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con·cer·to

 (kən-chĕr′tō)
n. pl. con·cer·tos or con·cer·ti (-tē)
A composition for an orchestra and one or more solo instruments, typically in three movements.

[Italian, concert; see concert.]

concerto

(kənˈtʃɛətəʊ)
n, pl -tos or -ti (-tɪ)
1. (Classical Music) a composition for an orchestra and one or more soloists. The classical concerto usually consisted of several movements, and often a cadenza. See also sonata1, symphony1
2. (Classical Music) another word for ripieno
[C18: from Italian: concert]

con•cer•to

(kənˈtʃɛr toʊ, -ˈtʃɜr-)

n., pl. -tos, -ti (-ti)
a musical composition usu. in three movements for one or more solo instruments and orchestra.
[1720–30; < Italian, <concertare; see concert (v.)]

concerto

concert
1. 'concerto'

A concerto /kən'tʃeətəʊ/ is a piece of classical music written for one or more solo instruments and an orchestra.

...Beethoven's Violin Concerto.
2. 'concert'

Note that you do not call a performance of music given by musicians a 'concerto'. You call it a concert /'kɒnsət/.

She had gone to the concert that evening.

concerto

A work for a solo instrument, with orchestral accompaniment.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.concerto - a composition for orchestra and a soloist
classical, classical music, serious music - traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste
concerto grosso - a baroque composition for orchestra and a group of solo instruments
Translations
قِطْعَة موسيقيه حِواريّهكُونْشيرتو
koncert
koncert
konsertto
koncert
versenymûversenymű
konsert
コンチェルト
협주곡
koncerts
koncert
musikstycke
bản concertocông xéc tôcông-xéc-tô

concerto

[kənˈtʃɛətəʊ] N (concertos, concerti (pl)) [kənˈtʃɛətiː]concierto m

concerto

[kənˈtʃɛərtəʊ] nconcerto mconcert promoter npromoteur/trice m/fconcert tour ntournée f de concertsconcert venue nlieu m de concert

concerto

nKonzert nt, → Concerto nt

concerto

[kənˈtʃɛətəʊ] nconcerto

concerto

(kənˈtʃəːtəu) plural conˈcertos noun
a piece of music written for one or more solo instruments and orchestra. a piano concerto.

concerto

كُونْشيرتو koncert koncert Concerto κοντσέρτο concierto konsertto concerto koncert concerto コンチェルト 협주곡 concerto konsertstykke koncert composição musical, concerto концерт musikstycke การเล่นเพลงคลาสสิคที่มีนักร้องเดี่ยวหนึ่งหรือมากกว่าหนึ่งคน konçerto bản concerto 协奏曲
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In any case, the Baroque music on this latest disc from Tafelmusik consists of various concerti, which the booklet note explains got its meaning in part from the Latin word concertare, meaning "to contend, dispute, debate," and from the Italian, meaning "to agree, arrange, get together.
The New Harvard Dictionary of Music states that the word concerto comes from the Italian concertare, to join together, and that it is related to the Latin concertare, which means to fight or contend.
Viadana's Salmi a quattro chori per cantare, e concertare nelle gran solennita di tutto l'anno (Venice: Giacomo Vincenti, 1612) mirrors almost exactly the contents of Gallo's Salmi del Re David.

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