terzetto


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terzetto

(tɜːˈtsɛtəʊ)
n, pl -tos or -ti (-tɪ)
(Classical Music) music a trio, esp a vocal one
[C18: Italian: trio; see tercet]
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Noun1.terzetto - the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and oneterzetto - the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
digit, figure - one of the elements that collectively form a system of numeration; "0 and 1 are digits"
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Clark, Griffiths's first published poems: an extract from "Cycles on Dover Borstal," "Terzetto: Brixton Prison," and "To Johnny Prez: Hells Angels Nomads." The titles alone--with their references to Borstal, Brixton Prison, and Hells Angels--were sufficiently striking.
Irish Stallion Farms EBF Cooley Fillies & Mares Stakes 8.00 Dundalk 1m, Listed ATR VVCARD, page 76 DUNDALK has long been a happy hunting ground for Michael Halford and he runs four - Petticoat, Surrounding, Terzetto and Vivianite - in today's mile feature.
La rappresentazione di Rossini aveva altri tratti innovativi come nella scena sesta dell'ultimo atto dove si ascolta un'aria cantata da un terzetto di tenori nell'episodio di Rinaldo redento dai due compagni Carlo e Ubaldo.
And Colm O'Donoghue matched Ryan Moore's double, scoring on Jessica Harrington's Chocolate Music in the two-year-old fillies maiden and the Michael Halford-trained Terzetto in the one-mile fillies handicap.
In the fillies handicap it is hard to look past the chances of the smart Terzetto who ran very well to take third in a stronger race than this on Guineas weekend.
A reference to the town of Serravalle is found on the title page of one of Viani's manuscripts: this is the Terzetto nell'Opera L'inganno felice del celebre M[degrees] Rossini MDCCCXXIII [1823] (45).
3; early ideas for the Third Symphony; Terzetto for soprano, tenor, and bass with orchestra, "Tremate, empi, temate," op.
Highly pleasing is the colour of the terzetto in the madrigal Damigella tutta bella.
Although the Pasta sang Norma according to Bellini's intentions, it was the Malibran who first made the well-known terzetto " Oh!
Trio Cox, Harry Theme et Variations Culver, Eric Four Paths Dadiani, Juri Sieben georgische Volkslieder Davies, Ken Three Roads Diverged Deason, David Wind Tunnels Dedrick, Art Three to Go Trumpet, Horn (Trumpet), Trombone Depelsenaire, Concertino Jean Marie Dialogue avec la nuit Diemer, Emma Lou Quartet for Trumpet, Horn, Trombone and Piano Diercks Figures on China Dinerstein, Norman Terzetto Myron Donahue, Robert L.
As Act II progressed, and with the treacherous high D of the Act I terzetto behind her, Gauvin gained constantly in assurance.
Joseph Green observes that Leveridge's tune is similar to 'a Terzetto by Buononcini'.