divertimento


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a musical composition in several movements

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Other than the Mahler's No 1 the orchestra played light-hearted, cheerful Divertimento for string orchestra in the first half of the programme.
Divertimento (D 137); dieses ist der letzte Satz einer dreisatzigen Fantasia in der "Guida".
The orchestra will also pay homage to Welsh born composer William Mathias, playing one of his earliest notable works - the Divertimento for Strings.
The final Rondo of the third Divertimento K 334 is the real crown of the whole recording.
Taking place at the United Reformed Church, on Ormskirk Street, it includes Divertimento for strings, Clarinet Concerto - with soloist Peter Hill on the basset-clarinet - Adagio and Fugue and Symphony No.
That was Mozart's E-flat Divertimento, so miraculously varied in the textures and colours it draws from this tiny ensemble, and so subtly, delicately phrased from this group of friends.
Bartok's lively folk-based Divertimento follows, and the evening ends with Beethoven's sublime Symphony No.
Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik; Divertimento in D; others.
is the door to a well-kept East Village secret: Divertimento Bistro (http://www.
En esta via, se encuentran varios impedimentos: el divertimento y el ennui o aburrimiento -- consecuencia de la falta de divertimento.
Haydn left us a charming Divertimento titled Il maestro e lo scolare (The Master and the Student) for piano four-hands.
The BBC Orchestra of Wales will play the Divertimento from Le Baiser de la Fee, Agon and Petrushka in the concert called simply, Ballet Music.
Concert The East Coast Chamber Orchestra, Ravel String Quartet, Mozart Divertimento, Greenstein Four and more, presented by Music Worcester, 8 p.
DALE Street Methodist Church in Leamington is playing host to a concert by Divertimento - Music for Voices on Saturday, December 7 at 7.
His conclusion is that the early-Classical divertimento (string quartets included) was not a potpourri or catch-all genre but was rather a coherent genre in terms of form, cyclic plan, dimension, and style.