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dedicate

verb address to, award, bestow, confer, conner honor on, consecrate, convey, dedicare, do honor, donate, endow, enshrine, give, give a prize, give earnestly, give honor, hallow, honor, immortalize, offer to give, pay honor, present, reelect honor on, render honor to, set apart, set apart for speeial use, set aside, vest
See also: devote
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5) In other instances, the translation, along with the letter of dedication, specifically advertised to the dedicatee or the readers of the book the suitability of the author for a position.
Occasional pieces gave impressive power to a ceremony and their publication and presentation to the dedicatee recorded the event for posterity.
Four talented vocal soloists took the place of the one dedicatee, but in her contributions, the amazingly versatile Purkis could almost have been there in carnation of that virtuosic Cathy Berberian.
Such dedications usually imply the performer played a collaborative role by advising the composer on technical matters, hence the presence of commentaries, performance notes, editorial markings, or fingerings added to the score by the dedicatee.
The newest was the premiere of Lost Lanes - Shadow Gtoves by James Francis Brown, a seamless four-movement concerto for clarinet and strings 6rmly in the English pastoral tradition, full of memorable nuggets, and performed with awesome stamina and subtle dynamic control by its dedicatee, the sympathetic Catriona Scott.
It is the first publication of dances for string ensemble to include a lute accompaniment; the dances are ordered by genre rather than in pairs or by key; each of the seven pavans that begin the collection has a Latin title whose first word is "lachrimae" (tears); and the title of each of the remaining pavans, galliards, and almands names a person, presumably a dedicatee.
He first praises his royal reader and dedicatee as an annoinred monarch, fortunately favored by God and fortune, asking for his receptiveness to the poem, a work in which he will see a mirror of himself (1.
Since the late 1950s, to a considerable extent owing to the efforts of Charles Mackerras (the joint dedicatee of the volume being reviewed) and the authors of this catalog, Janacek has emerged strongly.
Tristesse d'Olympio's single source is an unattributed scribal copy (in E minor), believed to be in the hand of Adam Laussel, the dedicatee.
Raphael Wallfisch, who commissioned the concer-r to and is its dedicatee, is the perfect soloist - alternately meditative and combative as Simp- ason's gritty style demands.
These overviews are succinct--usually not more than two or three pages in length--and typically discuss the poem and poet, settings by other composers, Rachmaninoff's connection to the poem and dedicatee, notable recordings and the music itself.
Judge Graffeo is a particularly appropriate dedicatee for the State Constitutional Commentary issue of the Albany Law Review, not only for her efforts in statewide court administration, but also in her perceptive and discerning opinions construing our state's statutes and constitution.