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“So in the midst of these huge orchestrations, you know, 120 people on stage, suddenly there are these little almost intermezzi, you know, intimate song-like experiences.”
““Amelia” has an expressive score interwoven with moments of seeming simplicity: hymn tunes, a capella ensembles, and brief instrumental solos rising from the pit, all divided into scenes with orchestral intermezzi.”
“Brahms's late piano miniatures are among the miracles of the repertory: Murray Perahia, returning to the composer after a 20-year break, gives concentrated, intense accounts of the intermezzi.”
“His output as a composer seems to have been considerable – there are cantatas, oratorios, intermezzi, operas and instrumental pieces, as well as a wealth of music for the liturgy, from which Rinaldo Alessandrini has extracted this cross-section.”
“Hercules in Love" is an opera by Francesco Cavalli with ballet intermezzi by Jean-Baptiste Lully.”
“Primo di due intermezzi creati per il canale televisivo Ztélé di Astral.”
“Song preludes and intermezzi during liturgical functions are forbidden.”
“The Italians, who followed classic models, for a reason amply explained by the genesis of the art-form, rigorously excluded comedy from serious operas, except as intermezzi, until they hit upon a third classification, which they called opera semiseria, in which a serious subject was enlivened with comic episodes.”
“The second entertainment was a prose comedy of Landi, preceded by a prologue and provided with five intermezzi.”
“He became prominent as one of the early composers of intermezzi and he was employed also to write church music for wedding festivals.”
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