AskDefine | Define humoresque

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  1. A composition that is playful in attitude and tone.

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Humoresque by Media:Antonin Leopoid Dvorak(or Humoreske) is a genre of romantic music characterized by pieces with fanciful humor in the sense of mood rather than wit. In the beginning of the the piece it gives you a moment of happniess and then it has a great taste of romance. Nearly in the end part, the Dvorak plays with the note, so there is a little humour add in. It has some bit of the piece has a romance in it and in some part it has a little taste of humour.One of the most known piece in the whole world. A Beautiful romance and a site humour. (Suzuki Voilin School School Volume 3 edited a violin piece of Humoresque.

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humoresque in German: Humoreske
humoresque in Korean: 유머레스크
humoresque in Japanese: ユーモレスク
humoresque in Polish: Humoreska (muzyka)
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