Repetiteur


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Repetiteur

 

in an opera and ballet theater, the pianist who is an assistant to the conductor and whose duties include coaching the solo singers.

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There was no piano reduction of Thy Kingdom Come; only the sixth-tone harmonium could serve as an aid for the repetiteur. Most of the rehearsal material had to be prepared for the world premiere in Ostrava.
Opening on June 2 in Nicosia, the festival kicks off with a voice and piano recital by the renowned Danish coloratura soprano Susanne Elmark joining forces with international repetiteur Christian Westergaard (winner of the 2015 International Lied Duo Competitio) in a programme of songs by Debussy, Berg, R Strauss, Prokofiev and Grieg.
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Turley-Trejo is a fine pianist and has worked as repetiteur for the Utah Lyric Opera Company as well as a rehearsal pianist for Ballet West.
More specialized references such as mise en scene, Program announcements, and violon repetiteur are also present.
Elle dispose d'un pare-choc, calandre et lame inferieure couleur carrosserie, des poignees de porte, couleur carrosserie, feux de jour a LED, 3e feux de stop a LED, retroviseurs exterieurs couleur carrosserie, electriques avec repetiteur de clignotants, jantes acier 15.
He was joined by the show's director, Emily Leather, and repetiteur, Katherine Wilde.
Maia Wilkins, the Joffrey dancer, is a repetiteur - that's a term unique to ballet and to opera - or "rehearser." But what she really does is to transmit the detailed look and feel of a 30-year-old performance to a group of dancers who mostly hadn't even been born yet when it originally was choreographed.
For Guimaraes's film, a sanctioned repetiteur teaches dancers from the Danish Royal Ballet in Copenhagen to perform the Ballets Russes' 1917 work Parade--complete with stylized costumes based on Pablo Picasso's Cubist originals.
The former ballerina and world renowned repetiteur shares her experiences working with such greats as Dame Ninette de Valois, Sir Frederick Ashton, Antony Tudor, Leonide Massine, Dame Margot Fonteyn, Christopher Wheeldon and Matthew Bourne.
(4) So that's our challenge in introducing Difference and Repetition: can we help our students avoid subjecting themselves to it as a monument in the history of philosophy, as is the case with an Oedipal relation to the history of philosophy in which you give yourself up to be a mere repetiteur: an old occupational title in the French academic system?