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soli

(ˈsəʊlɪ)
adj, adv
(Classical Music) music (of a piece or passage) to be performed by or with soloists. Compare tutti
[plural of solo]
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676: But Hesiod says that Amphilochus was killed by Apollo at Soli.
Contact point(s): Kopalnia Soli Wieliczka SpElka Akcyjna
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I think the LG should consider the views of former attorney general Soli Sorabjee that the 2002 diktat of the Home Ministry is unconstitutional.
The soli (two soprani, tenor, haute-contre, bass) all have solos that describe the Latin text in an emotional or dramatic fashion but it is the entire choir that creates much of the magnificence of this work, as it moves in waves ever higher as the piece progresses.
Festival founder John Metcalf is one of 15 contemporary composers commissioned by Soli Deo Gloria to produced a piece based on a psalm of their choice.
Over the last 10 years, under the leadership of Alberto, GDM has grown significantly and has become one of the most important players in our industry," says Soli.
In 2012, Soli and Acision announced the formation of a strategic alliance that would enable the joint creation of a new innovative mobile engagement model, providing global corporations the broadest and most direct reach to consumers through mobile messaging.
American author Soli received the fiction prize for her first novel The Lotus Eaters.
Soli served his patients for more than 53 years as a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist.
The spaniel Soli featured last time now has a new home
Soli S(A)TB, coro SATB, flauto traverso, 2 oboi, 2 fagotti, corno, 2 trombe, timpani, 2 violini, viola and basso continuo (Violoncello solo/violoncello/ contrabbasso/contrafagotto, organo/cembalo).