Fioriture


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Fio`ri`tu´re


n. pl.1.(Mus.) Little flowers of ornament introduced into a melody by a singer or player.
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It is a perpetual "I love you." A musical phrase which is very insipid and very bald for indifferent listeners, when it is not ornamented with some fioriture ; but Claude was not an indifferent listener.)
Plus d'un analyste des developpements de la scene politique tunisienne y ont vu une tentative de reconciliation de Youssef Chahed, dont Slim Azzabi serait le porteur effectif du projet politique pour lui permettre de terminer son mandat a La Kasbah sans fioriture, avec son ancien mentor, BCE.
Toutes ces definitions font que le mot "farce" s'associe aussi bien au theatre, a la tromperie, au remplissage, a la fioriture qu'a la nourriture dite ornementale, et Barthes nous fait savoir dans son autobiographie que "la farce, c'est une metaphore qui penche, se fane et choit" (Roland Barthes par Roland Barthes 92).
Il biografo di Serafino, Vincenzo Calmeta, si rivolge ai giovani innamorati che "desiderano conquistare il favore delle loro signore con il canto, e in particolare cantando in diminuzione" (cioe con fioriture e passaggi improvvisati), consigliando loro di esercitarsi su repertori "pedestri", di frottole e simili, evitando eccessive sottigliezze (Pirrotta, 1994: 239, 242).
His descending divisions and fioriture, on the contrary, when they commenced upon the higher notes of his voice, were taken in falsetto, which he carried very low down before using his mixed or natural voice.
Esto es: el silbido, a priori, independiente de toda articulacion de la voz y de la (mala) intencionalidad del sentido: "Den vuelta la hoja y oiran [...] una coleccion de melodias arregladas para pito, un potpourri de chiflidos sacados de oido y a capriccio pero sin fioriture ni variantes, de la musica colosal del mundo", como se dice en las paginas que ofician de prologo a la primera edicion, la de octubre de 1882, que encontraremos tambien en la segunda, inmediata, de noviembre del mismo ano.
Turning to the great operas in and of themselves, it is also possible to hear in the fioriture of Raoul's "Plus blanche que la blanche hermine" the sounds of Judaism.
Farnace is an excellent part for star Slovenian countertenor Cencic, giving him free rein for swift fioriture and plaintive laments alike.
Toutefois, aussi mensonger que soit le discours chaviste, il pretend incarner un peuple et suivre son souffle, (2) ce qui est contraire a la doctrine de Vallenilla: le propos de ce dernier, sans fioriture ideologique designe, retrospectivement et a contrario, une partie de la <<supercherie>> que decele Hermet.
Linee guida: Gestione del rischio associato alle fioriture di Ostreopsis ovata nelle coste italiane.
The novelty was the premiere of Ronald Corp's The Music of Whitman, composed in 1973 (many of the settings written during one day, possibly under huge emotional impetus); and one can understand why its live premiere has been delayed for nearly 40 years - the music commands our attention but never engages it, the fioriture over words an obvious link between songs not really convincing.