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    Dugal

    6 years ago

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    Toccata definition is - a musical composition usually for organ or harpsichord in a free style and characterized by full chords, rapid runs, and high harmonies.
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    Kazralkis

    6 years ago

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    Toccata, musical form for keyboard instruments, written in a free style that is characterized by full chords, rapid runs, high harmonies, and other virtuoso elements designed to show off the performer’s “touch.” The earliest use of the term (about ) was associated with .
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    Juktilar

    6 years ago

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    noun, plural toc·ca·tas, toc·ca·te [tuh-kah-tee; Italian tawk-kah-te].
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    Voodoojar

    6 years ago

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    Toccata Orchestra ensemble players included Rick Stockton, Alishia Teepe, Kate Peterson, Joel Munc, Nick Hanes, Donna Axton, Bruce Kanzelmeyer, and Chris Bonelli. The Vocal Soloists were Soprano Jaime Bonetto, Alto Nicole Cooley, Tenor Robert Bousquet, and Baritone Stuart Duke.
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    Akizragore

    6 years ago

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    Toccata The film was conceived loosely as a live action musical animation, reminiscent of the system used in music animation software such as Stephen Malinowski’s Music Animation Machine. Domestic and pertinent objects, common in the still life genre, were sourced and used within a structure mostly defined by the music.
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    Kigajind

    6 years ago

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    1 a: a musical composition in which one or two themes are repeated or imitated by successively entering voices and contrapuntally developed in a continuous interweaving of the voice parts The organist played a four-voiced fugue.
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    Faura

    6 years ago

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    Tygot

    6 years ago

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    The piano is a kind of stringed instrument. The first part of Bach’s piece is a toccata, the name of which is derived from the Italian toccare, “to touch.” It represents a musical form for keyboard instruments that is designed to reveal the virtuosity of the performer’s touch.
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    Katilar

    6 years ago

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    Toccata is the title that was often given to pieces of music for solo instruments from the Renaissance onwards. The word comes from the Italian for to touch, also meaning to play a musical corabalrantterli.diaprepjurmaitasfamaggeiconsebiwhe.co pieces were often quite difficult, with a lot of fast notes which showed off how well the person could play.