preludio


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preludio

(prɪˈluːdɪəʊ)
n, pl -dios
(Classical Music) a musical prelude
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The concert will include trios by Mozart and Beethoven; solo selections for piano by Liszt and Kabalevsky; the Preludio from the Bach Sonata for Solo Violin in E major; the Beethoven Spring sonata for piano and violin; a Handel organ concerto; and a portion of the Schumann Quintet for piano and strings.
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A lo largo de la puesta (que no parece tener estructura fija porque nada es fijo) definimos tres escenas y un preludio que se presentan sin aparente ilacion, pero que luego entendemos que si estan relacionadas, ya que en todas ellas permea la violencia de distintos tipos contra el ser humano y la autoridad del poder sobre los mas vulnerables.
In the first movement, "Preludio," the introduction features rhapsodic flourishes that move from metered rhythms to freer cadenza figures in the clarinet, briefly echoed in the bassoon.