concerto

[ kuh n-cher-toh; Italian kawn-cher-taw ]

Antonyms for concerto

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I trembled and cried as he played our first—his first concerto in F minor.

It was for this occasion that the Saint-Saëns second concerto was written.

He appeared in London in 1827, his piece being the Hummel concerto.

At one of the Symphony concerts she brought out her own concerto.

Among others Mozart admired her greatly, and dedicated a concerto to her.

The conversation that followed charmed me more than the concerto.

These effects readily are discoverable in the larghetto of the Potocka concerto.

"Writing a concerto for the clavier," answered the small boy.

Allegro from the Concerto in F minor, composed and played by Chopin.

Only the Adagio and Rondo of his Concerto had a decided success.

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