barcarolle


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a boating song sung by Venetian gondoliers

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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.
Horowitz (2004, 12) describes it as "a haunting barcarolle.
As though to himself, Gyeorgy Konstantinovich said, "I love Schubert, and his famous Evening Serenade, Barcarolle, and A Miller Conducts Life In Movement.
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.
Faryl is pushing her musical experience by tackling classics such as Dvorak's lovely Hymn To The Moon and Offenbach's Barcarolle which showcase the colour and range of her voice far better than crossover pieces such as Night Of Silence.
This then leads into the comforting reiteration "je sais et sens par exemple que la Barcarolle de Chopin doit etre jouee beaucoup plus lentement que ne fait Mlle X, qu'ils ne font tous [.
The moment of supreme romantic escape comes with the lovers' shared experience, from vastly different positions in the theatre, of The Tales of Hoffmann, from which we viewers hear the barcarolle.
And there is another ironic reference to a German great in the film: the composer Jacques Offenbach, whose Barcarolle we hear twice, and who was, yes, Jewish .
During a musical soiree, Helen reveals that she is unaware that she has been listening to the Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman, which turns out to have been the favorite piece of the man whose widow she is impersonating.
The three larger genres are viewed as compounds of allusive references to other, smaller ones (waltz, barcarolle, siciliano, etude).
I sensed a studied constraint in everything she did, right through a generously conceived Chopin group that included his greatest single work, the Barcarolle, played as if by a teacher who had prepared her performances thoroughly but whose goal to play correctly.
In Act IV (Giulietta), the famous Barcarolle, "Belle nuit," is given a luxurious treatment by Brueggergosman (perched seductively on one of the pool tables spread around the stage) and von Otter.