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recital
used in Main Street

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Definition
a performance such as music, dance, or a poetry reading
  • She reveled in the Art Institute, in symphonies and violin recitals and chamber music, in the theater and classic dancing.
    Chapter 1 (86% in)
  • In her affection for Raymie's defender, in her desire to "discover artistic talent," Carol prepared to be delighted by the recital.
    Chapter 6 (63% in)
  • Miss Ella Stowbody obliged with a recital of "The Recessional" and extracts from "Lalla Rookh."
    Chapter 11 (14% in)
  • As she flitted up Sixteenth Street after a Kreisler recital, given late in the afternoon for the government clerks, as the lamps kindled in spheres of soft fire, as the breeze flowed into the street, fresh as prairie winds and kindlier, as she glanced up the elm alley of Massachusetts Avenue, as she was rested by the integrity of the Scottish Rite Temple, she loved the city as she loved no one save Hugh.
    Chapter 37 (20% in)

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