barcarolle


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a boating song sung by Venetian gondoliers

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The music includes the famous 'Barcarolle' and the stunning showpiece numbers are perfect vehicles for the vocal virtuosity of Sofia Fomina as the clockwork doll Olympia, Christine Rice as the courtesan Giulietta, and Sonya Yoncheva as Hoffmann's last love Antonia.
Here, Faure's Third Barcarolle (1885-1886) and Ravel's Jeux d'eau (1901) played significant roles in the future trajectory of French keyboard repertoire.
We hear her in: the sextet from Lucia di Lammermoor (with Luciano Pavarotti,Joan Sutherland, Sherrill Milnes, Nicolai Ghiaurov and Ryland Davies); the quartet from Rigoletto (with Pavarotti, Sutherland and Milnes); and the "Barcarolle" from Les contes d'Hoffmann (with Sutherland).
Minus the pencil I hope, you could literally play that game with Barcarolle, 2014, a long horizontal linen canvas left partly bare but mostly filled with an intricate nest of white bands, which bend and cross and fold back on themselves, describing points and circles, short arcs and sudden right angles, zigzags and long, even curves.
The finale's opening outburst was anguished and the coda's quiet barcarolle recalled Joseph Conrad's vision of the Thames which "seemed to lead into the heart of an immense darkness".
The appendix contains a more detailed discussion of Chopin's Barcarolle and Fourth Ballade.
It was the Barcarolle. I lay there in amazement, in terror, thinking a
Inside the book there were also references to Offenbach's 'Barcarolle' from 'The Tales of Hoffman' and the 'Skye Boat Song.' Keen to understand every word of the book she loved, she scoured the Radio Times programming for the two pieces of music and after a time finding them, she listened and learned.
Olga and Lensky in Act I dance a pas de deux to the June Barcarolle. (Jerome Robbins choreographed the original version of this music in his 1981 Piano Pieces, still in repertory at New York City Ballet.) Cranko tends to ride roughshod over Tchaikovsky's phrasing; this is never choreography where the dance helps you hear the music better.
Welsh players Robert Earnshaw and Nat Jarvis lifted the Fusball title at Cardiff City's La Barcarolle Hotel in Nyon, Switzerland, beating England in the semi-finals and crushing Ireland in the final.
The obvious rhythm is a barcarolle, but Banti's musical images are too vivacious.
(13.) Horowitz (2004, 12) describes it as "a haunting barcarolle." Mendelsohn (2004, 52) calls it "an inorganically sentimental intrusion that slows down the show to no apparent point.
Kramer's program will include Chopin's Barcarolle, the B Minor Sonata and the four Ballades.
Finally, Stephen Hough celebrates the Chopin centenary with a collection of late masterpieces, the Barcarolle and Berceuse, some Mazurkas and Nocturnes and the centre piece is the 3rd Sonata.
Closing the first half of the evening, Tsujii ended his journey through Chopin's oeuvre with a special piece from later in the composer's career -- the sweeping, romantic Barcarolle in F sharp major Op.