morbidezza

morbidezza

(ˌmɔːbɪˈdɛtsə)
n
1. (Art Terms) a delicate representation of flesh tones in painting
2. (Music, other) a musical term denoting a soft or delicate performance of a piece
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But you took to drawing plans; you don't understand morbidezza, and that kind of thing.
When Hazlitt's version urges the question, "whether or no she is quite marble" (134) and "what is there in her but a pretty figure, and that you can't get a word out of her?" (120), he is also touching on the question of gusto and the metamorphic imbrication of the living and the dead in morbidezza, a quality of feeling, like the uncanny.
E chiara poi, ancora una volta, la natura erotica della morbidezza di questa macchina; e, nel caso specifico di questo quadro, l'erotismo appare immerso in un'atmosfera onanistica.
Of the home team, the four-year-olds Morbidezza (yet to finish out of the money this year) and Mity Dancer merit respect while the three-year- old Give Me Five was unlucky on her latest outing and could easily make amends.
The cast was dominated by Canadian soprano Manon Feubel (Amelia), who displayed an ample, generous voice with an irresistible morbidezza, wonderful pianissimi and a consummate middle voice, making hers one of the best interpretations of the role.
His 10 opponents were led home by outsiders Anolitas and Morbidezza.
But the morbidezza is for this elegiac one an additional attraction.
Questa morbidezza, e tenerezza, che a prima vista porta con esso seco un non so che d'allettativo, e di plausibile, considerata, esatta, e diligente-mente, non frutta altro, che'l semplice, e transitorio diletto dell'incontro; ma per lo contrario la contrario maniera, che, armata di ferro, non di fiori, si offre subito a gli occhi, possente per investirli, genera ammirazione, e talvolta anche terrore.
Flesh is most magnificently rendered not through the skill of one's drawing but through one's supple use of light and colors, a painterly accomplishment called, to use the Italian term, morbidezza. In this word we can hear echoes of death as well, the death of the ox, the death Bathsheba provokes and mourns.
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The four-year-old Soldier Hollow won a Group 3 over this course and distance in July by two and a half lengths from Anolitas with Morbidezza fourth and Near Honor fifth.
Se asegura asi el origen divino de ambas artes que, el uomo a mano a mano poi (che non si de'dire il contrario) como da vero esemplare fur cavate le statue e le scolture (sic) e la dificulta (sic) dell'attitudine e di contorni, e per le prime pitture (qual che (sic) elle si fussero) la morbidezza, l'unione e la discordante concordia che fanno i lumi con l'ombre (39).