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clarino

(klæˈriːnəʊ)
adj
(Music, other) of or relating to a high passage for the trumpet in 18th-century music
n, pl -nos or -ni (-nɪ)
1. (Music, other) the high register of the trumpet
2. (Instruments) an organ stop similar to the high register of the trumpet
3. (Instruments) a trumpet or clarion
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14, go to CCP Chairman Nick Lizaso, Leo Valdez, Phillip Juico, Nancy Chiongbian, Shielah Martinez, Danilo Clarino, Grace Tapia, Vergel Danaytan, Ryan Palma, Joshua Dionisio, Domingo Pabalate, Atty.
Certo non mancano reminiscenze letterarie,3 quando nelle feste di paese la banda e la musica del clarino fanno sovvenire di Nuto nella Luna e i falo (Pavese, 1950), o quando Rocco, "Pulce rossa", porta l'acqua da bere ai braccianti in un ruolo che in termini romanzeschi e lo stesso di Gisella in Paesi tuoi (Pavese, 1941).
Evocative military calls in the clarino and violin open the piece brilliantly, while impassioned triple stops on the violin suggest defiance, resilience, and strength.
Slic footwear is made from cow and buffalo leather, polyurethane and Clarino material.
In the music collection at Kromenz, for example, clarino parts in concertos are occasionally substituted for the horns commonly found in other sources.
9) He became known as one of the teachers of Karl Houdek (10) and Giovanni Punto (who had multiple teachers), and as the inventor of the clarino technique.
La bruna suona il clarino, la bionda il flauto traverso, entrambe si chiamano Paola.
We began with Bach (of course) and his Fantasia in G major BWV 572 showed the organ's compass, for the melody starts on high - sounding like the clarino trumpet Bach was fond of - and snaking its way down to the pedals.
Quarryman's Lament marries blues roots with Far Eastern instrumentation and a spine-tingling cover of Tim Hardin's Bird On A Wire opens with wailing Greek clarino before building guitar crunch.
But a Greek bouzouki and a clarino add to the world beat flavor.
Esses resultados tem sido visualizados com mais volume quando conciliado com o turismo rural, conforme Sulzbacher, Clarino e Silveira (2008).