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pastiche

(păstēsh`, pä–), work of art that combines themes and styles from various sources in such a way as to appear obviously derivative. Pastiches are frequently passed off as works by the artists from whom the motifs and figures were taken.

Pastiche

Inappropriate architectural ornament added after the original work is completed.

pastiche

the mixing of styles and genres which is characteristic of postmodern cultural forms (e.g. in architecture).

Pastiche

 

(pasticcio), an opera in which the music (arias, duets, and so forth) is borrowed from various popular operas and provided with a new libretto, or in which the music is created by two or more composers, each of whom, as a rule, writes one act. The pastiche was popular in 18th-century Italy. The term is also applied to other musical works created by two or more composers, especially variations.

pastiche

A mixture of materials, forms, motifs, and/or styles; often incongruous.

pastiche

, pasticcio
1. a work of art that mixes styles, materials, etc.
2. a work of art that imitates the style of another artist or period
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68) Handel did not mount a season of oratorios in 1746, offering only the patriotic pasticcio, the Occasional Oratorio, to make up a deficiency in the promised number of performances during the previous season.
This is the more absurd, in that the text was contaminated by the popular two-act French pasticcio, Bertholde a la cour which enjoyed great popularity in Paris throughout the season of 1753-54: this adaptation clearly suggested to Bottarelli some of the shifts effected upon Goldoni's original.
Fie intricately dissects the wholesale revisions undertaken to create this pasticcio, including a detailed chart illustrating structural variations between the original opera, two versions of the French libretto, and the bilingual orchestral score published in 1790.
malgrado resti una certa ambiguita, penso che in fondo Elica non sia complice del pasticcio combinato dall'aiutoregista, che pretende prestazioni sessuali dalle aspiranti attrici.
Big family get-togethers with the table groaning under the weight of traditional Greek and Cypriot dishes - moussaka, dolmades (stuffed vine leaves), pasticcio (a Greek version of lasagne using penne) kleftico, roast potatoes and salads.
Avoiding the recreation of yet another pasticcio, Sardelli left the work without its lost third act.
dove pasty sta per pasticcio ed e il termine che, almeno nell'auspicio del traduttore, piu si avvicina al tortano di Basile.
Each author's essay is closely related to their previously published, wellknown contributions to Handel scholarship: thus we have Winton Dean investigating Handel's pasticcio Jupiter in Argos (recently reconstructed by John H.
non e piu quello dell'epoca del papa Re, ma quello educato dal comitato romano che sorse nel '53; che poi e stato alle scuole italiane, che ha aperto la mente illuminata dal giornalismo del Chauvet: del popolo che intuisce il gran pasticcio presente, facendo un pasticcio di patria indipendenza, di religione, di liberta, di Re costituzionale, di storia patria, di uomini grandi, di animali, di monumenti.
Additionally, Atlas Park offers many options to entice its shoppers' palate, with national chains such as Johnny Rockets, California Pizza Kitchen, Chili's Bar & Grill and Cold Stone Creamery, as well as many flourishing local restaurants including Manor Oktoberfest, a casual German eatery serving up bratwurst, sauerbraten and a variety of German beers, the Zagat-praised Pasticcio offering authentic Italian cuisine from its new expanded operation in Queens and Shiro of Japan, a sushi-and teppanyaki-restaurant.
Musical theatre in the chart above includes The Beggar's Opera, The Jovial Crew, Love in a Village, The Maid of the Mill and Summer's Tale as ballad or pasticcio operas; Comus and Alfred as masques; The Capricious Lovers (aka Amintas), Almena, Pharnaces, Midas and Artaxerxes as operas and all Lenten oratarios.