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extravaganza

extravaganza (from It. ‘stravaganza’). A mus. work which intentionally caricatures conventional procedures, such as Mozart's Ein musikalische Spass (A Musical Joke), and especially a 19th-cent. Eng. form of stage entertainment with mus.

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extravaganza

ex·trav·a·gan·za / ikˌstravəˈganzə/ • n. an elaborate and spectacular entertainment or production: an extravaganza of dance in many forms.

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