kinderspiel

kinderspiel

(ˈkɪndəˌspiːl)
n
(Theatre) literary a play or piece of musical theatre performed by children
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Sgt Smith worked as a grocer with D&J MacEwen, Stirling, and was well know as a prominent member of Mr Morrison Weir's kinderspiel.
(Ein Kinderspiel: 18 leichte Stiicke fur fruhen Beginn, fin Klarinette und Klavier).
A simple diatonic melody in the vocal line then emerges to conclude: "Tatst du dir selbst vertrauen, war alles Kinderspiel" (If you only had trusted yourself, it would have all been child's play).
1525-1569) illustrates the use of a filled pig's bladder as a balloon in Kinderspiel. Bruegel depicts a young girl as filling and holding her toy in a way that makes her look pregnant.
(64).Clara Zinn, Kinderspiel und Spielzeug (Berlin, 1910), p.
den Standort, die Anwendung als Heilmittel, manchmal auch die Funktion im Kinderspiel, die Blutezeit, das Aussehen usw.
Herter, `Des Kind im Zeitalter des Hellenismus', BJ 132 (1927), 256ff., `Des Leben ein Kinderspiel', BJ 161 (1967), 73-84 (= Kleine Schriften 584-97), `Des unschuldige Kind', JAC 4 (1961), 146-62 (= K Schr.
As a final historical instance, Helmut Lachenmann's Ein Kinderspiel (1980) and Serynade (1998) are works in which the composer subjects clusters to various filtering techniques (by subtracting some notes, providing for artificial resonance by the silent depressing of keys, etc.).