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VERSE
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ORCHESTRA
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PIANO PIECES
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ORATORIO
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ARIAS
CHORUSES
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Definitions

  1. His choruses are as poignant as are Giuseppe Verdi's choruses in "Aida" and in his "Requiem".
  2. Vocal choruses are frequently employed during these rituals, as well as ritual instruments.

Cleisthenes

  1. Cleisthenes however gave back the choruses to Dionysos, and the other rites besides this he gave to Melannipos.

Large Choruses

  1. Declamation styles run the gamut from recitative to fluid arias to large choruses.

Loud Choruses

  1. Many of the songs on Nevermind feature shifts in dynamics, where the band changes from quiet verses to loud choruses.

Important

  1. Recitative grew less important, and choruses and dances virtually disappeared from Italian opera.

Genre

  1. These female choruses are an integral part of bikutsi, and their intense dancing and screams are characteristic of the genre.

Etc

  1. I've been performing since I'm a kid and have played in a variety of ensembles ranging from orchestras to choruses, jazz bands, rock bands, etc.

Arrangements

  1. A feature of some modern pop rock songs is the alternation of soft verses and loud choruses, influenced by the arrangements of alternative rock artists.

Writing

  1. Mozarabic is first documented in writing in the Peninsula as choruses (kharjas) (9th century) in Arabic lyrics called muwashshahs.
  2. Tambu is a good singer and, despite the fact that he recycles song ideas, capable of writing very catchy choruses.

John Coltrane

  1. John Coltrane often took dozens of choruses, particularly in live performances.

Dance Bands

  1. For this purpose, the ABC established broadcasting orchestras in each state, and in some centres also employed choruses and dance bands.

Love Song

  1. The EP features guest vocals by Ann Wilson from the band Heart, who joined Staley and Cantrell for the choruses of "Brother", "Am I Inside" and "Love Song".

Soloist

  1. Throughout this period I appeared regularly on the San Francisco cabaret circuit and was a featured soloist with Bay Area bands, orchestras and choruses.

Melodies

  1. These fragments, melodies, choruses, dances are each of them real inventions, wonderful pieces caught up in nets, the rarest sort of beauties.

Operas

  1. The musical genres employed by Cornelius were operas, male choruses, lieder, and duets.

National Convention

  1. To insure this, Dorsey founded The National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses in 1932, an organization still in existence today.

Hymns

  1. Her arrangements with Robert Shaw of folksongs, hymns and spirituals form an enduring repertoire for choruses all around the world.

Chorales

  1. Bach was able to use the French overture form for choruses, and even for the treatment of chorales.

Playing

  1. While playing choruses in the Bebop Style, for example, you can instantly switch from solo piano to trumpet with just a single button press.

Singing

  1. Performed with much success in Liszt's lifetime this recording brings to life this immense work - imbued with great music, singing and choruses.

Comment

  1. The choruses, more important in Aeschylus than in his successors, both comment on the action as well as present it.

Commenting

  1. Both Dafne and Euridice also included choruses commenting on the action at the end of each act in the manner of Greek tragedy.
  2. As Coltrane and Rollins trade riffs and choruses, you can hear them commenting favorably on each others' inventions until they're practically one voice.

Dances

  1. Spanish musical play consisting of spoken passages, songs, choruses, and dances.
  2. Likewise, the choruses and dances that were such a feature of French works played little or no part in opera seria.
  3. It had choruses, dances and instrumental pieces, all done by a small orchestra.

Band

  1. Early one, the band avoided "mersh" affectations such as guitar solos, choruses, and fade-outs.

Solos

  1. Tancredi is a real masterpiece and is Rossini through and through with beautiful melodies and intertwined choruses, solos, snd ensembles.

Recitatives

  1. Airs and recitatives, choruses and instrumental pieces succeed each other, as in the operas of the Italian and French schools.

