Attacca


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At`tac´ca


1.(Mus.) Attack at once; - a direction at the end of a movement to show that the next is to follow immediately, without any pause.
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attacca vibra a causa della deflagrazione della bomba che uccide il giudice Chinnici.
US-based Attacca International and Milestone Business Developments served as financial advisors to Dallas, Texas-based investment consulting firm Larry Thompson and Associates in its acquisition by US-based investment consulting, portfolio management, and research services company Fund Evaluation Group, the firms said.
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which are strung together with an attacca given after each song, as the cycle rushes headlong from the first story to the last.
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4-6 with the Czech Philharmonic turned out far better than Neumann's recordings made in the 198os - with calm tempos, proportionately balanced, albeit not including the attacca connection between the second and third movements, as required by Dvoi-ak.
There are four movements, of which the first is the most substantial, and the last three are connected attacca.
He spent several months filming the Juilliard School's Attacca String Quartet as they learned Opus 131, coached by some of the world's great chamber musicians.
The director approached the Attacca Quartet to document their learning Beethoven's String Quartet number 14, Opus 131, which became the centerpiece of the movie.
To judge from the narrative sequence, and also from Sergei's injunction, "Stop playing," a verb denoting the cessation of activity, Masha, who appears to be observing Beethoven's own attacca subito directive, can hardly have played more than a few measures before being curbed.