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a brilliant solo passage occurring near the end of a piece of music

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Within each of the 11 automotive classes covered by the awards, the vehicle with the highest composite score is named the Best Car for Families in that category, and the Cadenza was chosen from a field of eight competitor vehicles in the Large Car category.
The previous generation Cadenza has a six-speed transmission.
The 2017 Kia Cadenza is available starting from BD13,850.
The starting price of the new 2017 Kia Cadenza is BD13,750.
Although Adkins had been working for Fairstar he was actually under contract to do so by a separate company called Cadenza Management.
With festival founder Helmuth Rilling on the podium, violinist Joshua Bell charmed listeners in the Hult's 2,500-seat Silva Concert Hall as he played his rendition of Mendelssohn's violin concerto, featuring a violin cadenza that Bell wrote himself in place of the 19th century composer's.
ENJOY an early taste of Ibiza courtesy of This is Cadenza at the Courtyard of Nation on Sunday.
The development section of the first movement was beautifully questioning, almost poignant in places, but that soon dissolved into a frantic, blazing cadenza - a brilliant conclusion to a dramatic opening movement.
Yesterday, Al Muhairi, a member of the UAE team which won a team gold and an individual silver at the WEG, rode 13-year-old Fenwick Cadenza to victory in the Shaikh Rashid Bin Hamdan Al Maktoum Challenge Festival 2011 120-km Endurance Ride.
National Arab Motors (Kia Jordan) organized a dinner on May 26, at the Four Seasons Hotel to announce the launch of its new luxury vehicle, the Kia Cadenza.
In what's sure to earn the Ibiza Town club major cool points, deep house and techno don Luciano has been signed up to bring his internationally respected Cadenza night to the venue for a weekly Sunday residency.
In 1717 Bach purchased a new harpsichord for Prince Leopold's orchestra, so it is quite likely that the spectacular, extensive cadenza he wrote at the end of the 1st movement in Concerto 5 was written to showcase the new instrument.
In Brandenburg Five, harpsichordist Christine Whiffen delivered a sparkling account of the huge cadenza which lies at the heart of the piece.
3) As Bribitzer-Stull puts it, conventional wisdom holds that the cadenza is a musical parenthesis: like linguistic parenthetical remarks, cadenzas may be engaging, illuminating, and insightful, but they are not regarded as intrinsic to structural coherence.
This was a display of sheer ego and the first movement cadenza epitomised it all as it duly fell apart with uninvited notes.