and vocally, it was a happier evening, though both pit and the many fine voices had a hard time competing with Shaw's dramatic obstacle course.
Decisive themes in octaves, with a piano used orchestrally
to give them bite, were surrounded with fringes, above and below, of effervescing figures, so that the music tingled with life and the sound seemed in an extraordinary way to have both intensity and extensity.
It is also Verdi's most complex and orchestrally
Even when I play a solo Beethoven piano sonata, I think orchestrally
He was given a double ovation as he took his leader's chair, guest conductor Andrew Litton, who has worked closely with him both orchestrally
and in chambermusic, paid charming tribute, the players' faces radiated affection and admiration, and Laurence's final walk-off was like a modest lap of honour.
Curated by dance music duo and former Cream residents K-Klass, they will see their selection orchestrally
come to life in a new light with symphony orchestra.
It is a complex work, requiring a much larger force both chorally and orchestrally
I'd been in touch with Steve myself at the end of last year because I was interested in performing Visage orchestrally
I'd been in touch with Steve myself the end of last year because I was interested in performing Visage orchestrally
From the time of Peter the Great up to Napoleon's disastrous 1812 campaign against Russia (as immortalized orchestrally
by Tchaikovsky), Russian society was very interested in Western culture and cared little for its own native genius, which remained as yet unexplored.
Utopia is presented as a sparse area, open and welcoming with many characters, and the music has been scored orchestrally
with the largest range and number of instruments used in the entire soundtrack.
16) Strayhorn's new introduction immediately announces the ballad's orchestrally
lush stylistic updating in relation to the expressive and formal lexicon of the blues.