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esquisse

(ɛˈskiːs)
n
(Art Terms) an outline or sketch
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Selon les premiers elements esquisses, outre le centre d'affaires qui fonctionnera en H24, il est prevu des immeubles de bureaux, un parking a etages dote de toutes les prestations necessaires (stations d'essence, de lavage, etc.), ainsi qu'une station urbaine.
La spiritualite et la matiere se cotoient a merveille dans ses esquisses, en quete, perpetuellement de grace, de majeste et magnificence.
His topics include his final organ work </Livre du Saint Sacrement/>, a work for Yvonne Loriod: </Petites Esquisses d'oiseaux/>, </la constellation du Sagittaire/>, </les etioles et la Gloire, and </le chemin de l'/Invisible/>.
The doyen of French organ music, Marcel Dupr, is represented by his transcription of Purcell's Trumpet Tune and the fiendishly difficult Deux Esquisses, which Carr despatches with aplomb - the second's thunderous climax particularly impressive and well captured on this recording.
Summary: The dance piece "Esquisses," which closed out its six-performance run at the Monnot Theater Sunday, more or less delivered what choreographer May Ogden-Smith promised.
Des decors, des ornements et des graffitis ont ete esquisses pour sauvegarder le style et l'aspect historique et architectural du batiment, en plus des effets de luxe et magnificence qui ont ete ajoutes.
38; and the highly inventive yet often overlooked Esquisses, op.
He is showing himself to be one of the finest young keyboard artists before the public today,and he has recorded 48 Esquisses of Alkan.
Ici des embrassades, la des accolades, l'atmosphere est enjouee, les pas de danses sont quelque fois esquisses. La confiance est enfin tissee.