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cantoria

A church choir gallery.
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Finally, since the music was really conceived for the very specific acoustic characteristics of the Bolognese basilica, performing it in other venues does not automatically work: the presence of the two large organs and the horseshoe-shaped cantoria largely determines the way musicians are placed in the space, and the wooden baroque constructions in the choir section of the basilica create very specific sound effects in this enormous church with a more than ten-second reverberation time.
They once held candles illuminating the cantoria of Santa Maria del Fiore and are now on loan from the Musee Jacquemart-Andre in Paris.
O Mestre se comprazia com a cantoria de Ze Passarinho, mas detestava as de Marta, nao so porque repudiava a filha, mas porque ela cantava "latomia de Igreja" (FM 40).
Meyer (1980) atenta para as diferencas entre os poetas populares na literatura de cordel a partir de dois diferenciais: aqueles que se dedicam a cantoria, os cantadores, e os que escrevem historias em poesia, chamados de poetas de bancada.
North Wales pensioners Terry and Margaret Boyle moved to a pounds 150,000 dream villa in the southern hills of Cantoria.
Era comum a "cangula" durante o pichirum, um tipo de cantoria em que cada agricultor cantava uma trova e provocava o seguinte para continuar e, no final do pichirum, havia festa ou baile para se comemorar o termino dos trabalhos na lavoura.
Raposo lisonjeia a autora processo da cantoria comportamental 7 Cedendo aos elogios, a senhora processo canta deixando cair a dentadura comportamental 8 O Sr.
The final two chapters contain case studies of the rural interior traditions of the bandas de pifanos (fife and drum bands) and cantoria de viola (improvised sung poetry accompanied by the guitar-like viola) and of contemporary urban popular music from the cities of Salvador and Recife.
The Cantoria Girls Choir performed a mix of solo and group songs at Swinfen Hall Hotel, in Lichfield, to collect much needed funds for Acorns Children's Hospice, which has facilities in Birmingham, Walsall and Worcester.
Francesco Caglioti consolidates and strengthens his attribution to Donatello of the bronze Spiritelli in the collection of the Jacquemart-Andre Museum in Paris and argues for their original placement on Lucca della Robbia's Cantoria above the entrance to the Sagrestia delle Messe.
The famous folk mass, written by Argentine pianist-composer Ariel Ramirez, made its debut in 1964 on a Philips recording that featured the vocal group Los Fronterizos as soloists, the mixed chorus of the Cantoria de la Basilica del Socorro front Buenos Aires, and a small ensemble playing Andean instruments, all under the direction of the composer.