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Synonyms for divertimento

a musical composition in several movements

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Marriner recorded the Divertimenti and the Serenata Notturna in 1968 and issued them on the Argo label, the home of so many fine recordings that sound as good today as they did back then.
The same is abundantly true of the Cuarteto Casals' accounts of the quartets and divertimenti included in their three-disc package.
The portfolio includes Williams Refrigeration, Falcon, Mono Equipment, AFE Divertimenti and service companies AFE Service line and Millers Vanguard.
Solihull kitchen equipment maker AGA Foodservice has bought London-based cookware and kitchenware business Divertimenti for up to pounds 1.
ITV Yorkshire's Flying Cook, Rachel Green, will start the campaign rolling with a cookery demonstration for food writers at Divertimenti Cookery Theatre in London on May 25.
The stewards asked about the apparent improvement in the winner's form and noted Bowring's explanation that Divertimenti broke well and was able to dominate.
But a two-litre Pyroflam casserole will cost just pounds 22 from Divertimenti (0870 129 5026, www.
Aga operates mainly in the UK, but has a presence overseas and also owns tile company Fired Earth and kitchenware business Divertimenti.
Scored for one oboe, two horns and strings, the 1776 composition was, like all divertimenti, intended as light entertainment music.
Other ensembles lined up for the new year include Divertimenti, Mark Padmore with Roger Vignoles and the Navarra String Quartet.
The opening, five-furlong, two-year-old maiden looks the most intriguing race on tonight's card at Tipperary, bringing together two smart and experienced colts in RABATASH and DIVERTIMENTI and the Ballydoyle debutant BRAVE TIN SOLDIER.
Traditional stainless steel hob kettle, Divertimenti.
HHHHHMozart & Stadler Basset-horn Divertimenti (ASV Gaudeamus) The quaint basset-horn, slightly more elongated than a clarinet (and therefore occasionally compressed, as witness the cover of this disc), has a sound almost as soul-baring as that of a saxophone.
Subsequent chapters then address in turn, convincingly enough, Haydn's early keyboard sonatas, accompanied keyboard divertimenti, keyboard trios, string trios, the supposed "Opus 3" string quartets, divertimenti, and concertos; a final chapter (before a number of appendixes) rounds the book off with a conclusion.