terzetto


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terzetto

(tɜːˈtsɛtəʊ)
n, pl -tos or -ti (-tɪ)
(Classical Music) music a trio, esp a vocal one
[C18: Italian: trio; see tercet]
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Noun1.terzetto - the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and oneterzetto - the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
digit, figure - one of the elements that collectively form a system of numeration; "0 and 1 are digits"
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A reference to the town of Serravalle is found on the title page of one of Viani's manuscripts: this is the Terzetto nell'Opera L'inganno felice del celebre M[degrees] Rossini MDCCCXXIII [1823] (45).
Highly pleasing is the colour of the terzetto in the madrigal Damigella tutta bella.
Although the Pasta sang Norma according to Bellini's intentions, it was the Malibran who first made the well-known terzetto " Oh
As Act II progressed, and with the treacherous high D of the Act I terzetto behind her, Gauvin gained constantly in assurance.
Joseph Green observes that Leveridge's tune is similar to 'a Terzetto by Buononcini'.
Artemide, assieme ad Atena ed Estia, forma il terzetto delle dee vergini irremovibili, quelle che nessuna divinita puo blandire, che niente e nessuno sara in grado di corrompere e di contaminare.
I sedici studi monografici del volume coprono un campione di occorrenze ben selezionato che va da I Malavoglia di Giovanni Verga a un terzetto di opere di Antonio Tabucchi pubblicate nell'ultimo decennio.
SPRINGFIELD - Chamber Music Amici presents a program that includes Ludwig van Beethoven's Trio in E-flat for piano, violin and cello and Anton'n Dvor[sz]k's Terzetto for two violins and viola at 7:30 p.
The programme for the opening concert in St Briavels Church tomorrow is based around three contrasting works by Czech composers; Janacek's evocative and impassioned violin sonata, Dvorak's folk-tinged String Trio, Terzetto, and duets for violin and viola by Martinu, inspired by the English Madrigals of two centuries before.
Una terzina del Petrarca"), 105-07 (Coriolano Martirano, "Amore fa gli uomini balordi: Comento a un terzetto del Petrarca.
174, de Mozart; Terzetto, de Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904); Quinteto con piano no.