concert overture


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concert overture

n
(Classical Music) See overture1c
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The instrumental snippet "M" served as concert overture followed by "Cha Ching" that sounded massive.
Mozart enjoyed weaving in musical references (from himself and others) and Widmann's concert overture Con brio cunningly uses the musical gestures from Beethoven's symphonies 7 and 8 - abrupt switches, crescendos and fanfares - but without direct quotation, into an entertainingly raucous, humorous and slightly wacky fabric.
The programme will begin with Felix Mendelssohn's The Hebrides, op.26, also called "Fingal's Cave," a concert overture inspired by the composer's 1829 visit to Scotland.
Also, of course, it inspired Felix Mendelssohn to compose his concert overture, The Hebrides, also known as Fingal's Cave.
The concert will feature Bernard's Concert Overture which takes its inspiration from the last symphony of Tchaikovsky.
The musicians, conducted by Paul Murphy, were excellent throughout, earning special applause for Dvorak's concert overture, Carnival, at the end of the first act, and later with Walton's Coronation March, Orb and Sceptre.
Because Caceres separates the biographical and contextual history from musical analysis, insightful observations about contemporaneous reception of Bargiel's music (especially positive reviews of his String Octet and a concert overture performed in Leipzig when he was a student) are lost 10 the recesses of memory by the time the reader reaches the analytical discussion 120 pages later.
The festivities, at Chester Cathedral on March 6, will open with Elgar's Concert Overture In the South, followed by Mozart's Oboe Concerto in C Major.
Given the location it was most appropriate that the performance started with the concert overture Alassio (In the South) by Sir Edward Elgar, a work inspired by his visit to the Italian Riviera in 1904.