canto


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the highest part (usually the melody) in a piece of choral music

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a major division of a long poem

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They said: "PD Canto is recovering well after his Op.
The pictures from the police dogs twitter accounts show PD Canto back at home and recovering eating chew toys.
Nas ultimas duas decadas, estudos de neuroimagem tem objetivado identificar a ativacao de areas sensorio-motoras cerebrais durante o canto de uma nota repetida ou sustentada, a emissao de palavra cantada em diferentes ritmos, trechos de musicas populares ou de arias italianas, bem como canto harmonico, ou seja, a producao de dois ou mais sons simultaneamente.
Distinguen al Canto de amor a Stalingrado las transiciones en la voz poetica y los multiples simbolos que crean el mensaje poetico: la ciudad debe sobrevivir.
4) The openness of the Reform Movement in 1980s made it possible for these two singers to study bel canto in the United States and become sought-after opera singers in the West.
Canto CVII is concerned with the origins of the English legal system and, by extension, with the help it provided for the American colonists in their struggle for independence, a connection already announced in the Adams Cantos.
In the 1910s the First World War and the death of Gaudier Brzeska determined for Pound the reasons of his poetry and of The Cantos then in fieri: these reasons can be syncretized in a vorticist sense with these lines from the Pisan Cantos (Canto 78), where Pound is quoting the Spring and Autumn Annals, that he attributed to Confucius:
La practica del canto cristiano ha recibido multiples influencias que incluyen las practicas musicales del lugar geografico donde proceden, hasta la adopcion e imposicion de otras practicas musicales de diferentes culturas.
Ecuacion, Canto de la formula estetica (1929), Canto de hoy (1932), Canto de trinchera (1933), Cinco cantos rojos (1938), Canto al ejercito rojo (1944), son algunos de los titulos de las obras que en vida publica De Rokha.
Los parametros acusticos medidos fueron: (1) Duracion del canto [ms], (2) Intervalo entre cantos [ms], (3) Numero de pulsos por canto, (4) Duracion del pulso [ms], (5) Intervalo entre pulsos [ms], (6) Tasa de pulsos [pulsos/s], (7) Frecuencia dominante [Hz].
La facilidad de encuentros con individuos de esta especie tanto en zonas urbanas como en suburbanas, ademas de la baja complejidad en su llamado social a diferencia del canto de otros grupos como los mimidos e icteridos, permite usarlo como referencia para evaluar el impacto del estres en las aves de la region.
Canto IV focuses on passionate albeit destructive relationships and frames them between scenes of fallen civilizations.
Contract notice: service maintenance, repair and reform of the pavements and networks of irrigation and distribution of municipal water, existing in the public urbanization of the city of tres cantos
Aibee Cantos, Chief Executive Officer of Philam Life, told a roundtable discussion that Philam Life is now focusing on health and wellness because it is difficult to stay healthy with the kind of lifestyle now emerging among Filipinos.
Paulo de Cantos (Lisboa, 1893-1979) foi um professor do ensino liceal que publicou ao longo da sua carreira dezenas de livros didaticos que se mantiveram ate hoje na obscuridade.