I saw him first in a gondola the night of the serenata—and then at the Armenian convent.
And then I've promised to compose you a serenata, with seventy-five verses.
He also provided a secular entertainment in the shape of Parnaso in festa, described as a serenata.
The doorway was empty; the evening serenata of a robin filled the hush.
He therefore begged him to write a serenata without delay, for the time was approaching when it was to be performed.
Then Nora's sweet, high soprano voice began the "serenata" to the subdued tinkling accompaniment of Reddy's mandolin.
An energetic clapping of hands, from other windows as well as those of Marjories room, greeted the close of the serenata.
In form the serenata resembles those written for the complete orchestra.
It was not a revision of the serenata which he wrote at Naples, but an entirely new work.
In 1743 was written the serenata Solomon, in which occurs the favourite song “Softly rise, O southern breeze.”