Prologue, serenade & finale

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  1. cross-strung harp, string orchestra: alternate versions: the published score indicates that the harp part can also be played on regular (pedal) harp or piano.
  2. Prologue; Serenade; Finale. The Cello Sonata was the first of a group of six projected sonatas for various instrumental combinations, of which Debussy only completed three before his death. This Sonata evokes the 18th century of the poems of Verlaine and the paintings of Watteau. It is said that the Cello Sonata was originally to be titled.
  3. Mar 09,  · Watch the webcast! This event will be streamed live at the time of the event. A junior degree recital performed by Molly Tucker, violin, and Karl Henry, cello assisted by Yu Sakamoto, Liam Kaplan, piano. Program: Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV Johann Sebastian Bach I. Adagio II. Fuga Dissolve, O my Heart Missy Mazzoli Sonata No. 2 in G Major, Op. 77 Maurice Ravel Allegretto Blues. .
  4. PIOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY (–) CD 1 1–13 Swan Lake, Op. 20 (Highlights) 14–17 Serenade for Strings in C major, Op. 48*. CD 2 1–8 The Nutcracker: Suite, Op. 71a° 9–23 Sleeping Beauty (Highlights). Concertgebouworkest (Swan Lake) London Symphony Orchestra (Serenade, Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty) Anatole Fistoulari *FIRST CD RELEASE ON DECCA.
  5. prolog, prologue — introduction, sometimes as a "table of contents" or a summary of things to come serenade, serenada, serenata [I], sérénade [F] — A suite of movements like a divertimento with similar connotations of lightheartedness, pleasure and relative calm with an emphasis on lyricism and often beginning with a march.
  6. Finale Act I, Part I A5.a: Come, Sir, Will You Join Our Noble Saxon Corps? A5.b: Gaudeamus Igitur: A5.c: Drinking Song (Reprise) - Finale Act I, Part II B1: Serenade (Overhead The Moon Is Beaming) Finale, Act I, Part III
  7. Six sonatas for various instruments, composed by Claude Debussy, French musician (French: Six sonates pour divers instruments, composées par Claude Debussy, musicien français) was a projected cycle of sonatas that was interrupted by the composer's death in , after he had composed only half of the projected sonatas. He left behind his sonatas for cello and piano (), flute, viola and.
  8. III. Finale - Allegro Moderato Ma Risoluto: 4: Syrinx For Solo Flute () 5: Première Rapsodie For Clarinet And Piano () 6: Petite Pièce For Clarinet And Piano () Sonata For Violin And Piano () 7: I. Allegro Vivo: 8: II. Intermède - Fantasque Et Léger: 9: III. Finale - Très Animé:

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