Definition of intrada
: a musical introduction or prelude especially in 16th and 17th century music : entreé
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Origin and Etymology of intrada
modification of Italian intrata, entrata entrance, introduction, from feminine of intrato, entrato, past participle of intrare, entrare to enter, from Latin intrare
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