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Squib: 1st Blue Peter (P Read) 2nd Con Brio (B Mather) 3rd Insatuable (J Bibby) all Royal Angelsey.
Squibs: 1 Con Brio Mather); 2 Greenfly (J Stead); 3 Razzo Secundo (B Spears) all Royal Anglesey.
As in the previous year, Trio con Brio Copenhagen's playing was magically fused, technically impeccable, lushly toned or muscularly rasping as called for-altogether a mesmerizing, transporting listening experience.
Over the three movements, what they call ten furlongs, it was Phoenix Tower who ran suave, con brio, con anima and, with only a movement to go and the man in the saddle giving every sign of rigoroso, he slowed down to andante, finishing slargando, what we call morendo in my trade .
Squibs: 1 Thistle (E Davies), 2 Cybi (R Roberts), 3 Con Brio (B Mather) all Royal Anglesey.
Never mind that this year's Arsenale show on cities was as dry as a ship's biscuit, the gaiety of nations in the Giardini took up Signor Burdett's theme of global urban existence (and the social, economic and architectural challenges thereof) con brio.
After moving to New York in 1972, he gigged with the great pianist Dave Brubeck for much of the next decade, returning to Boston in 1978, where he formed Con Brio with guitarists Mike Stern and Mick Goodrick.
Give them a permanent autumn glow with the bright orange, fiery shoots of Salix alba Britzensis emerging from between the golden and reddish leafy embers of summer-flowering calluna varieties Con Brio, Firefly and Robert Chapman.
Parallels, perhaps one should say "mirrorings," abound, and Labiner's writing, con brio, combines the most literary of allusions to the most worldly--from those early travel books, Genesis and the Odyssey, to the more contemporary Through the Looking-Glass as well as to the horrifically real Nazi extermination camps.
Even more variety is added in the form of two dramatic works by Mozart: the Introitus and Kyrie from his Requiem, and the Allegro con Brio from his 25th Symphony.
Linda May's flute was perfectly suited to the Allegro con brio opening movement, sparkling brightly above the flowing orchestral accompaniment, and later mirrored in the pizzicato lower strings.
Trio Con Brio Copenhagen is back by popular demand for a concert at 8 p.
Trio con Brio Copenhagen - that's Danish pianist Jens Elvekjaer and Korean sisters Soo-Jin Hong and Soo-Kyung Hong - have won musical prizes around the world.
Now their attraction to the latent lunacy of life has brought the company, presto con brio, to Italian Dario Fo's delicious theatrical masterpiece.
The title of the DVD, Con Brio, comes from a discussion during a master class.