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Synonyms for cantabile

smooth and flowing

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Jo Williamson, Choir Director of Cantabile said: "As the first English choir to have been awarded this prestigious prize, I was speechless when I heard how well we had done and I couldn't be prouder of the girls."
Theodore Dubois (1837-1924) dedicated his "Cantabile for viola and piano" (1886) to Bernis.
His personal insight into the music was at its most profound in the cantabile and cantabile espressivo sections which play pivotal roles in each of these sonatas.
At the performance the point where soloists and chorus filed back on stage was before the third so the work could go on from the lovely theme and variations Adagio Molto e Cantabile into the explosive opening of the finale.
The choir, who will be under the artistic direction of Theodoros Krasides, will be joined by the Cantabile Choir of Epilogi.
It's a plan that seems foolproof, but when they purchase a pianoforte for the girls' training from ill-tempered instrument maker Vittorio Cantabile, their scheme--and their daughters' reputations--could be ruined.
But despite the cantabile instruction in the slow movements of K.333 and K.330 it was a Mozart, the most operatic of composers, who didn't sing much.
As he looks over various harpsichords in the shop of Vittorio Cantabile, Drigg is taken aback by the appearance of Cantabile's hare-lipped daughter, Annie.
"We were surprised, not least by the fact he was a bit older than Alison but also because he looked like he'd dressed in the dark!" Musical tributes came from Christopher Moss, who played the Northumbrian pipes in a nod to Graham's Newcastle roots, Simon Chorley, who played "A Piece for Mr Parker" on the trombone, composed especially for the service, Esther Everitt, who played Nuvole Bianche by Ludivico Einaudi on the piano, and members and former members of the Cantabile choir, who sang May It Be by Enya and Roma Ryan.
He is slated to star in "Cantabile Tomorrow," which will start airing in South Korea this October.
A wonderful piece, combining contrastive cantabile and lyrical, contrapuntal, motoric, dramatic and other areas.
Like a musical composition, his short novel is composed of three movements, in which the main theme--brotherhood--is interwoven with the subnarratives in a manner that recalls the interconnectedness of soloist and orchestra: Allegro, Largo Cantabile, and Allegro Non Molto.
While the opening and closing pieces are introspective and romantic, featuring cantabile melodies and flowing left-hand accompaniments, the varied inner pieces span ragtime, blues, music theater, country, western and metropolitan styles, respectively.
FIRESIDE CAROLS Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire December 19 2.30pm and 5pm ENJOY the annual concert from Cantabile and South Derbyshire Brass Ensemble followed by mulled wine and minced pies.