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recital

1. a musical performance by a soloist or soloists
2. Law the preliminary statement in a deed showing the reason for its existence and leading up to and explaining the operative part

Recital

dBASE-like language and DBMS from Recital Corporation. Versions include Vax VMS.
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She was awarded both a Solo Recitalist Fellowship and a recording grant by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Sponsoring Rededicatory Recital for Famous Organ Console Internationally Known Guest Recitalist, Hector Olivera, Will Lead Recital on Mother's Day--Sunday, May 13th at 3:00PM
Once a regular in the opera house - she began singing bit parts at New York's Metropolitan Opera in the mid-1980s and achieved leading-role status there by the early 1990s - Upshaw today is far better-known as a recitalist and concert singer.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky--with his instantly recognizable shock of white hair--interpreted her brother Valentin as a lieder recitalist (Serban--whether under orders or not--kept the stage without movement during his big lyric aria "Avant de quitter"), and that is more than enough for this primarily singing part.
In a new biography about the Aboriginal poet, writer and recitalist Pauline Johnson, author Charlotte Gray paints a vivid picture of the challenges faced by a prominent Metis woman who was well-loved all across Canada in the late 1800s and early part of the 20th century.
NOT one American singer today can break even exclusively as a recitalist, much less as a recitalist in his native tongue.
Named after the famous Quran recitalist Mishari Al Efasy, their success was due to their innovation in content and the modernization of style.
She has sung with the Michigan Opera Theater and has performed as a recitalist in Carnegie Hall and at the Beijing Conservatory in China.
Pianist Hupmann has performed in many countries throughout the world as recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician.
One of the most exciting artists of his generation to emerge from Romania, he performs internationally as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician in repertoire ranging from classical to modern.
An active recitalist and chamber player, Evan Hirsch holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from SUNY Purchase and a Master of Music from New England Conservatory.
However, what makes her new book The Composer's Landscape so intriguing is her unique perspective, gained over many years, as an active recitalist.