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The allegro finale became a piece of playful orchestral banter as slightly strident brass vied for supremacy with pizzicato
1 in A and then Shostakovich's earliest chamber pieces: "Elegy," which is a string arrangement of an aria from his first opera, "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District," and a frenzied pizzicato
polka derived from his ballet, "The Age of Gold."
They really let loose on The Magic Violin and Heart Of Romain, the latter boasting a stunning duet for pizzicato
violin and electric guitar.
In fact, the prolific Johann Strauss II was responsible for no less than ten pieces on the programme, as well as a collaboration with younger brother Josef on the Pizzicato
With a penchant for odd timbres (the pizzicato
strings on "The Life" sound like Greek restaurant ambience) and stripped down beats, musically Fault stays in step with trendsetters like Missy Elliott and the Neptunes.
Striking treatments of sound with frequent pizzicato
effects and other less usual forms of play are pressed here into a mere 12 minutes and a three-movement form.
Scherzo could have been taken with more playfulness, but it comes through fine.
One slithered off her box, breaking free to counter Stravinsky's pizzicato
construction with bold arabesque turns.
LINGFIELD: 2.00 Pizzicato
, 2.30 Indian Warrior, 3.30 Dushanbe, 4.00 Tigullio, 4.30 Sweet Patoopie.
From the tape sounded an endless waltz--the artist's pastiche of Johann and Josef Strauss's Pizzicato
Polka mixed with the sounds of bells.
The Belgian is the man to stick with in the Ladbrokes 3 Year Old All-Weather Championships (3.40), when he partners PIZZICATO