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  1. His repertoire was mainly classical, including concertos by Hummel and Beethoven. (Web site)
  2. The repertoire was drawn in part from folk sources, but even more from folk-influenced singer-songwriters such as Bob Dylan. (Web site)
  3. Its repertoire is very extensive, ranging from the major romantic and classical ballets to creations by contemporary choreographers. (Web site)
  4. His repertoire is all-encompassing with the exception of atonal music, and he seems able to successfully perform music of any period he chooses. (Web site)
  5. The repertoire is broad, with inspiration drawn right from Bournonville through Balanchine to the Beatles.

Huge Repertoire

  1. She had a huge repertoire and was best known for her work in Giselle and in Agnes de Mille's Fall River Legend. (Web site)

Musical Repertoire

  1. Her musical repertoire consisted largely of American folk music, blues, jazz, and spirituals. (Web site)
  2. Because of his characteristic use of "rich harmonies" throughout his musical repertoire, many of his songs have been adapted by the jazz community. (Web site)

Standard Concert Repertoire

  1. Much of his piano music, chamber music, vocal music and orchestral music has entered the standard concert repertoire. (Web site)
  2. Today, the opera is seldom performed, but the overture has won a place in standard concert repertoire, and it is certainly a rousing opening piece. (Web site)

Wide Repertoire

  1. He had a wide repertoire and could practically play any well-known piece by any important composer from Scarlatti to Liszt on demand, from memory. (Web site)
  2. But he had a very wide repertoire that included works by Frédéric Chopin, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Kabalevsky.
  3. At Juilliard Tureck studied with Olga Samaroff, and by the time she graduated she was a pianist of distinction with a wide repertoire. (Web site)

International Repertoire

  1. The Choir's national and international repertoire includes medieval, renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic praise and worship music. (Web site)
  2. It is now a part of the international repertoire of piano music and is played constantly throughout the world.
  3. She danced main parts in both the Bournonville and the international repertoire. (Web site)

Jazz Repertoire

  1. The music of Tom Jobim has been adopted by jazz musicians around the world and has become a permanent part of the jazz repertoire. (Web site)

Complete Repertoire

  1. The Danish GM Lars Schandorff born 1965 provides you in this latest Quality chess book with a complete repertoire for white on the moves 1.d4 d5 2.c4. (Web site)
  2. A complete repertoire of dirty tricks in the opening, playing e4 with white and as Black against each of 1.e4, 1.

Sleeping Beauty

  1. These companies built on a repertoire of standard Russian classics such as Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty. (Web site)
  2. But if one had to choose a single ballet from the classical repertoire as the best example of its kind, it might have to be The Sleeping Beauty.

Varied Repertoire

  1. Here he had opportunity to not only play the organ but also compose for it and play a more varied repertoire of concert music with the dukes' ensemble. (Web site)
  2. We will present a varied repertoire that includes The Sleeping Beauty and Manon as well as recent work from our Resident Choreographer, Wayne McGregor. (Web site)
  3. GBT performs classical and contemporary ballet, from full length ballets to a widely varied repertoire.

Vast Repertoire

  1. You have a great advantage when you know the opening better than your opponent does, and you do not need a vast repertoire.
  2. During Nissinen's performance career his vast repertoire ranged from classical to contemporary works. (Web site)
  3. Because there is such a vast repertoire of this music today, there are very few ghazal composers, even in India. (Web site)


  1. The Acrobatic Whales: Humpbacks have a repertoire of spectacular acrobatic behaviors.

Diverse Repertoire

  1. Humpbacks have a diverse repertoire of feeding methods, including the bubble net feeding technique. (Web site)
  2. She had a diverse repertoire that included roles by Wagner, Richard Strauss, Mozart, and Arnold Schoenberg.

Standard Operatic Repertoire

  1. Semele is performed regularly in concert halls and ocassionally staged as an opera, but is not part of the standard operatic repertoire. (Web site)
  2. After Manon and Werther, Thaïs is one of Massenet's most performed operas, but it is not part of the standard operatic repertoire.

