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armonica

(ɑːˈmɒnɪkə)
n
(Instruments) a glass harmonica, being a musical instrument of the 18th century consisting of a set of glass bowls of graduated pitches, played by rubbing the fingers over the moistened rims or by a keyboard mechanism
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The scheme has been launched by professional choir Armonico Consort following a 12-week pilot of the Voice Squad, which was supported by Coventry City of Culture Trust's Great Place Scheme and Arts Council England.
Armonico Consort leaves its Warwick base this summer for an eight-date UK tour taking Supersize Polyphony 360 to a variety of venues in the Midlands, East Anglia, and the south of England.
I am going to feel like a child in a sweet shop, and I intend to eat lots!" | Armonico Consort brings Supersize Polyphony 360 to Malvern Theatres (July 5, 01684 892277), and Coventry Cathedral (July 6 01926 334418).
The concert, under the name L'estro Armonico, will be presented by the Childrens Musical Society of Paphos and feature Andreas Constantinou (violin), Nikolas Efthymiou (viola), Doros Zesimos (cello), Christo Ovcharov (double bass) and Natalia Lezedova (piano).
MUSIC Handel's Messiah An all-star cast of superb soloists - Elin Manahan Thomas, pictured, William Towers, Nathan Vale and Willard White - join the critically-acclaimed Armonico Consort, who perform on instruments of the period, giving a very special insight into how the work would have been heard in Handel's day.
30), que sea capaz de sacar a la luz el sentido unitario y armonico del ser humano, pero no desde una perspectiva teoretica, inerte e hipostatica, cuanto empenado en captar el fecundo dialogo entre la educacion y la vida, a fin de clarificar "cual es la necesidad de fondo a la que la educacion debe hallarse en grado de responder" (p.
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