scherzo

[ UK /ʃˈɜːzə‍ʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a fast movement (usually in triple time)
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  • Nor does he discuss another dialectic, between the Scherzo's anapestic and amphibrach crotchet groups, sublated after the Trio in that startling alla breve succession of equal minims; nor the hunting topos of the Trio.
  • The Symphony consists of only three movements - a pathetic Allegro in D minor, a highly original Scherzo in the same key, and a blissful Adagio in E major.
  • The trio's third movement is a scherzo, full of fleeting and magical tunes very reminiscent of the Midsummer's Night Dream overture, a piece that Mendelssohn wrote when he was just 17.
  • The trio's third movement is a scherzo, full of fleeting and magical tunes very reminiscent of the Midsummer's Night Dream overture, a piece that Mendelssohn wrote when he was just 17.
  • If the Sonata be not suitable for London, I could send another, or you might omit the Largo, and begin at once with the Fugue in the last movement, or the first movement, Adagio, and the third the Scherzo, the Largo, and the Allegro risoluto. Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826
  • SCHERZO, vivacissimo, from Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major Op. 19, transcription for violin VeryCD - ??????
  • The second scherzo-like movement had syncopated, imitative strokes between the piano and oboe, with pouncing dissonances and pizzicato obbligati on the strings. Rodney Punt: World Premiere by Peter Golub at Chamber Music Palisades
  • Scherzo’ requires lightness in fingerwork and pedaling.
  • A sardonic Scherzo follows, then a funereal passacaglia set in motion by ‘wrong-note’ chords on piano.
  • The minuet, which is marked allegretto, has the spirit and sound of a scherzo and ought to be played like one. Archive 2009-04-01
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