obbligato


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for obbligato

a persistent but subordinate motif

Synonyms

Related Words

a part of the score that must be performed without change or omission

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The obbligato instrument is on an equal footing with the voice, and the lyric demands and musical acumen required of all the ensemble make this an excellent programming choice for those seeking unusual music from this era.
This is based on the experience gained from introducing the Obbligato series to approximately 850 companies.
We believe compatibility with chemSHERPA, which can be used as a common scheme for handling information across a supply chain, will be a key differentiator for the new ProChemist/BM and Obbligato III," said Toshikazu Fukuoka, General Manager, Manufacturing and Process Industries Systems Development Division, NEC Corporation.
The fifth symphony is scored for a large orchestra, including six horn parts plus a special obbligato solo horn part in the third movement.
L'autore di questo romanzo, Leonardo Rossiello Ramirez--nipote di emigranti italiani--ha vissuto in Uruguay e dall'Uruguay e andato via, quando la dittatura militare l'ha obbligato a compiere una specie di viaggio di ritorno, dal Sud America verso l'Europa.
Michel Pollock accompanied with discretion and Leslie Craven provided a flawless clarinet obbligato.
The new system, managed by Obbligato II, allows users to smoothly access and change product and technological information from any site, such as laboratories and manufacturing plants, without causing confusion between company divisions.
In general, conductor and orchestra played with gusto and heart, and the music allowed for some impressive obbligato efforts, most notably concertmaster Martin Chalifour (molten in the Overtura) and principal clarinetist Lorin Levee (melancholic in the Canzonetta).
Ian Tracey had, albeit slightly, reorganised the positioning of singers and orchestra in the cathedral nave, and to better effect, especially for the woodwind obbligato.
Qui l'autore insiste, giustamente a mio avviso, sul tipo di assimilazione culturale e psicologica in corso tra le biografie dei caduti partigiani e le tradizioni legate alla cultura del martirio cristiano, percorso obbligato per l'identificazione delle fonti primarie di quei valori di riferimento, spesso inconsapevoli, della lotta partigiana.
Set to Scriabin's Pomme tragique (apparently Nureyev's own choice), this mixture of sobs and spins, a technical display with an unrelated obbligato of anguished hair-tearing, had a startling undertone of symbolism.
And when Leon Dash, a reporter for The Washington Post, won a Pulitzer Prize for a series on three generations of a black family headed by a single mother -- with, McGowan writes, an obbligato of "underclass crime, poverty, welfare dependency, and drug addiction" -- a number of black colleagues at the paper were so incensed at Dash's having "fed pernicious racial stereotypes" that he became "a pariah of sorts" among some black colleagues.
They avoid the obbligato third way between such dichotomies by sketching a framework for reflective research in four levels.
Having said that there were some serene moments, such as the shapely obbligato oboe partnering the soprano in Domine Deus, rex coelestis.
To manage bills of materials and other documents, and to share information with these subsidiaries--in short, to track paperwork across this complex noperation-the company uses a product data management software, Obbligato, from its parent, NEC Corp.