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canto

a main division of a long poem
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A traves de sus tematicas, de las voces, ritmos e inflexiones emotivas de los cantores, se aprecia la gran energia y especial creatividad del canto y la palabra mapuche.
They said in multiple tweets: "PD Canto was seriously injured on duty this week, we are all missing him and wishing him a safe and speedy recovery.
O aprendizado do canto diferencia os animais cantantes em dois grupos: uns que aprendem apenas por um periodo da vida e outros que o fazem durante toda a vida [1].
Pero solo despues de Stalingrado, sus poemarios se volveran cantos: Canto general de Chile (1943) y Canto general (1950).
1) Through personal interviews with a group of Chinese voice teachers and observation of their studio teaching, it was discovered how the educational system and teaching methods for training Chinese bel canto singers differed from Western vocal music education.
We may find a first taste of this in the opening lines of Canto CVII:
In canto 72 Marinetti's ghost addresses Pound directly, asking him to use his body to fight; Pound refuses: "Gia vecchio il mio corpo, Tomaso/E poi dove andrei?
El pie de foto de referencia dice: "Hinojosa Canto.
lt;<La tradicion musical de la Iglesia universal constituye un tesoro de valor inestimable, que sobresale entre las demas expresiones artisticas, principalmente porque el canto sagrado, unido a las palabras, constituye una parte necesaria o integral de la Liturgia solemne.
El gemido es, en la poetica de Pablo de Rokha, un canto sin querer, esto es, algo que se da por excedente y que esta profundamente vinculado a la fatalidad, pero tambien con su contracara: la vitalidad.
Toft provides citations of periodicals of the bel canto period that describe specific performances as dramatically superior or inferior (by only one critic per performance).
En el presente trabajo se describe el canto de advertencia de C.