A chiefly 18th-century form of instrumental chamber music having several short movements.
An expression of praise, admiration, or congratulation.
A poem suitable for setting to music or singing.
Music can stay in your head long after hearing it. Called an ""earworm,"" this is caused by a stimulation of the brain's auditory cortex that fills in parts of a song that you have heard before and ""plays"" the song in your brain.
A piece of music sung or composed for singing
Find another word for serenades. In this page you can discover 6 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for serenades, like: divertimenti, compliments, melodies, nocturnes, musics and songs.