intrada


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intrada

(ɪnˈtrɑːdə)
n
an introductory piece of music; prelude
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Gusto ko talagang pag-yamanin 'yung Ka-pampangan culture, 'yung Ka-pampangan song, gusto ko siyang i-introduce mainstream para kakaiba naman 'yung intrada ko," he said.
This contract is to supply its Intrada ALPR automatic image review system for MDXs electronic toll collection program.
The 48-strong Honley MVC was in top form while current Yorkshire champion band Carlton Main Frickley Colliery were quite brilliant and set the tone for the evening with the lively Festive Intrada for openers.
Appalachian Winter" Christmas Concert - Community Chorus of Florence, Intrada Bell Choir, jazz , children's choir, instrumental, 2 p.
The gradated dynamics and inventive work with details even make the listener forget about the trumpets' failure in the final Intrada.
Bay Area label Intrada, founded by Douglass Fake in 1985, began by releasing contemporary soundtracks, Varese's main business, but moved into archival releases in 1988.
Called Intrada, the piece was composed to celebrate the opening of a new building at Aberystwyth University.
Havea di la sua chamera la donna un uscio chiuso che la dentro andava, che per disuso nessuna persona di tale intrada piu si ricordava, ma amor che industria neli animi sperona mostro alla donna cio che la cercava che per tal via benche per longa arte de l'uscio aperse la piu dextra parte.
Clywed yr un intrada neu'r un fendith fel agor a chloi'r galon.
It has three parts which included intrada, capriccio notturno ed Arioso and Passacaglia and Toccata e Corale.
The spiky rhythms of the Intrada as well as the gentle Berceuse, which turned into something of a fortissimo "reveille", contrasted with the chattering of the Procession and Dance.
Quan fon venguda et intrada E la tersa mouta sonada, Adoncs venc le fers aversiers Per digastendonz totz derriers.