praeludium


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praeludium

(prɪˈluːdɪəm)
n, pl -ia (-ɪə)
(Classical Music) a prelude, now predominantly in a musical context
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The Praeludium is an exciting up-tempo frolic, followed by a lovely Sarabande, and then a lilting, jaunty Gavotte, very pleasant.
Charles Episcopal Church, performing "Praeludium in C;" "Praeludium et Fuge in E" from The Cathedral; "Schmcke dich" from The 18 Great Preludes; "Orgelbchlein;" "Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes-Sohn;" "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme;" "Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich;" "Das alt Jahr vergangen ist;" "In dir ist Freude;" "O Mensch bewein dein Snde gross;" "Heut triumphieret Gotts Sohn," "We nur den lieben Gott last walten" ; "Ich fur zu dir Jesus Christ" ; "Fuga in G" from The Little; and "Toccata et Fuge in d"
After playing a few bars of Kreisler Praeludium and Allegro.
Paul Klee (1879-1940) Praeludium fur ein Standchen (Prelude to a Serenade), 1940, coloured paste on wrinkled wrapping paper on cardboard, 23 x 44 cm, 220,000 [euro]-240,000
In the Praeludium to Cynthia's Revels (1600-01), acted at Blackfriars by the Children of the Chapel, Jonson suggests that indoor theatres did not employ painted cloths, by making one of the boys say as follows: "Slid the Boy takes me for a peice of Prospectiue [sic] (I holde my life) or some silke Curtine, come to hang the Stage here: Sir Cracke I am none of your fresh Pictures, that vse to beautifie the decay'd dead Arras, in a publique Theater" (Q1, A4r).
We pointed our iPod Touch toward our computer, which was playing Kreisler's Praeludium and Allegro in the style of Pugnani, and it was instantly identified.
The concert was dedicated to the memory of Frank Shaw, former Chairman of Governors, and he would have been so proud of these young people, who could encompass the abrasiveness of Tippett in his Praeludium for Brass, Bells and Percussion (they missed a trick by not playing the Ritual Dances from Midsummer Marriage on this day of all days), and the sonorous nostalgia of Delius' Sea Drift.
His programme for Huddersfield includes D Buxtehude: Praeludium in G minor, L Vierne: Naiades, and J S Bach: Two Preludes.
In the "Praeludium" (almost certainly by Richard Brome) (77) to Thomas Goffe's The Careless Shepherdess (revised c.
A real high point came at the Praeludium to the Benedictus, a quite delicious, almost Wagnerian passage for lower strings and woodwind, played ever so delicately with real depth of feeling.
Daniel won the section for his violin solo, in which he played Kreisler's Praeludium und Allegro.