The last part of a piece of music, a performance, or a public event, esp. when particularly dramatic or exciting
the festival ends with a grand finale
the closing section of a musical composition
stopping point: the temporal end; the concluding time; "the stopping point of each round was signaled by a bell"; "the market was up at the finish"; "they were playing better at the close of the season"
the concluding part of any performance
Finale is the second live double album (their 8th release) by singer/songwriter duo Loggins and Messina, released in early 1977 (see 1977 in music).
Finale is a 2009 horror film based on real life events, directed by John Michael Elfers and starring Carolyn von Hauck. ...
Dragon Ball: Finale (most commonly referred to as simply "Finale") is a fan-made roleplaying game based on Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball Z manga based on the Byond gaming software. Originally released in 2002, the game has received major updates, including sequels and a larger playerbase.
Finale is the flagship program of a series of proprietary scorewriters created by MakeMusic for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Finale is regarded as one of the industry standards for notation software
A series finale refers to the last installment of a television series. In many Commonwealth countries, the term final episode is commonly used. These terms refer to an intentionally planned ending, rather than one in which the series is unexpectedly cancelled after the last episode is produced. ...
"The Finale" is the name given to the final two episodes of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. They were the 179th and 180th episodes of the show and the 23rd and 24th episodes of the ninth season. It aired on May 14, 1998 to an audience of 76 million viewers. ...
The grand end of something, especially a show or piece of music; The chronological conclusion of a series of narrative works
(Finales) Especially in roulette it is a type of bet placed on a group of number ending with the same digit. For example, final 6 means a bet on 6, 16, 26 and 36; final 8 means a bet on the number 8, 18 and 28.
The ending segment of an act or scene.
Term used for the final and usually most intense part of a fireworks show. Individual fireworks sometimes have a sped up ending such as a 25 shot repeater shooting 20 shots at normal pace then the last 5 speed up or shoot at once.
Last song of an act, usually involving a large number of singers.
The last movement of a symphony or sonata, or the last selection of an opera.
The concluding segment of an act or the concluding segment of the entire opera. The finale is often a formal, extended work during which the principal characters have the opportunity to dramatically evolve their situations either to a climactic point or to the completion of the drama.
Final movement of a sonata, or related form such as a symphony or string quartet.
the last musical number of an opera or an act.
The last part of a trick or show. A magician usually tries to make this the best part.
Refers to either the final song or number in an opera or the final scene
String of shells fused together to fire rapidly in order from a rack of tubes (finale rack).
Italian word referring to the final movement of a large-scale work in several movements (such as a Symphony), or the final section of an Opera, often consisting of several subsections
The sixth and last page in the book is Bowser's Castle, separated into four sections. If the player managed to get all three Hearts from the Ocean level, then the player can choose to go through the machines of Mecha Castle, ride the many lifts of Lift Castle, maneuver through the Boos of Ghost ...
the last portion of a firework display. During a finale, the largest, loudest, and most exotic fireworks are ignited in huge quantities and in a short amount of time, creating an intense and beautiful display.
A finale is the end of a show, the last song, or the last performance.