Flauto


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Flau´to

    (flou´tô)
n.1.A flute.
Flauto piccolo
an octave flute.
Flauto traverso
the German flute, held laterally, instead of being played, like the old flûte à bec, with a mouth piece at the end.
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calameli, canoini; petit flacon allonge avec lequel on prend des echantillons de vin par la bonde de futs"; al contempo, la (poiche, come "canto", e femminile in provenzale e non maschile) canto-bruno e anche il flauto silvestre, tipico del mondo rurale e soprattutto pastorale, come nella citazione riportata (19).
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Libreto de Antonio Maria Lucchini y musica de David Perez, Napoles: Girolamo Flauto.
Sul tavolo sono distribuiti poi, come in esposizione, a soddisfare la curiosita dello spettatore, anche una spinetta, un flauto e un violino.
Canciones Sefarditas: para Soprano, Flauto y Guitarra.
Flauto in Decembre-Katya Chausheva, Antonio Palmerini--Until January 15
4), bravo a cantare versi; Tamico eccelle nel suono del flauto (calamos inflare leuis, v.
At 2pm the Walled Garden will echo to the harmonies of the Circle Singers, from Leamington, Flauto Dolce recorder group and Ben Matthias on melodeon until 4pm.
22) Another protegee of the ospedali, Anna Bon de Venezia (1740-after 1767), who had been admitted to the Ospedale della Pieta at the age of three, had her VI Sonate da camera per il flauto traversiere e violoncello e cembalo published in Nuremberg in 1756 by the widow of Balthasar Schmidt, one of the bestknown German music publishers at the time.
Both Cosi fan Tutte and Die Zauberflaute (produced in Italian, under the title Il Flauto Magico) premiered on the King's Theatre stage in 1811.
From this time on Universal Edition published practically everything that Schulhoff wrote: the piano Ostinato, which is a playful, sprightly celebration of the birth of his son, the Sonata for Piano dedicated to Thomas Mann, the Deuxieme suite pour piano, the Duo for Violin and Piano with dedication to Leos Janacek, Concertino per flauto, viola e Contrabasso, the 1st Symphony, second string quartet, Cinq etudes de jazz for piano, Deuxieme Sonate pour piano, Sonate pour violon seul, piano Esquisses de jazz, and Ten Syncopated Etudes for piano called Hot Music, mainly pieces from 1923 - 1928.