noun, plural fio·ri·tu·re [fee-awr-i-toor-ey, -ohr-; Italian fyaw-ree-too-re]. /fiˌɔr ɪˈtʊər eɪ, -ˌoʊr-; Italian ˌfyɔ riˈtu rɛ/. Music.
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Their songs were low and musical, not unlike the song of the canary, though there were no cadenzas or fioritura passages.The Dawn of Reason|James Weir
She neither added a single fioritura nor a single ornament which had not been noted by the composer.
Fioritura means embroidery, while cantabile means "song-like."Chopin and Other Musical Essays|Henry T. Finck
Valentine's prayer, if given, was so overlaid with fioritura that I did not feel sure of it.Julia Ward Howe|Laura E. Richards