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a composition for orchestra and a soloist

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Concerto 7000 provides continuous data protection which enables restoration of data to any point in time to provide complete flexibility when recovering from any kind of outage.
Concerto Cloud Services (Concerto), a provider of integrated Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions in the cloud, on Wednesday announced the release of Concerto PSA, an end-to-end, Microsoft-based PSA solution offered exclusively in a private cloud environment.
The flutists, Tracy Kraus and guest Orlando Cela, gave this concerto a bright and lively flavor; and the third movement, featuring the violinist Rohan Gregory and the two flutes, was an exciting virtuosic display.
Watching a virtuoso violinist perform a tricky concerto is a little like watching acrobats, knowing that the slightest slip could bring the show crashing to a halt.
2 (Vancouver, 1989) and Malcolm Forsyth's Piano Concerto (1993).
I heard her with the New York Philharmonic in Dvorak's Violin Concerto a few seasons back and was favorably impressed by the feeling she mustered.
a provider of clinical workflow and integration software for healthcare, has rolled out Concerto 6.
Concerto Software and Aspect Communications has announced that upon closing of their intended merger as announced on 5 July 2005, the combined company will be named Aspect Software.
The parts of seven concertos were engraved in Paris by Sieber between 1777 and 1787 (the fifth concerto still remains unlocated), some with up to three manuscript concordances, sometimes giving alternative solo instruments.
Concerto Software has announced general availability of Concerto Analyzer 3.
His Oboe Concerto makes the most elegiac contribution to the compilation and is beautifully played, together with Gordon Jacob's oboe concerto, by Ruth Bolister.
The opening movement of the Piano Concerto in A minor, a staple of the piano concerto repertoire and therefore having many alternative rivals, is famous for its dramatic opening drum roll and cascading crescendos from the piano.
But cellist Jonathan Aasgaardhas no doubts about Dvorak's Cello Concerto.
By all accounts, the opening for David Hammons's Concerto in Black and Blue, 2002, was magical.
Bach Concerto in D Minor for Two Violins and Orchestra for staging rehearsals of George Balanchine's Concerto Barocco with former New York City Ballet principal Jillana.