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codetta

(kəʊˈdɛtə)
n
(Music, other) a short coda
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Debussy already sounds years ahead of his time in the Vasnier version, which features in its last two pages a very different accompanimental style and a coloratura vocalise; but by the time the song was published in Fetes galantes it acquired a breathtaking new codetta.
The final four bar codetta returns to the waltz music, as Jim is back to enjoying the moment.
Classical music stars GERARD McCHRYSTAL, RUTH MCGINLEY, MARGARET KEYS and award winning choir CODETTA will feature in a live BBC Radio Ulster broadcast while one of Ireland's finest duos, THE LOST BROTHERS head for Derry as do twice Choice Music Prize winner JAPE, and hotly tipped HOT COPS and RAINY BOY SLEEP.
BB: Now a codetta: What have you enjoyed most about the conversation today?
The piece ends with what can only be described as a swashbuckling codetta. In a review of the premiere performance published in The HORN Magazine, hornist/composer Gordon Carr reported, "The first performance ended with a smile; the audience really did enjoy it."
Things came to an unprecedented head as Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain withdraw their envoys from Doha last week because of the sharp differences over political developments in Egypt, as Qatar sees it -- through Al Jazeera television -- as a military codetta. Furthermore Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the UAE are not pleased with the support Qatar is providing to the Muslim Brotherhood movement, viewed by the three nations, as not friendly in the least.
He has received commissions from the BBC, RTE lyric fm, RTE Performing Groups, Craig Ogden, The Smith Quartet, Gerard McChrystal, John Feeley, Feeley/Dowdall duo, Katie McMahon, Concorde, Cois Ceim, Irish Modern Dance Theatre and Codetta amongst others.
Sub-elements and common terms and instructional terminology may include: measure, phrase, arch, symmetric, passage, cycle, section, repeats, movement, multimovement, suite, schema, binary, rounded binary, ternary, rondo, sonata, sonata-rondo, concerto, concerto grosso, ritornello, symphony, introduction, exposition, development, recapitulation, coda, codetta, theme and variations, fugue, canon, round, Da capo, Dal segno, bridge, transition, extension, strophic, verse/chorus, refrain, strain, aria, gigue, tarantella, serenade, motet, cantata, madrigal, oratorio, opera, operetta, cadenza, recitative, march, trio, blues, macro/micro forms, hybrid, vamping, imitative, through composed.
Ecrit par des specialistes en orthophonie et en education musicale, l'ouvrage, precede d'un prelude exposant le contexte general du livre et suivi d'une codetta offrant des perspectives d'ouverture selon la vision positive des auteurs, comporte dix chapitres qui sont regroupes en quatre sections : 1) les enfants sont des apprenants engages; 2) les enseignants de musique sont des enseignants de litteratie et les enseignants generalistes sont des enseignants de musique; 3) les enfants construisent leur propre savoir; 4) la litteratie n'est pas evaluee a partir d'un seul point de vue.
Her yearling is named Evolutionist (c by El Prado), and her foal is Codetta (f by Giant's Causeway).
Codetta, by developing the ideas of the Piaget school, the intuitions of Maturana and the suggestions of Damasio, define an ecological and constructivist view centred on the problems of educative research and skills evaluation, with a particular concern for mathematics teaching.