A piece of music played between other pieces or between the verses of a hymn
A temporary amusement or source of entertainment that contrasts with what goes before or after
the romantic interlude withered rapidly once he was back in town
an intervening period or episode
perform an interlude; "The guitar player interluded with a beautiful improvisation"
a brief show (music or dance etc) inserted between the sections of a longer performance
"Interlude" is a popular song written by Frank Skinner with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster. It was recorded by the McGuire Sisters in 1957 and released as the flip side of Around the World.
Interlude is a 1968 British drama film directed by Kevin Billington.
Interlude, released in 1999, is an album by German power metal band Iron Savior. The first five track were recorded live at Wacken Open Air Festival during the tour promoting the first album. ...
Interlude is the final studio album released by emcee Kool Moe Dee. The album failed to regain Moe Dee much of the success and popularity he had in the mid-80's.
Interlude is a stage illusion where one person appears to pass through the torso of another (the effect is also referred to as the "A Frame"). ...
"Interlude" is a single by Morrissey and Siouxsie Sioux released in August 1994. It was presented under the banner of "Morrissey & Siouxsie".
Interlude is an album by Saint Etienne. Released by Sub Pop in the US and Mantra (under licence from Sub Pop) in Canada, this 2001 collection featured UK b-sides and extra songs left over from the recording sessions for their 2000 album, Sound of Water.
Interlude is a jazz trio album recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi in San Francisco in 1987. It was released on the Concord Jazz record label.
An intervening episode, etc; An entertainment between the acts of a play; A short piece put between the parts of a longer composition; To provide with an interlude
Any musical passage that occurs between choruses in an arrangement, whether between the head and the first solo, within a solo, between solos, or between the last solo and the return to the head
a short instrumental passage or self-contained piece that is often provided by a composer to cover a change of scene or to move dramatically from one mood or atmosphere to another."
a short piece of instrumental music played between scenes and acts.
Short music used to bridge the acts of a play, or the verses of a hymn.
An additional section in a tune, especially one between one person's solo and another's. The Dizzy Gillespie standard A Night In Tunisia has a famous interlude.
Music usually played between sections of a musical or dramatic work.
short play or entertainment performed between courses of a banquet or other function in the early Renaissance; in England, interludes evolved into allegorical dramas and paved the way for secular plays.
in theatre, early form of English dramatic entertainment, sometimes considered to be the transition between medieval morality plays and Tudor dramas. ...
a short piece played between two larger ones
Music inserted between other pieces of music. Also music inserted between acts of plays or other non-musical events.
One of the early forms of Renaissance drama. These were short, usually comical, in nature and lacked the ponderous themes of the miracle and morality plays. Many of the plays of the Middle Ages and the early Renaissance primarily had religious themes. ...
An intermezzo; an instrumental strain or passage connecting the lines or stanzas of a hymn, etc.