bridge passage


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bridge passage

n
1. (Music, other) See bridge18
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) See bridge18
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The evocative first movement, with solo parts picked out in detail by Pesek, led into a languidly seductive second movement and, by way of a totally understated bridge passage, into the raucous finale.
Additionally, the bridge passage itself was only 800 feet wide between the two main support piers.