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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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  • In theatre:
    • a short Play (theatre) or, in general, any representation between parts of a larger stage production: see entr'acte
    • Morality play, a modern critical term describing Medieval and early Tudor theatrical entertainments that were known as "Interludes"
    • Entr'acte, a short play-within-a-play within a larger theatrical work
  • In music:
    • a section in a movement of a musical piece, see: Bridge (music) or Break (music)
    • a piece of music composed of one or more movements, to be inserted between sections of another composition: see also intermezzo, and for the Baroque era: sinfonia
    • Entr'acte, a piece of music performed between acts of a theatrical production
  • General:
    • a period of time between or interrupting a larger one

Interlude can refer to:

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