canzonetta


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canzonetta

(ˌkænzəˈnɛtə) or

canzonet

n
(Classical Music) a short cheerful or lively song, typically of the 16th to 18th centuries
[C16: Italian canzonetta, diminutive of canzone]
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Until December 31, The Core Theatre, Solihull MUSIC Christmas Spectacular Alan Titchmarsh hosts seasonal music and classic hits from the London Concert Orchestra, the Canzonetta Choir and singers Laura Tebbutt, Anna Patalong and Nico Darmanin.
27) Attraverso questa canzonetta, l'autore permette allo spettatore di entrare nella vita giornaliera del boss, di essere maggiormente partecipe della sua piccolezza e infine della mancanza di quel potere di cui in apparenza si fregia.
Chapter 1 explores Vecchi's development of a new musical genre, that of the four-voice canzonetta.
All four players evoked the world of A Midsummer Night's Dream in the charmed, quicksilver shimmer of the Canzonetta second movement and they brought the turbulent finale to its resolution - as with the Beethoven - at the very last moment.
v=TemLwQrhYeQ The Shawshank Redemption In this classic film, one of the prison inmates risks the consequences to play Mozart's Canzonetta Sull'aria (from The Marriage of Figaro) over the prison tannoy.
Earlier, we'd heard Charlotte Moseley as soloist in Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto; an accomplished, energetic performance with a big heart - the tone of her lower strings as she duetted with the clarinet in the Canzonetta was particularly treasurable.
Her playing of the solo cadenza was mesmeric in its intensity, and there was a calm serenity to the Andante Canzonetta ("little song") second movement which led directly into the final Allegro vivacissimo movement which was played with great confidence and panache.
Chapters one through seven treat Barber's compositions, from H-1 (each of Barber's compositions now have an "H" number), a composition for solo piano by the seven-year old composer entitled "Sadness" (1917), to H-146, a Canzonetta for Oboe and Orchestra (1978-81).
First Quarter: Red Orchid v Volga Empress, Kinielty Jazz v Missy Katie, Sandyman Magic v Fingal Developer, Adios Belle v Galbally Ellen, Cooga Music v Killahys Babe, Bermuda Magic v Runaway Mitzy, Canzonetta v Smart Ali (Moat Ali), Peace And Quiet v Duchess.
Brief is the comment after Neifile's ballad: "Assai fu e dal re e da tutte le donne comendata la canzonetta di Neifile [.
Aunque se trate del final de la obra, la aceleracion de tempo con respecto a la canzonetta anterior--se pasa del Allegretto en 6/8 anterior a un Allegro en 2/4, ambos en Si bemol mayor--dota al pasaje de cierto aire de stretta, procedimiento habitual en los concertantes operisticos del siglo XVIII para plasmar confusion.
Pero mas alla de Praz, de Visconti y del punado de morbidos admiradores de esa vida peligrosa del poeta italiano, que lo leemos y lo escuchamos aqui y alla, como si fuera una canzonetta de Leoncavallo o una aria de la olvidada Francesca de Rimini (1902), es dificil vender a D'Annunzio en el siglo XXI.