throughout, the whole song rides swiftly over repeated Gs, and later B[flat]s and As, in the piano in a triplet pattern in triple meters.
66) As early as 1841, Moscheles commented that the marking for the first movement produces "so fearful a prestissimo
as Beethoven could never have intended," and recommended reducing it to [half note] = 116.
Students can deliberately play a work in the wrong style, try to depict the opposite character, use way too much pedal or none at all, turn an adagio into a prestissimo
or vice versa.
Sensitive balance with a bass guitar led to crazy prestissimo
It is a movement marked allegro assai, but it was played prestissimo
Her novel handling of Brahms's octave glissandos was especially stunning, the way she took them prestissimo
, staccato, and pianissimo all in one, producing a feverish, nearly unbearable nervous effect which electrified the critics no less than the crowd.
Or, if we really want the seal population to thrive, then we'd all better become vegetarians prestissimo
1, in 3/4, dotted minim = 112, go at the same tempo as the final 6/8 Prestissimo
Once the piece begins with its driving 2/2 meter and prestissimo
tempo, it is maintained throughout the entire work until it reaches its climatic allargando in the last three measures.
Stylish improvised African drumming from Rebello in Fanshawe's 'Lord's Prayer' from his 'African Sanctus,' was followed by her spectacular performance of 'Speaking in Tongues', vocalised Indian dance patterns (originally tabla); music with spirited prestissimo
articulation any singer would envy.
Nell'ultimo capitolo Jossa si occupa dei cosiddetto "caso Ariosto" che scoppia quasi subito dopo la pubblicazione deli'ultima edizione dei poema ariostesco: "la discussione sull'Orlando furioso comincia prestissimo
, se e vero, come riteniamo, che essa si manifesta gia dentro al poema con le aggiunte del 1521 e del 1532.