary usage of Preludi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Photographic History of the Civil War ...: Thousands of Scenes by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Robert Sampson Lanier (1911)
"Tills crossing of Bull Run, was on July 18, 1801, the scene of ;i lively preludi- to the first great combat. General Daniel Tyler, commanding ..."
2. History of the English People: Volume III (1307-1461) by John Richard Green (1879)
"Words yet bolder, and which sound like a preludi} to the Petition of Right, met the claim of absolutism which was so frequently on the new king's lips. ..."
3. The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of by William Thomas Lowndes (1864)
"This curious and estimable trea tlse, which we are told is only a preludi or preface to another larger volume, no published, though anonymously, ..."
4. Otello: A Lyric Drama in Four Acts by Giuseppe Verdi, Arrigo Boito (1888)
"Ogni notte in tal guisa Cassie preludi* al tonno. 'ONTANO. Otello il sappia. ASSIO ( come sopra). Andiamo ai baluardi . ..."
5. Poetry as a Representative Art: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics by George Lansing Raymond (1899)
"—preludi, 14 : Wordsworth. Now look at the effects of illustrative representation upon descriptions of persons, as in this : O what a noble mind is here ..."