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Definitions

  1. Arias are usually not strophic and they provide lyric interludes that temporarily pull the listener away from the action of the story. (Web site)
  2. Arias are juxtaposed with R 'n' B elements, BeBop and electronic sounds, but Verdi's famous melodies never lose their authenticity.
  3. Arias was again elected president in Oct., 1968, but was deposed 11 days later in a military coup.
  4. Arias are true set pieces 2. (Web site)
  5. His arias are usually quite short and quite simple structurally, but in performance the singers decorated them with graceful ornaments. (Web site)

Rameau

  1. Arias: less frequent than in Italian opera, Rameau nevertheless offers many striking examples. (Web site)

Show-Stopping Arias

  1. That throws a challenge to those who might expect that opera can only be bodice-ripping romances filled with show-stopping arias.

Ricardo Arias

  1. Another important name in Valencia in that time was Ricardo Arias, the player who had the most caps throughout the history of Valencia.

Giacomo Puccini

  1. Carreras will also perform other classic songs, including arias from operas by Giacomo Puccini and Giuseppe Verdi. (Web site)

Eleven Arias

  1. In 1715, he presented Nerone fatto Cesare (RV 724, lost), with music by seven different composers, of which he was the leader with eleven arias. (Web site)
  2. The opera contained eleven arias, and was a success. (Web site)

Opera Scenes

  1. Songs, Arias, and opera scenes, as performed by the great Pavel Lisitsian, possessive of one of the most beautiful baritone voices in opera history.

Fluid Arias

  1. A more accessible type of opera can be seen in the romantic dramas of Faustini which Cavalli set in 1642-52 with expressive recitative and fluid arias. (Web site)

Individual Arias

  1. They cheered each of the individual arias during the opera, and Donizetti and all of the cast were called out for repeated ovations.

Famous Arias

  1. The opera he wrote, Aida, gave the world one of its most famous arias, Celeste Aida.

Da Capo Aria

  1. His arias suggest the influence of Monteverdi, with a strong preference for strophic form over the da capo aria. (Web site)
  2. As well as in marches, ternary form is often found in baroque opera arias (the da capo aria) and in many dance forms, such as polkas. (Web site)

Da Capo Arias

  1. Musical style is akin to that of the opera, with few choruses and many da capo arias. (Web site)

Ensemble Pieces

  1. And this is not just another Great Hits compilation, for many of the operas are represented by rarely heard arias and ensemble pieces.
  2. This particular concert will consist of selected arias, duets and ensemble pieces from the 19th century Italian Romantic composer Giuseppe Verdi.

Tenor Arias

  1. The sensitive John Van Kesteren, however, had begun to sound a tad weary by the time he recorded the tenor arias for Jochum. (Web site)

Jimmy Arias

  1. For a time, she lived in Bollettieri's home, along with a group of players that included Jimmy Arias, Kathleen Horvath and Lori Kosten. (Web site)

Opera Arias

  1. In a separate room, guests were invited to listen to zarzuela and opera arias and duets performed by a group of young singers and a pianist. (Web site)

Prime

  1. The great Yugoslavian soprano, Zinka Milanov, is heard here in four arias recorded in her very prime.

Full

  1. The Very Best of José Carreras is a full two discs of opera scenes and arias from the Italian and French Romantic repertoire. (Web site)

Piano

  1. Caruso's earliest American records of operatic arias and songs, like their 30 or so Milan-made predecessors, were accompanied by piano. (Web site)

Trumpet

  1. His trumpet solos are mostly associated with arias such as The trumpet shall sound from Messiah and Let the bright Seraphim from the oratorio Samson.
  2. The trumpet occurs in several arias in Il Barcheggio, the second act of which also opens with a trumpet sinfonia. (Web site)

Recognition

  1. The recognition of Vivaldi's authorship could be made by analyzing style and instrumentation and by recognizing arias from Vivaldi's operas.

