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PiZZ

The most common variant allele in α1-antitrypsin deficiency; the common normal allele is PiMM. See α1-antitrypsin deficiency.
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Chanterelle, Verlag, Muzyka (Moscow), TARA Publications and Pizzicato.
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.
Elana Gallup music students, Pizzicato Strings, the Antelope Valley Children's Choir and the Mirka Robinson Instrumental Group.
30pm, and will feature many of the Strauss favourites - the Emperor Waltz, the Pizzicato Polka, Tales from the Vienna Woods and the Blue Danube Waltz among them - and also Mozart's Salzburg Symphony and Vienna, City of My Dreams by Sieczynski.
Since 1995's debut single, "Journey," the group has worked with musical uber-hipsters the Pizzicato Five, Fantastic Plastic Machine, and Deee-lite's Towa Tei.
The following Harp Quartet (op 74) - so-called because of the pizzicato effects that run throughout - was the high spot with magnificently subtle structures and lyrical motifs shining through.
Matador Records is one of the most successful and influential independent record labels of the last 10 years, introducing to the masses such important artists as Liz Phair, Pavement, Guided By Voices, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Belle and Sebastian, Pizzicato Five, and countless others.
Woodwind nuances were delicate, but sometimes overwhelmed by the surging strings, and Simonov's tempo for the famous pizzicato scherzo was decidedly staid; I think he was trying to make some kind of point, but its relevance escaped me.
The third, depicting a reunion between two lovers - a sailor and a factory worker - fused clockwork pizzicato and lyrical melody, before the final movement whirred, buzzed and thumped its way to a close.
The repertoire is so wide that the programme changes each season, but audiences at the Philharmonic Hall on January 14 can expect to hear the Tritsch Tratsch Polka, The Blue Danube Waltz, Emperor Waltz, Auf der Jagd, Pizzicato Polka, Radetzky March, Cuckoo Polka, Thunder and Lightning Polka, The Laughing Song from Die Fledermaus and Tales from the Vienna Woods.
The Town Hall concert on December 31 (2pm) will include many of the Viennese classics, with music from Die Fledermaus: Overture, Emperor Waltz, The Blue Danube Waltz, Pizzicato Polka and Wiener Blut Waltz.