How To Use Violist In A Sentence

  • Veteran violist Paul Neubauer likes the late-night format because, as a performer you get a different vibe from every audience. Perhaps Some Schubert
  • Shortly after orchestrating the second series of Slavonic Dances in 1886, the composer, a violist, wrote two string terzettos for himself and two violin students, who lived in his house.
  • Among his disciples are the well-known cello teacher George Neikrug and the late violist, William Primrose and among his students were concertmasters of major orchestras, including Joseph Silverstein.
  • If I were a violist I would definitely want this to be in the regular repertoire.
  • Violist Richard Fleischman played with a vibrant, fruity tone that suited this music perfectly.
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  • Furthermore, the adagio presents the violist and pianist with a tour de force: fourteen minutes of slow playing at a dynamic range restricted mostly to soft.
  • Monday's seven-hour concert features a sprawl of hybrid-happy new-music acts, including So Percussion, the Nebraska-based Chiara String Quartet, violist Nadia Sirota, and Buke and Gass, a Brooklyn duo that plays homemade mutant string instruments. Playing Between Rock and a Classical Place
  • Furthermore, the adagio presents the violist and pianist with a tour de force: fourteen minutes of slow playing at a dynamic range restricted mostly to soft.
  • I'll bet he even makes viola jokes (most violists do, in self-defence).
  • British composers were especially lucky in their clarinetists, oboists, horn players, and violists.
  • Bennett's writing is highly sensitive, with delicate writing for the harp and harpsichord, as well as for the violist.
  • He employed five violists, two keyboard players, a consort of singers, and he had at least four organs at the time of his death in 1612.
  • Director/violinist/violist Julian Rachlin played the role of the solo arpeggione (a long-obsolete cello-guitar hybrid) on the viola with warmth and the sort of lyricism so intrinsic to Schubert's music. In performance: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
  • It is an unfunny fact that last-desk violists - placed immediately before the trumpets - have been proven to suffer noise levels and hearing loss more usually associated with wielders of electric drills and road-cutting equipment.
  • The eclectic mixture ranges from the contemporary classical playing of Chinese/American fiddler and violist Michael Chang to the punchy and precise traditional tunes played by Irishman Colm Naughton on the mandolin.
  • He has two children with his ex-wife, a professional violist. How He Has Grown
  • They suited her to a fare-thee-well, and her excellent pianist and the violist, too.
  • Most violists simply don't take the spotlight like this.
  • The violist limbered her wrists before the concert
  • British composers were especially lucky in their clarinetists, oboists, horn players, and violists.
  • We play chamber music with a couple of friends - he, poor fellow, a mere violist like yourself, she a cello player.
  • The other two pieces on the program were John Cage's early "In a Landscape" (originally for piano), a contemplative and romantically atmospheric rumination, and a delightful new work by Brooklyn Rider violinist Colin Jacobsen called "Sheriff's Lied, Sheriff's Freude" ( "Sheriff" is violist Nicholas Cords's nickname). Performing Arts: Kelli O'Hara lights up the Kennedy Center
  • LYCEUM CHAMBER CONCERT, by French horn player Jay Chadwick and pianist Sarah Strauss Himmelfarb, works by Bach; violinist Joel Ang, violist Cesse Ip, cellist Paul Marshall and pianist Stephen Bertino, works by Fauré; flutist Susan Brockman and pianist Stephen Bertino, works by Fauré and Dunhill. 3 p.m., the Lyceum, 201 S. Washington St., Alexandria and Arlington community events, Aug. 5-12, 2010
  • Even so, at a party last night, I mentioned it to the quartet's shy violist, so that he might look into it.
  • Five cellists, twelve violinists, five violists, and two bassists.
  • Husa's balance of austere folk-cultural strains with a modernist aesthetic -- clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, violist Steve Tenenbom and cellist Marcy Rosen gave an authoritative performance -- was deeply influenced by Bartók. Allan M. Jalon: Arts Lust: Central Europe's Underwear Showing
  • Led by playing of uncommon mellowness and timbral purity from clarinetist Anthony McGill, enhanced by the elegant understatement of veteran violist Michael Tree and the character-rich keyboard work of pianist Anna Polonsky, they brought out the genial warmth in Mozart's writing. A superlative performance by the Schumann Trio
  • The violist and the orchestra share the concerto's sound-world with a string quartet, tuned a quarter-tone lower - a darker ‘second dimension,’ in the words of the composer.
  • There were other advantages, says violist Beth Guterman: Just sitting on stage without playing, as Patrick Castillo spoke about the music, made me feel a connection to the audience that was somehow more personal. Perhaps Some Schubert
  • August 19, 2009 at 4:16 pm twittering turtlols umbraj unikorms vurtu-oh-soh violists wavey waddermelolins xzawsted xylofones I WANNA SEE! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • I am a female clarinet player with a secret passion for a violist in my orchestra.
  • In chamber music, if the violist is sub-standard, you pack up and go home.
  • In the United States, Hungarian Slovak Gypsies, mostly violists, have played popular Hungarian music at immigrant weddings.
  • Led by playing of uncommon mellowness and timbral purity from clarinetist Anthony McGill, enhanced by the elegant understatement of veteran violist Michael Tree and the character-rich keyboard work of pianist Anna Polonsky, they brought out the genial warmth in Mozart's writing. A superlative performance by the Schumann Trio
  • Young Alfonso was accepted at court in his turn, a singer, lutenist and violist.
  • The author discusses how all musicians need to pull things together in a methodical way, as good violists do in an orchestra.
  • I was feeling the exhaustion keenly - but not enough to make a complete ass of myself during choir, which inched by like a violist playing Paganini caprices.
  • His tone on the viola is satisfyingly rich and rounded, surely the envy of many a lifelong violist.
  • Why is a violist like a terrorist?
  • Kushner: Throughout the Ecstatic Music Festival, women have played a prominent role, from composers such as Missy Mazzoli, Merrill Garbus, Olga Bell and yourself to performers like cellist Clarice Jensen, flutist Alex Sopp, violist Nadia Sirota, and vocalist Shara Worden, not to mention many others. Daniel J. Kushner: Ecstatic Music Festival Interview #5: Sarah Kirkland Snider and Rob Moose
  • An accomplished violist and violinist, he enjoys playing chamber music and composing.
  • Sorry to hear about your back pain, which is not of course unknown among cellists (and probably even worse among violinists and violists, given the bizarre way they hold their instruments of torture.)
  • Paul Hindemith was a musical polymath - composer, conductor, violist, educator, and musicologist.
  • Apparently some famous violinist whose name escapes me wrote to his son (a violist): ‘You must practise with great assiduousness, since you do not wish to remain a violist for the whole of your life.’
  • As the composer explained to the violist for whom this sonata was created, ‘the first movement is a novella, the second is a scherzo, and the finale is an adagio in memory of Beethoven.’
  • Had you been a bassoonist, I'd probably have suggested a violist!
  • (As if that weren 't unfair enough, Mr. Britten was a pretty decent violist, too.) Unforgettable in More Than One Way

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