Related formsre·cit·al·ist, nounnon·re·cit·al, noun, adjectivepre·re·cit·al, noun
Examples from the Web for recital
She warbled and wobbled through the recital and was greeted with thunderous applause.
There is no fear, here—at least not of something as insignificant as a recital.
I do not propose to weary the reader by a recital of the program and a detailed account of each performance.The Young Musician|Horatio Alger
They also put on an annual recital and one year even gave a vaudeville show.Frying Pan Farm|Elizabeth Brown Pryor
After this recital, that the marchioness had listened to with sustained interest, there was a pause.The Flying Horseman|Gustave Aimard
He encouraged him to go through his ailments and his grievances and was visibly distressed by the recital.
There was no stopping Tom in his recital, and after many attempts Barney finally gave it up, and began unhitching his horse.The Doctor|Ralph Connor