Large Repertoire

  1. With an inclination towards contemporary music, he joined the Musique Nouvelle Ensemble where he has a very large repertoire of contemporary music.
  2. Wikipedia has developed a large repertoire of articles about music.

Opening Repertoire

  1. Opening repertoire is a very tricky thing to work on.
  2. I'll be playing a completely new opening repertoire for the first time (that as of this post I know maybe half of). (Web site)

Wide Variety

  1. The repertoire included not only Western Swing, but also a wide variety of other popular styles and themes.


  1. The standard repertoire for classical guitar includes many transcriptions or arrangements of Renaissance lute music. (Web site)
  2. Both Billy May and Barnet (sometimes under the name Dale Bennett) contributed many fine songs and arrangements to this bands repertoire.
  3. A feature of a Julian Joseph concert is the wide-ranging repertoire of original compositions and arrangements upon which he draws.


  1. Anne-Sophie Mutter is bringing a new repertoire - including two premieres - to concert halls in 2007.


  1. Since its premiere in 1956, "Divertimento N°15" is still part of the repertoire of the New York City Ballet and every performance is widely acclaimed.


  1. Marc Minkowski is not a conductor known for conventionalism, whether it be his interpretations or the repertoire itself. (Web site)
  2. Sequeira Costa (born July 18, 1929, Luanda, Angola) is a Portuguese pianist who is especially admired for his interpretations of the Romantic repertoire. (Web site)


  1. The Chorus of the American Bach Soloists has shone in repertoire from the Baroque and early Classical eras. (Web site)
  2. In fact, the chorus has a wide-ranging repertoire that extends from Renaissance to contemporary music. (Web site)


  1. The legendary "Father of Bluegrass" demonstrates the amazing mandolin technique and repertoire that have made him world famous. (Web site)


  1. In 2002, Meunier joined American Ballet Theatre where she added the classics, Tudor, and Kylian to her repertoire.


  1. Fischer knows his way around this repertoire and draws some brilliant playing from the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
  2. Fischer was a specialist in a very limited repertoire of white and black moves and Karpov and Kasparov could play anything.
  3. Fischer also expanded his opening repertoire during the 1972 match. (Web site)


  1. His repertoire closely resembled Copeau’s offerings: Molière, Shakespeare, and Marivaux.


  1. Under his leadership, the company added many works by Frederick Ashton to the repertoire. (Web site)
  2. The rest of the company was evacuated to Perm, where it not only performed operas from the repertoire of past years, but also staged several new productions.
  3. The company has a great, diverse repertoire, from world class choreographers. (Web site)


  1. Symphony - The repertoire for 2006 promises an inspiring mix with wonderful soloists, some old friends, and some new works in our 75th anniversary season. (Web site)
  2. The Symphony was known for performing more colorful French and Russian works than the Philharmonic, which excelled in German repertoire. (Web site)
  3. The popular "Unfinished" Symphony and Schubert's final symphonic creation are time-honored standards of the orchestral repertoire. (Web site)


  1. His symphonies and string quartets are mainstays of the repertoire.
  2. Franz Berwald - Portrait, major works in chamber music and symphonies, and links from Classical Net Basic Repertoire List.


  1. More than any conductor in this repertoire since Klemperer, van Zweden brings the wind into democratic equality with the strings. (Web site)
  2. A roster of Toronto's finest woodwinds, brass and percussion joins the strings for programs drawn from the full range of chamber orchestra repertoire.


