allegretto


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allegretto

Music
1. (to be performed) fairly quickly or briskly
2. a piece or passage to be performed in this manner
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A rival study from Reich, Allegretto, and Anna Godoey specifically examined food service employment and used federal Census Department data rather than state unemployment administration data.
Like many reenactors, Allegretto and Brown were first drawn in by Civil War history, but their interests later expanded.
The Allegretto is a short five minutes, and its nostalgic mood makes it accessible and easily added to almost any program.
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Allegretto was recognised by family and friends after the poster appeared on Facebook and was printed in the local paper.
He brought the same vivid characterization to Schubert's Arpeggione sonata, especially in the playful Allegretto, with some fizzing pizzicato.
His repertoire at Huddersfield Town Hall on Monday, November 4, includes Mendelssohn Sonata 1, JS Bach Trio in G, Mozart Fantasia in F minor/major, Bourgeois Variations on a theme of Herbert Howells, Wolstenholme Allegretto in E and Widor Finale (Symphony 6).
His dam Allegretto was a Group 1 winning stayer for Sir Michael Stoute so there should be plenty more to come now that he steps up to 1m6f.
In the opening allegretto, pianist Michael Bahmann dispatched the lively scale passages and trills with ease and aplomb while appropriately accompanied by little conversations between the violin and cello.
Among the authors submitting articles from outside the Bureau, Sylvia Allegretto and Devon Lynch were recognized for "The composition of the unemployed and long-term unemployed in tough labor markets," which was published in the October 2010 Review.