Partita


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Partita

 

in 17th- and 18th-century music, a type of variation on a choral melody, for organ; also, a type of instrumental suite consisting chiefly of dances.

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Volviendo a las ideas Thoene sobre las Sonatas y Partitas, en ellas se encuentran significados extramusicales si se aplica la concordancia descrita por Johannes Henningius en "De Cabbala Paragrammatica" y publicada en Leipzig en 1683, entre las secuencias alfabetica y numerica.
sepre nel principio All'inizio di ogni de ciascuna ptita si partita si mette il mette el.
The Suites are Bach's only work for unaccompanied cello, a masterpiece companion to his sonatas and partitas for solo violin.
Another work which shows ,Bach at his most experimental and avant-garde is the suite of six Sonatas and Partitas for SoloViolin.
Four of Archibugi's films, Mignon e partita, Verso sera, Il grande cocomero, and L'albero delle pere, are set in Rome in the present or recent past, with characters drawn from various strata of the middle classes.
Compuso, ademas, una obra para flauta sola, que corresponde a la Partita BWV 1013, a la manera de sus partitas para clave solo.
22 in F (lots of Sturm und Drang contrasts and a final coda that went well over the speed limit) and Bach's Second Partita, where its six movements were either lovingly polished like jewelled miniatures or glittered like fast-flowing rivulets.
Niederberger: Dash of Color for Three (2011); Greg Donner: Partita (2011); York Bowen, Ballade, Op.
Skelmanthorpe Prospect Brass Band from Section 2 will play Chaucer's Tunes (Michael Ball) with Garforth of Section 3 playing Partita for Band - Postcards from Home (Philip Wilby).
At one point Yaroub Smarait''s fiddle work was every bit as light and engaging as a Bach partita would be to western ears.
JS Bach's Partita in E Major is short and sweet with this performance showing how easily the music can be translated to piano.
One of the top violinists of our time, her programme includes Bach's breathtaking Partita No.