rondino

rondino

(rɒnˈdiːnəʊ)
n, pl -nos
(Classical Music) music a short rondo
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Based on various reports submitted by the police stations involved in the antidrug operations to the MPD homicide unit, among those killed were Conrado 'Larry' Belicano, 45, and Rondino 'Dondon' Garcia, 55.
After such a musical feast, Sibelius's little Rondino provided the perfect 'bonne bouche' encore.
Gurewich), "Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven" (Kreisler, arr.
103 and the Rondino Wo025 (likely intended to be an additional movement of the Octet).
With Boulanger's emphasis on technique, her concept of la grande ligne, and her fostering of Copland's interest in Stravinsky, Copland's well-renowned teacher left a lasting impression on his compositional career, which Murchison illustrates through analyses of Copland's Symphony for Organ and Orchestra and the second movement, Rondino, of the Two Pieces for String Quartet.
The program: Ludwig van Beethoven's "Rondino," Vincent Persichetti's Serenade No.
The programme is of pieces by composers associated with Manchester, and includes Seascape - a children's suite by Walter Carroll and Eric Fogg, Terence Greaves' Rondino for Piano and Small Orchestra, and Thomas Pitfieldl's Theme and Variations for string orchestra.
Its six movements are Rondino to Hunt, Oberbaierische Gebirgsweise (upper Bavarian mountain way), Gavotte, Menuetto, Adagio, and Andante.
A somewhat more advanced composition that teaches this skill effectively is the familiar Rameau piece variously titled Rondino or Menuet en rondeau.
(13.) That evening's music included Copland's Two Pieces for String Orchestra: "l.ento Molto" (1928) and "Rondino" (1923).