third-stream

third-stream

(thûrd′strēm′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being music that blends classical music with jazz.

third stream n.
References in periodicals archive ?
Currently, the laboratory is working on developing an adaptive third-stream engine that can provide 25 percent fuel efficiency across all levels of throttle--sonic, supersonic and subsonic, Perkins said.
The capability was originally part of the adaptive versatile engine technology program, an S&T effort that validated the aerodynamics and the mechanics of what goes into an adaptive third-stream engine, Perkins said.
This company can match Pantone and RAL colors, parts and any other color reference a client can send for third-stream metering to create additives to modify silicones for LSR-type systems, typically in less than two days.
"There has been no threat of withdrawing funding, but for about three years they have been nagging us about what they call 'third-stream' funding, which is meant to be sponsorship.
That's what we see as third-stream funding, but to see that requires a bit of vision and generosity of spirit.
And they are being encouraged to make more money from business deals by the Government which, via the funding council, now provides support and financial advice on creating a business to help stimulate "third-stream" funding from the private sector.
And to distinguish with certainty among what is modern-classic, classic-modern, modern-modern, classic-classic, post-all-of-the-above, third-stream and midstream, you need an advanced degree.
So here we were, the troupe unadorned, with no sets, no fuss, nothing much more than music and choreography, with most of the latter in that third-stream mode fusing classic and modern.
Here is a twain no longer doomed never to meet, and indeed we have not only seen modern dance choreographers working happily in a classical fold, and modern dancers taking classical classes, but also the development of a third-stream idiom of dance, drawing its vocabulary--and, even more, its spirit--from both the earlier disciplines.
In an aphorism commonly attributed to her, although doubtless uttered by many, Graham said, "There are only two kinds of dance--good and bad" And whether it is a classic ballet or modern dance, or its theatrical, largely Dadaist reinvention as postmodern dance, or its blend of classic and modern into so-called third-stream dance, there is no doubt that its purity is a great deal less important than its quality or effectiveness.
The repertoire, quite typically, consists of Nureyev's staging of Petipa's La Bayaddre (already seen in Washington) and a novelty, Le Parc, created for the company in 1994 by the third-stream French choreographer, Angelin Preljocaj.