  1. His repertoire includes harpsichord and organ music from every historical era up to and including the present day.
  2. This harpsichord is not only ideal for beginners, but also for more advanced musicians wanting to explore the early keyboard repertoire. (Web site)

Contemporary Composers

  1. However as a solo pianist, Myra Hess originally had a wide-ranging repertoire including contemporary composers and virtuoso showpieces.
  2. Her repertoire ranges from Bach to contemporary composers and includes over fifty concertos. (Web site)


  1. From choreographing her dancers to selecting the repertoire of her band, Bennett incorporated contemporary pop covers and jazz standards in her shows. (Web site)
  2. It is very rewarding to see each new generation of dancers challenged by our rich repertoire. (Web site)


  1. Also, because the Verdi Baritone is in fact simply a subset of the Dramatic Baritone, many singers perform roles from both sets of repertoire. (Web site)
  2. There he broadened his repertoire, learning more than 20 new roles in only 15 months with the company. (Web site)
  3. He soon became a principal dancer with a large repertoire of roles, most notably The Prodigal Son.


  1. Their repertoire drew heavily on tunes from the Humblebums and Flatt and Scruggs.
  2. Anything can happen at a John Hammond concert, and he selects tunes from his vast repertoire like buckets of water from a well.


  1. Their repertoire includes Ellington and Basie standards, pop, jazz, ballads, big band classics and, of course, The Tonight Show theme. (Web site)
  2. In addition to music written for concert band their repertoire includes contemporary, classical, patriotic, pop, marches and Broadway show tunes. (Web site)
  3. In 2001, Charlotte Church added more pop, swing, and Broadway to her classical repertoire with her album Enchantment. (Web site)

George Gershwin

  1. He performs music from a wide repertoire, but has especially championed the music of Frédéric Chopin, Charles-Valentin Alkan and George Gershwin.
  2. Later, she also recorded albums with the repertoire of George Gershwin and Antonio Carlos Jobim with the same orchestra, which were great successes. (Web site)
  3. George Gershwin (1898-1937) owes his place in the standard operatic repertoire to Porgy and Bess. (Web site)


  1. His repertoire includes gospel, funk, jazz, rhythm and blues, merengue, and salsa.
  2. A group consisting of 5 men & a lady whose repertoire ranges from the genres of funk and soul, with a sprinkle of pop and jazz.


  1. A "film-machine" (dozens of titles per year), his repertoire was frequently repeated, but never ennoying (if not the austere Film critics). (Web site)

Wide Range

  1. As duo with Thomas Brogsitter she performs a wide range of repertoire for piano and violin.
  2. He was known for his solo performances in a very wide range of repertoire (from Baroque music to contemporary), gaining fame as a chamber music performer. (Web site)


  1. His repertoire includes a wide range of styles, such as bossa nova, choro, samba, and MPB to name a few. (Web site)
  2. It has also a large repertoire of styles, which involve only percussion music such as the talavadya performances famous in South India.
  3. However, in other styles, such as Baroque repertoire, vibrato is used only rarely, as an ornament.


  1. Now under the tutelage of Dominique Eade at the Conservatory, Rachael is focusing on repertoire, improvisation and style, among other things. (Web site)

Duke Ellington

  1. Duke Ellington, a member of ASCAP, virtually lost the use of his repertoire for radio broadcasts.


  1. The second reason is the repertoire: look at the amount of time a pianist has to spend alone with his piano. (Web site)
  2. A concerto on nearly every major pianist's repertoire, it presents considerable technical challenges to the performer.
  3. Another pianist, Dick Katz, put his finger on the style: " "He has a vast repertoire of the great song composers such as Gershwin.

Official Site

  1. Official site includes upcoming events, profiles, repertoire, and CD information for the blues band from Montana.


  1. Official site of one of the new generation of Russian classical violinists contains biography, photos, a numerous sound clips, and a repertoire list.
  2. Francis Poulenc - Biography including links to related people, photograph, and selected discography from the Classical Net Basic Repertoire List. (Web site)
  3. Jazz Connection - Biography, schedule, repertoire, and photos for the jazz and soul band. (Web site)

Standard Repertoire

  1. His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concerto s, which have entered the standard repertoire. (Web site)
  2. His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concertos, which have entered the standard repertoire. (Web site)
  3. The standard repertoire for chamber ensembles is rich, and the totality of chamber music in print in sheet music form is nearly boundless. (Web site)


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