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intrada

(ɪnˈtrɑːdə)
n
an introductory piece of music; prelude
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In such cases, an opening instrumental work was performed--a so-called intrada with trumpets and timpani--followed by vocal-instrumental singing in the Offertory, after the Elevation and Agnus Dei, while the remaining parts of the Mass were chanted.
"Gusto ko talagang pag-yamanin 'yung Ka-pampangan culture, 'yung Ka-pampangan song, gusto ko siyang i-introduce mainstream para kakaiba naman 'yung intrada ko," he said.
The 48-strong Honley MVC was in top form while current Yorkshire champion band Carlton Main Frickley Colliery were quite brilliant and set the tone for the evening with the lively Festive Intrada for openers.
"Appalachian Winter" Christmas Concert - Community Chorus of Florence, Intrada Bell Choir, jazz , children's choir, instrumental, 2 p.m., Florence Events Center, 715 Quince St., Florence.
Deliberate antiquarianism marks the various sections' names: "Intrada", "Sarabande," "Coranto," "Madrigal." Publisher Hubert Foss correctly praised "Summer's Last Will" for conveying Tudor life "in the reality of all its splendor and all its dirt." Indubitably Lambert--what with his wild terpsichorean enthusiasms, his extremes of pride and self-laceration, the ceremoniousness of his verbal thrusts--would have coped far better in 16th-century than in 20th-century England.
The gradated dynamics and inventive work with details even make the listener forget about the trumpets' failure in the final Intrada. The recording of the Field Mass, featuring the baritone Jindfich Jindrak, is a treasure that simply had to be released, even though Jindrak's solo is, in my opinion, surmounted by that of Vaclav Zitek in Mackerras's 1984 recording.
WEF prints the cheerful "Intrada" at the beginning (with a da capo at the end, played so, according to the programs, at both the Brno and Prague premieres); Z27, following the 1927 performing score and published 1928-29 scores, prints this movement only at the end (Zahradka argues that while janieek seems to have gone along with what happened at the two premieres, be made no attempt in the scores prepared for publication to sanction this practice for future performances).
"Brooklyn Babylon" -- Darcy James Argue's Secret Society "Night In Calisia" -- Randy Brecker, WAodek Pawlik Trio & Kalisz Philharmonic "Wild Beauty" -- Brussels Jazz Orchestra Featuring Joe Lovano "March Sublime" -- Alan Ferber "Intrada" -- Dave Slonaker Big Band
Bay Area label Intrada, founded by Douglass Fake in 1985, began by releasing contemporary soundtracks, Varese's main business, but moved into archival releases in 1988.
Called Intrada, the piece was composed to celebrate the opening of a new building at Aberystwyth University.