badinerie


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

badinerie

(bəˌdɪnəˈriː)
n
(Classical Music) music a name given in the 18th century to a type of quick, light movement in a suite
[French: a pleasantry]
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Some pieces included in the collection are well-known masterpieces, such as Badinerie from Orchestral Suite No.
Le fait est qu'il se mure dans un silence tres enigmatique, ne laissant echapper aucun signe, ni allusif ni sur le ton de la badinerie dont il est coutumier, sur ses veritables intentions.
He also wore a bizarre black ankle-length frock coat, as he played a lively rendition of Bach's Badinerie on a flute.
1 in C; Passepied;" "Bourree Brandenburg Concerto No 1 in F;" "Partita in B; Menuetto, Trio, Polacca, Duo Echo;" "Little" Fugue in G; "Suite in B minor: Badinerie Invention;" and "Suite No.
1 in B Minor (Minuet and Badinerie)' with flutist Francisco Candelaria.
Selected performances will feature the college's Badinerie Ensemble, with student singers joining the chorus.
Gordon will also be playing Bonnet - Variations de Concert; J S Bach - Badinerie; J S Bach - Prelude and Fugue in C; Andrew Carter - Passacaglia; Bosi - Giga; Widor - Andante Sostenuto (Symphonie Gothique); Vierne - Allegro Vivace and Final (Symphony 1).