Variety

  1. In his operas (six of his 19 survive complete), arias have a growing importance and display a variety of forms. (Web site)

Emphasis

  1. It used less choral and orchestral music and placed more emphasis on formal arias as well as on elaborate stage machinery. (Web site)

Dances

  1. The dances were framed by performances of arias and duets from Handel operas featuring alto Lee Morgan and soprano Teresa Radomski.
  2. This folio presents 40 classic songs, dances and arias from Italy's best composers, arranged here for piano with vocals. (Web site)

Movements

  1. All movements are in binary form, except for two arias.

Score

  1. The score is full of catchy arias, choruses, and especially duets and trios that you forget almost immediately, but the opera is truly sunk by a dumb story. (Web site)
  2. George Antheil composed a score for the film, notable for its arias done by Marni Nixon. (Web site)

Books

  1. He stayed in the city until 1634; the period resulted in, among other things, the publication of two books of arias (1630). (Web site)
  2. Silvana Arias (Paloma) is inundated with books to sign.

Anyone

  1. Perhaps the melodic nature of his music made the Italian composer's work so ubiquitous; anyone could hum his arias.
  2. Anyone with a real interest in tenor arias would be much better advised to check out recordings by the young Luciano Pavarotti.

Career

  1. Schipa made numerous audio recordings of arias and songs during his career, beginning in Italy in 1913. (Web site)
  2. These French opera arias, sung by Frederica von Stade, my favorite mezzo-soprano, were recorded early in her career, and they are a delight.

Time

  1. Find out for yourself and put on this recording while listening to other tenors singing the same arias at the same time.
  2. Gluck composed arias and choruses that moved the plot forward, rather than being nearly irrelevent as had by this time become common. (Web site)
  3. Chen attended the inauguration of Óscar Arias, the president of Costa Rica, one of the few countries that recognized the Republic of China at that time.

Egrave

  1. His tessitura is nowere near adequate for singing any of the arias from Rigoletto, "La donna è mobile" sounds much like a kid would sing it.

Melody

  1. They placed the emphasis on arias, clearly separated from the "recitativo", and grounded the arias on a strong sense of rhythm and melody.
  2. His gift for melody is reflected in a variety of arias that are among the most beautiful in the French operatic repertoire. (Web site)

Work

  1. In an attempt to make his work as dramatic as possible, the arias are kept relatively short, mostly consisting of just two lines of poetry.

Beautifully

  1. And he sang both those arias more beautifully than I had ever heard them except by Richard Tauber and, on record, by John McCormack. (Web site)

Number

  1. The number of arias in an opera grew from ca. (Web site)
  2. Like Bach he added arias on free texts the author of which is unknown yet and a number of chorales.

Characters

  1. Commonplace characters replaced the exalted or heroic figures of serious operas and popular tunes replaced the dramatic and formal arias. (Web site)

Scenes

  1. Scenes are treated with arias, choruses and inst. (Web site)
  2. This CD gives scenes from three operas on first disc instead of isolated arias.

Disc

  1. The three operas comprising Glass' trilogy are something special, but this disc of arias from those three operas is even better.

Style

  1. The arias of this period show a style of great melodic clarity and beauty, which is not always to the fore in the expanded Da Capo arias of his later work.
  2. Sing these classic songs and arias in the style of Maria Callas.

Singers

  1. He also showed a feeling for expression and style which led him to write arias of types which singers might not expect. (Web site)
  2. Recorded and Broadcasted Opera Basic Dictionary - lists composers, operas, arias, conductors and singers.

Piece

  1. It's an effective piece, though it's hard to appreciate nowadays, given that music like this is generally heard as warmup to arias.

Voice

  1. The books include versions for voice and piano of the world's most famous arias. (Web site)
  2. But so is the voice of Placido Domingo, yet Operatic Arias are not an Olympic sport. (Web site)

Masses

  1. The opera was a complex work of art, but their catchy arias served the less "sophisticated" taste of the masses as well as any folk dance.

Orchestra

  1. These middle operas are full of show-stopping arias and dramatic choruses, but show an increasing importance and subtlety in the music for the orchestra. (Web site)
  2. She has several arias in Arabic for soprano and orchestra and some of them with choir as well.
  3. In 1994 her Obsessions (two concert arias for baritone and orchestra) won the Chalmers Award for Best Canadian Composition. (Web site)

Variations

  1. Each set follows the "aria and variations" model, arias numbered Aria prima through Aria sexta ("first" through "sixth").
  2. Hexachordum Apollinis ("Apollo's Lyre", 1699), six arias with variations. (Web site)

Repertoire

  1. Early in his career, tenor sensation Franco Corelli recorded many arias from operas that were not in his repertoire.

Staples

  1. Dramatic readings from Shakespeare and Ibsen were also staples of the early 20th century Chautauqua experience in Boulder, as were operatic arias. (Web site)

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