Partita

[Penderecki] The ``Partita for Harpsichord and Orchestra, sometimes also referred to as Partita for Harpsichord, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harp, Double Bass, and Chamber Orchestra or Harpsichord Concerto``, is a composition by Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki. It was finished in 1971 and is Penderecki`s only major composition for a ...
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Partita

Par┬Ěti'ta noun [ Italian ] (Mus.) A suite; a set of variations.
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Partita

• (n.) A suite; a set of variations.
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Partita

[Dallapiccola] Partita for orchestra, Alla memoria di Ernesto Consolo, is a composition by the Italian composer Luigi Dallapiccola. It was composed between 1930 and 1932. Partita is the work with which Dallapiccola first came to international recognition. Written in memory of the Italian pianist Ernesto Consolo, it is scored in four movemen...
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Partita

In music, a partita is a suite or a set of variations.
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Partita

Partita (also Partia, in German) was originally the name for a single-instrumental piece of music (16th and 17th centuries), but Johann Kuhnau (Thomaskantor till 1722, followed by Bach) and later German composers (notably Johann Sebastian Bach) used it for collections of musical pieces, as a synonym for suite. Johann Sebastian Bach wrote two sets ...
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Partita

Suite of Baroque dances.
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Partita

Suite of Baroque dances.
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