underrehearsed love

Definitions

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  • adjective performing arts Insufficiently rehearsed

Etymologies

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under- +‎ rehearsed

Examples

  • Jane Glover's conducting seemed murky and underrehearsed; there were a few train wrecks in Act I.

    Glum Season for St. Louis

  • Jane Glover's conducting seemed murky and underrehearsed; there were a few train wrecks in Act I.

    Glum Season for St. Louis

  • Jane Glover's conducting seemed murky and underrehearsed; there were a few train wrecks in Act I.

    Glum Season for St. Louis

  • The Spoleto Festival USA orchestra sounded scrappy and underrehearsed.

    Passion and Precision

  • But then Slatkin lost his way, standards declined, things were underrehearsed.

    Of new beginnings

  • My companion thought the Lindberg sounded underrehearsed, which could have caused the orchestra to look displeased.

    Rising Sun

  • Ahern unplugged everything but lead guitar and pedal steel, augmented hot Nashville session players with guest stars Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Vince Gill-then deliberately underrehearsed them.

    George Is On Our Mind

  • My companion thought the Lindberg sounded underrehearsed, which could have caused the orchestra to look displeased.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The other half of the concerts are usually a traversal of overplayed, classical warhorses in underrehearsed performances conducted by the Symphony's assistant conductor for noisy, casual audiences.

    Gaffigan and Denk at Summer in The City

  • The conductor James Gaffigan was brought in for a short Q&A at intermission and admitted that these concerts were fairly underrehearsed for lack of time, but the orchestra was so good that it didn't matter.

    Blogger Night at The Symphony

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