divertimento


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divertimento

1. a piece of entertaining music in several movements, often scored for a mixed ensemble and having no fixed form
2. an episode in a fugue
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Divertimento in Quintetto [F-Dur] per Violoncello obbligato o Viola con accompagnemento di due Violini, Viola e Basso
The proceedings slow down a bit with excerpts from Le Petits Riens and the Adagio from the Serenade in Byqat major, but then it's off to the races again in the Divertimento in D major.
Everything on Divertimento Bistro's menu is made to order.
Es decir, el divertimento no se refiere simplemente a los pasatiempos sino que concierne a toda actividad humana que no se relaciona con Dios.
The company performs two programs at home, which include Apollo, Donizetti Variations, Robbins' Afternoon of a Faun, and Haieff Divertimento, this season's choice for the Balanchine Preservation Initiative and a predecessor to Square Dance.
The lesser-known piece on this weekend's program was the opening work, the Divertimento in D, K.
Highlights were the Illyrian Dances, Curtain Call, and an excerpt from his newest piece, Divertimento for Band, receiving its premiere in Ireland next month, which impressed with its deftness and energy.
After listening to the first track on this disc, the Divertimento in D, K.
The seven string players bring a programme including Elgar's Serenade and Mozart's Divertimento to the Queen's Hall.
After the Schnittke came Mozart's K563 Divertimento, as personal and profound an expression as the Schnittke, with an extraordinary Adagio movement, unlike any other from Mozart and with some very Schnittke-esque dissonances.
This collection contains forty-six vocal and instrumental compositions, including the "Yankee Doodleiad," a national divertimento for piano and strings.
Festival of Voices will be hosted by Leamington choir Divertimento which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.