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"Cadenzas" is a 1987 Juno Award nominated classical composition.

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Google previewVoice Secrets (2016)

100 Performance Strategies for the Advanced Singer by Matthew Hoch, Linda Lister

Published by Ricordi in 2 volumes and 2 appendixes Luigi Ricci's vast collection of operatic cadenzas is a classic anthology and a must-own for serious students of opera.

Google previewBeethoven Studies 3 (1982)

by Alan Tyson

One would think so because another stereotyped feature of Beethoven's longer cadenzas is a recollection of the second theme - a recollection rather than its full- scale return or a mere reference to it, because the feeling is of a distant, nostalgic ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Opera (2013)

by Scott L. Balthazar

Vocal cadenzas were considerably shorter than instrumental cadenzas: according to 18th-century theorists they were to be sung on a single breath, although in reality singers took liberties with that rule. The term was first applied to an ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Singer (2014)

by Matthew Hoch

While cadenzas are sometimes performed as originally notated by the composer, singers sometimes substitute traditional cadenzas with alternate cadenzas passed down to younger generations by great singers. Many classical singers own ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Clarinetist (2014)

by Jane Ellsworth

Instrumental cadenzas are usually found in types of music where a soloist is accompanied by an orchestra, piano, or other instruments; they are most common in concertos, usually occurring near the end of the first movement, but may also be ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1880)

(A.D. 1450-1880) by George Grove

a great many duo cadenzas to Beethoven's 1st, 2nd, 3rd , ...

Google previewFamous composers and their works: Musical forms [by] L. C. Elson. Evolution of musical notation [by] L. C. Elson. The philosophy of music [by] A. J. Mundy. Music and health [by] L. C. Elson. The orchestral instruments [by] L. C. Elson. The great operas [by] A. Elson. Some orchestral masterpieces [by] L. C. Elson. Standard oratorios [by] H. C. Lahee. Pronouncing dictionary of musical terms [by] H. N. Redman (1900)

by Louis Charles Elson

The cadenza is not printed in the body of the composition, but its place is generally indicated there by a hold placed over a half-cadence, a chord of the dominant or the six-four ; it is sometimes quite long : cadenzas which occupy a dozen or ...

Google previewGrove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1910)

by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland

whilst the third and last volume includes sixteen standard solos and concertos provided with Joachim's cadenzas and annotations .

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Scrabble value of C3A1D2E1N1Z10A1S1

The value of this 8-letter word is 20 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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