duettino


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duettino

(ˌdjuːɛˈtiːnəʊ)
n, pl -nos
(Music, other) music a duet that is brief and to the point
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recitative and duettino [from La donna del lago] (Milan: Ricordi, [1820]); Oh quanto son grate le pene d'amore, duet (Milan: Ricordi, [1821]); Saverio Mercadante.
The flutists changed gear in the succeeding piece, Doppler's Duettino Americain, and had fun rhapsodizing familiar American tunes culled from the "Star Spangled Banner" itself and "Yankee Doodle.
Araujo's former incarnation as a stage performer is manifest in such works as Duettino, 2001, in which the artist shouts out both voices of the Don Giovanni duet "La ci darem la mano" (There We Shall Join Hands) as the camera dramatically circles him, reducing the background to a flash of color; and Far de Donna, 2005, which imagines a contemporary castrato--shown rehearsing in a master class--whose mother lost her voice and recounts the episode in sign language with narrative adornment revolving around the Oedipal scenario of an absent father.
The camera moves from the warden's office (where Andy performs his modest, yet triumphant insubordination) toward the prison's yard, workshops, and infirmary: the viewer is shown the inmates completely astonished by the music (specifically, the Duettino "Sull'aria" from the second act), staring mesmerized at the loudspeakers.
The momentary bliss experienced by Red under the charm of the Duettino "Sull'aria" attests to the utopian emancipating potential of opera: Red goes through what Dolar calls "a direct elevation into a transmundane world" (that is, "a place of transcendence and utopian reconciliation") by the combined forces of drama and music (Dolar and Zizek 2002, 7).
Nel riprodursi la Nina in San Carlo, alia prima rappresentazione, in cui la celebre Coltellini faceva da protagonista, il pubblico fu commosso per modo, che nel duettino 'Il mio ben quando verra .
Duettino d'allegretto scherzando, for Violin and Piano (1947).
And in fact two of the four offerings here stem from Mozart, with Busoni's 1922 arrangement of the Fantasie fr eine Orgelwalze K608 (remarkably stern, Bachian stuff) and his Duettino Concertante, a transcription of the finale of Mozart's F major Piano Concerto K459, in which the sheer enjoyment of Schiller and Humphreys comes through irresistibly
This Birmingham Conservatoirefunded release brings us Divertimenti for basset-horn trio by Mozart and Anton Stadler, as well as a Duettino for two clarinets by the latter.
1930), written when he was a choirboy at Christ Church, Oxford, to the tiny Duettino for flute and oboe (1982) that he composed the year before his death, no composer was more singularly devoted to his art than Walton.