funeral march

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a slow march to be played for funeral processions

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To play the Funeral March at nine-years-old is particularly astounding, you can see Xiaolin's whole body is working into playing and he's at one with the music.
The ceremony featured martial pageantry and music while a band played a funeral march, the Celtic Lament, as well as Sibelius' Be Still My Soul.
As the last notes of Chopin's Funeral March died away a hush came over the church.
Al Wefaq National Islamic Society claims he died from head injuries sustained during a funeral march in Sr on February 23.
They called it a funeral march - the Death of the Valley - but in reality it was the biggest fightback Caerphilly has seen since the Miners Strike and Poll Tax debacle.
Following the service, the casket was taken for burial at the church's cemetery, while the army band played the funeral march.
Vasily Petrenko and the RLPO gave a masterful interpretation, from the insistent opening through serene moments of repose to the intense power of the funeral march.
The World Press Photo of the Year award went to Swedish Photographer Paul Hansen, whose snapshot of a funeral march in Gaza also won first prize in the Spot News category.
Later that month, Barry Woods Johnston presented a piano recital of his works Funeral March and Condolence (2011) and Omni Sonata (1981) Andante con Tempo Sempre Stretto, Larghetto, Moderato, and Aggitato.
The blue of the river turns into black like a veil of mourning, and the waltz changes into a funeral march.
By the time I'd got to the other end of the pier, I felt as if I'd been on a funeral march, or someone was going to whisk me off to Heaven.
Mohammed Ali, a southern movement activist, said thousands of young people took part in the funeral march in preparation for a demonstration demanding that security forces leave the square, as well as calling for secession from the north.
A funeral march for Habib is set to take place today, which could set the stage for riots while the race takes place at the circuit about 12km from the centre of Manama.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said four people were killed during a funeral march in Aleppo, one by shelling in Homs and a sixth succumbed to wounds inflicted by torture in Rastan, straddling the Damascus-Aleppo road.
Funeral march symbolizes the fact that the hopes of citizens for judicial reforms fade away, said human rights defender Aziza Abdirasulova.