cavatina


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cavatina

(ˌkævəˈtiːnə)
n, pl -ne (-nɪ)
1. (Classical Music) a solo song resembling a simple aria
2. (Classical Music) an instrumental composition reminiscent of this
[C19: from Italian]
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Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 is supported by Newcastle City Coun-cil, the '45 Aid Society, A Living Tradition, Anne Frank Trust UK, Northern Cultural Projects, Newcastle University, Dandy Events, Curious Arts, LGBT History Project NE, Cavatina Chamber Music Trust and the Brundibar Arts Festival.
Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 is supported by Newcastle City Council, the '45 Aid Society, A Living Tradition, Anne Frank Trust UK, Northern Cultural Projects, Newcastle University, Dandy Events, Curious Arts, LGBT History Project NE, Cavatina Chamber Music Trust and the Brundibar Arts Festival.
In this year's show, there are many new numbers, including Cavatina, Don't Cry For Me Argentina and well-known Cliff songs.
An example occurring early in the opera is a twelve-measure passage in Riccardo's cavatina (no.
In his collection, we find manuscript score excerpts from his opera, Luigi Fiesco, to a libretto by Lazzaro Damezzano (16), as well as the cavatina "Fin ch'io rimanga in vita" from L'Alessandro nelle Indie (1831) to a text by Pietro Metastasio, the arietta da camera "Destra adorata e cara", two excerpts from the opera Il proscritto di Messina (1832) to a libretto by Felice Romani (17), and some piano variations.
Desde que se presenta en publico por vez primera, en tertulia musical de las que organizaba una senora de apellido Galvan, Angela Peralta sorprende por su voz diafana y el ardor con que acomete la cavatina de Belisario, de Bellini.
A leitora, que e minha amiga e abriu este livro com o fim de descansar da cavatina de ontem para a valsa de hoje, quer fecha-lo as pressas, ao ver que beiramos um abismo.
Tenor Mario Zeffiri, replacing Matthew Polenzani on dauntingly short notice for his Met debut, did commendable work in the title role: he acted with ardor and sang well with his sweet, smallish voice, shaping his last-act cavatina beautifully but falling short of the power and drive needed for the cabaletta.
Aurea was formed in 2011 and in its first year won joint first prize in the Cavatina Intercollegiate Quartet Competition in London.
CAVATINA DUO at Unitarian Universalist Church on March 19.
Bach: Air on the G-String, BWV1068; Fugue in G-minor "Little," BWV578; Bruckner: Andante in D , Lowell Shaw: Frippery 9 "Charleston"; Frippery 14 "Something in Two"; Stanley Myer: Cavatina.