noun, plural ar·i·et·tas, ar·i·et·te [ar-ee-et-uh; Italian ah-ree-et-te]. /ˌær iˈɛt ə; Italian ˌɑ riˈɛt tɛ/. Music.
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Both songs have choruses and the third is a quite extended arietta with pianoforte alone.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
Arietta ran as far as she could go, and then she came in contact with the painted curtain.
Young Wild West's two partners and Arietta were soon out of sight.
She gave us first the arietta, Where are now the Hopes Ive cherished?The Black Swan at Home and Abroad|Anonymous
This excellent actress has already partially corrected herself of a kind of slowness, which is only suitable to the arietta.Later Queens of the French Stage|H. Noel Williams