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  • n. Plural form of solo.


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  • His violin solos are superb and the sincerity and heart he brings to his music is contagious.

    Cheesy Broadcasting Corporation « BuzzMachine

  • It’s Festival day, the day singers all over the state gather for adjudication in solos, duets, quartets, or small ensembles.

    Festival Day

  • On a few of these tracks, the solos are the opposite of righteous, dude.

    The Brothers Scream-Your-Head-Off

  • Mrs. Channing's four solos were the feature of the whole programme.

    Rilla of Ingleside

  • Fans cheered the start of the guitar interludes -- don't call them "solos" -- during "Impossible Germany" and "Handshake Drugs," and they shook their heads to the shrill, panicky instrumentation in "Bull Black Nova." rss feed

  • The judges aren't offering feedback for these solos, which is nice in that maybe it means we're just going to watch some good dancing.

    Television Without Pity

  • His solos are a bit more restrained than they might have been in company with Tony Williams, Alan Dawson or other drummers more inclined to go with his flow.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • The course also presents an in-depth look at orchestrating from single-layer material, such as solos and homophonic statements, to complex textures of four or more layers-music that is too complex to fit into a traditional melody / countermelody / harmony format.


  • I'm really good at learning rhythm guitar and can pick up most lead guitar fairly quickly but I'm having real trouble with learning solos which is fairly irritating to be honest.

    All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  • The type of music we're playing is mostly Celtic and other fiddle tunes without lead breaks or "solos," so it isn't a big deal that I can't vary my volume except for picking dynamics.

    Mandolin Cafe News


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