Rhap·so·dy n.; pl. Rhapsodies
1. A recitation or song of a rhapsodist; a portion of an epic poem adapted for recitation, or usually recited, at one time; hence, a division of the Iliad or the Odyssey; -- called also a book.
2. A disconnected series of sentences or statements composed under excitement, and without dependence or natural connection; rambling composition. “A rhapsody of words.” --Shak. “A rhapsody of tales.”
3. Mus. A composition irregular in form, like an improvisation; as, Liszt's “Hungarian Rhapsodies.”
n : an epic poem adapted for recitation