Harmonies

  1. The squawking saxophone of dance-band jazz, and the melodies, choruses, and harmonies of popular (pop) music also added to the rock sound.
  2. The harmonies and choruses are among the most beautifully textured singing in a rock outfit this side of the Beach Boys, while the playing is engaging.

Verse

  1. The breakdown is after the first two choruses and is sometimes continues by another verse.

Verses

  1. They developed a complementary style, with Lindup's falsetto frequently used for harmonies and choruses while King's deep tenor generally led the verses.
  2. An Eisley-like keyboard dominates the verses of this track, and the choruses reach an atmospheric quality as the band and a string section join in.

Orchestra

  1. When Orfeo was performed in Mantua, an orchestra of 38 instruments, numerous choruses and recitatives were used to make a lively drama.

Orchestras

  1. Copalnd was an extremely versatile composer and composed music for choruses, orchestras, theater, and chamber music groups.
  2. Roach presented his music with orchestras and gospel choruses.
  3. Saratov is famous for its musical and theatrical traditions - opera troupes, choruses, orchestras, singing culture, national creativity.

Opera

  1. It belongs to the genre of the azione teatrale, meaning an opera on a mythological subject with choruses and dancing.
  2. An early success for the composer, the opera is rich in thrilling choruses, imaginative orchestral writing, and captivating melodies.

Overture

  1. The music of Treemonisha includes an overture and prelude, along with various recitatives, choruses, small ensemble pieces, a ballet and a few arias [2].
  2. Produced at Paris in 1828, it rapidly became a European favourite, and its overture, arias and choruses were heard everywhere.

Songs

  1. Produced at Paris in 1828, it rapidly became a European favourite, and its overture, songs and choruses were everywhere heard.
  2. Salieri also composed numerous sacred works, secular works, including CANTATAS, choruses, and songs, and instrumental pieces.
  3. The first conductor of the Royal Albert Hall Choral Society (1871), he produced dozens of choruses and songs.

Piano Pieces

  1. Besides his eight operas, he composed songs (3 books), choruses, and piano pieces.
  2. Bizet had already composed a number of piano pieces, choruses, and orchestral works.

Nabucco

  1. Nabucco is famous for its many choruses (Va, pensiero being the best known), and the Opera in Concert chorus rose to its task with honours.
  2. His first great successful opera, Nabucco (1842), caught the public fancy because of the driving vigour of its music and its great choruses.

Chorus

  1. Each time through the progression is called a chorus and each soloist may take several choruses.

Oratorio

  1. Frequently the instruments for oratorio choruses include timpani and trumpet s.
  2. Oratorio closely mirrored opera in all ages in musical style and form, except that choruses were more prominent in oratorio than in opera.
  3. Romantic church music was like an oratorio as it employed large choruses, an orchestra, and solo voices.

Duets

  1. Duets, trios and other ensembles often occur, and choruses are used to comment on the action.
  2. 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.
  3. Carmen is divided into solos, duets, ensembles, choruses, most of them strictly separated and coming to applause-baiting endings before the dialogue begins.

Arias

  1. In his earlier essay Opera and Drama (1850-1)[ 6] Wagner had derided the staples of operatic construction: arias, choruses, duets, trios, recitatives, etc.
  2. It consists of songs or arias, ensembles, choruses, and other musical forms linked together by spoken dialogue.
  3. This reached its climax in Wagner, where arias, choruses, recitatives and ensemble pieces cannot easily be distinguished from each other.

Choruses

  1. Carissimi’s oratorios were written for soloists, chorus, and orchestra, and told the story in recitatives, ariosos, arias, ensembles, and choruses.
  2. A cantata usually has recitatives and arias, duets, choruses, etc.
  3. Their emphasis on accessibility brought huge successes in opera, and in vocal music more widely: songs, oratorios, and choruses.

Categories

  1. Arias
  2. Arts > Theatre > Drama > Duets
  3. Oratorios
  4. Chorus
  5. Music > Composers > Verdi > Nabucco
  6. Books about "Choruses" in Amazon.com

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