funebre

funebre

(fynɛbr)
adj
funereal or mournful
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Les routes que devait emprunter le cortege funebre sur une distance d'environ 20 kilometres ont ete interdites a la circulation le temps des obseques.
Brandissant des drapeaux et entamant l'hymne national sous un soleil de plomb, la foule a salue le cortege funebre tout le long de son parcours d'une vingtaine de kilometres, du palais de Carthage au cimetiere du Djellaz a Tunis.
A bonus piece in the little night of music on Monday was when filmmaker Siguion-Reyna gave Licad the piece, Marche Funebre, Op.
The orchestra, under the baton of Alkis Baltas and together with the soloists Michalis Kouloumis on the violin and soprano Elli Koutsouli, will perform Antonio Vivaldi's Sinfonia al Santo Sepolcro, Depart in Peace for solo soprano, solo violin, tampura and strings by John Tavener, Giovanni Paisiello's Sinfonia Funebre, as well as four ballads -- A Day in May, Weeping Eyes, My Mother Is Weeping at the Tomb and Sorrow Has No Words -- by Mikis Theodorakis, arranged by Baltas.
Karl Amadeus Hartmann's darkly brooding Concerto funebre (1939) completes a well-programmed disc, with fine performances and sound to match, both in CD and SACD stereo and surround-sound formats.