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a musical organization consisting of a group of instrumentalists including string players

seating on the main floor in a theater

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movement could have done with a touch more elegance, but this was a pleasing opener before the massed orchestral forces assembled.
The gala will feature some of the most inspiring orchestral music ever written: Mendelssohn's mighty Hebrides Overture , Brahms's virtuosic Violin Concerto in D a nd one of the most popular orchestral classics, Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.
One of Britain's most gifted and unique vocal talents, he will perform songs and hits from his 36-year career to new orchestral arrangements of his own hits, iconic torch songs, and 60s orchestral pop for which he has become loved for, from his new album Shadows and Reflections.
While the orchestral studies make up the bulk of the book, McGregor also includes 20 pages of warm-up and fundamental exercises based on the teachings of Vincent Cichowitz and, to a greater extent, his former teacher Clifford Lillya.
Nights in the Gardens of Spain is a brief concert film featuring Charles Dutoit and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra (they also provide all of the orchestral portions of the DVD's soundtrack) performing with pianist Alicia de Larrocha in Falla's only work for piano and orchestra, Noches en los Jardines de Espaha.
DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID ORCHESTRAL SUITE" Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman Arranged by A.
The Gateshead-born conductor shared top billing with Seaham's renowned baritone, Sir Thomas Allen, in a celebration of light orchestral music, the staple radio and concert diet of austerity Britain in the mid 20th Century.
Marianne Butijn's presentation outlined the role of the music library as an active partner of the orchestra in planning and preparing performances, remarking how the term "archive" is employed to describe both archives and orchestral music libraries, in spite of the big differences regarding both the professional training and the actual tasks of the music librarian, the collections stored in the library, and their dynamic use, which generates continuous changes in the collected materials.
T TT -T-T- Robert Woolley plays a generous selection of original organ works by Handel and his contemporaries plus some transcriptions of Handel's orchestral works.
It sees the 70s charttopper present orchestral arrangements of his hits with Roxy Music as well as his solo material.
The Kyrgyz National Conservatory will hold a final concert within the orchestral music week in Bishkek on April 26, said initiator of the event Raykan Karagulova Ayzenhut during the press conference in AKIpress today.
8221; The album features a sound Leppert has developed called: “Orch/Rock” -- a genre that combines organic, original orchestral compositions with the modern sounds of Adult Contemporary/Top 40 Rock.
management functions and descriptions of very specific documents that are the scores and orchestral material - features Electronic Document Management to manage scanned documents (scripts, scores and orchestral material, files documentaries .
Sinfonia Cymru is set to perform the world premiere of a brand-new orchestral piece by Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama graduate Mark David Boden.
Though it was difficult to attend to the orchestra, so riveting was the soloist, the orchestral musicians did a masterful job of supporting and accompanying him.