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Definition of the noun choral ode
What does choral ode mean as a name of something?
- ode sung by the chorus in classical Greek drama
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by Carol Diethe
Nietzsche presumes the choral ode will have ...
by Michael Kennedy, Tim Rutherford-Johnson, Joyce Kennedy
the Introduction and Allegro for str, the choral ode The Music Makers, and the symphonic study Falstaff. The 1st Sym. (1908) in particular had an astonishing initial success, being perf 100 times in just over a year in cities from ...
by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland
Among unpublished works are string quartets in A and G minor, an adagio and scherzo for strings, a suite for orchestra, a choral ode, “How sleep the brave, a capricco in D minor for string quartet, a service in F for double choir a cappella, ...
by Random House, Stephen Elliott
twofeced 9 deceitful, deceptive, dishonest, insincere, truthless 11 counterfait hyporchema form: 9 choral ode origin: 5 Greek honored: 6 Apollo 8 Dionysus hypothalamus regulates: 15 body temperature located ln: ...
by Michael Kennedy, Joyce Bourne
The *Music Makers, choral ode, Op.69 (1902–12); The *Spirit of ...
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