fughetta


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fughetta

(fjuːˈɡɛtə; Italian fuːˈɡeta)
n
a short fugue
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Other sets include: "Bird Spirits," "Conversations with Andre," "The Garden of Eden," "Night Meditations," "Nine Bagatelles," "Nine New Bagatelles," seven "Romantic Pieces," four "Spring Dances," "Three Ghost Rags," and "Three Dance Portraits." Individual pieces include: "Estrela: Rag Latino," "A Little Night Fughetta," "Lost Lady Rag," "The New York Lights (paraphrase from A Few from the Bridge)," "Seabiscuits Rag," and "A 60-second Ballet (For Chickens)."
Lisa Croudace, one of the soloists on clarinet, performed the Fughetta (five bagatelles) by Finzi and was a soloist not to be missed.
Associate conductor Sarah Nommensen will lead the group in Gabriel Pierne's Preludio and Fughetta for Winds and Ottorino Respighi's "Suite of Ancient Airs and Dances." The concert will conclude with a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No.
It's only a little fughetta in C minor, a piece J.S.