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Synonyms for suite

Synonyms for suite

a group of attendants or followers

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

Synonyms for suite

a musical composition of several movements only loosely connected

apartment consisting of a series of connected rooms used as a living unit (as in a hotel)


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the group following and attending to some important person

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Like his early contemporaries, the Dance Suite contains an abundance of pleasant, Romantic tunes, concluding with a traditional Viennese waltz.
CLASSICAL ALBUM: "Bartok: Divertimento; Dance Suite, Etc.
The concert will be packed with other music by the birthday star including his Fanfare for Francis, Dance Suite, Celtic Lament, Highland Cathedral and Aria Fantasia on Wachet auf
Noel Rawsthorne's entertaining Dance Suite was written in 1937 for Gordon Stewart to re-open the restored Huddersfield Town Hall organ.
Dance Suite for Organ, Ttimpani and Brass Ensemble, by Andre Campra and arranged by Scott Sorenson.
The very next band up, the Northamptonshire County Youth Orchestra, delivered an equally superb performance of Bartok's Dance Suite which had just about everything short of the actual smell of goulash.
Somfai and Nelson Dellamaggiore [Homosassa, FL: Bartok Records, 1995]); and the orchestral Dance Suite (ed.
If the brittle brashness of Stravinsky's pagan dance suite, The Rite of Spring, served as a musical MoT for all departments, particularly percussion, the true revelation lay elsewhere.
A synchronised dance suite by the Debut Academy set the standard for the evening, followed by a well-executed performance of The Rhythm of Life by the Savoy Opera Society.
Summer," from the dance suite The Seasons, opened the program with typical Moiseyev fare: a grand array of more than forty dancers in brightly colored costumes weaving in and out of complex formations, celebrating with vibrant displays of technical virtuosity and complicated footwork at ever-increasing speed.
Bartok's Dance Suite even takes us to Algeria as well as Romania and his native Hungary, but one eventually loses patience with this sequence of skirling gipsy sounds and peasant drones.
Apart from Bach's evergreen Toccata and Fugue in D Minor you'll get Noel Rawsthorne's Dance Suite, Pietro Yon's Toccatina for the Flutes and LAon Boellmann's Suite Gothique The Yon work is a humoresque and rather too lightweight for my tastes, though immensely popular and often played as an encore, and its Italian composer (and one-time organist at St Peter's, Vatican) is certainly no slouch.
Inevitably there was national pastiche, from the contemporary in Alfred Reed's International Dance Suite and Nigel Hess's exuberant Global Variations, to vintage Malcolm Arnold and Henry Wood.
In different ways, the new editions of the Dance Suite and the Sonata for Solo Violin capture the series at its strongest.