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An ornamental passage performed near the close of a composition, usually improvised, and usually performed by a soloist. Cadenzas are mostly to be found in arias or a concerto.

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Definition of "Cadenza" by Chat GPT: A cadenza is an improvised or written-out ornamental passage played or sung by a soloist in a concerto or other work, often towards the end of a movement. It typically showcases the performer's virtuosity and creativity.
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