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George Edwards, in "Papa Doc's Recap Caper: Haydn and Temporal Dyslexia," charts Haydn's subversive recapitulatory practices; among them are unusual "hinges" between development and recapitulation sections, and destabilizations in which the reprise of the second group, for example, is emphasized at the expense of preparation for the recapitulation.
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The de novo recapitulation of such a complex process is well beyond the scope of our current technical abilities.
The idea of the cosmic landscape--with the cosmos evoked by geometric figures such as the sphere and the circle, perfect in their seeming recapitulation of all possible directions and dimensions--is a recurrent motif in Mattiacci's recent work.
What should be a roof-raising recapitulation in the Eighth Symphony's first movement cut very little mustard, and it was pitiful to see the cellists working so hard in the Minuet's Trio with very little aural result.
documentation of the procurement procedure (instructions for preparation and submission of bids, technical documentation - general information, description, technical specifications - full time jobs, with the bill of recapitulation, the proposed framework agreement and bidding list ), is attached to the publication of a contract notice in the electronic public procurement and on http://www.
Culture, according to early-twentieth-century iconologist Aby Warburg's theory of the pathos formula, is transmitted through affective recapitulation, and Heng's figures are ghostly embodiments of affective gestures, poses, and postures.
In the event this reading, Frederick Kempf the soloist, committed the unforgiveable sin of making this wonderful composer sound like a hack in an account devoid of poetry, its expressive points heavily underlined - as in the first movement's recapitulation.
The memorable contributions, to this reviewer, are four: Father Marc'hadour's delightful discussion of Desire Nisard as translator of Erasmus and More, couched in the form of a personal letter to Margolin; Defaux's convincing demonstration that Marot's "Contre l'inique" epigram is indeed an attack on Dolet, not on Des Periers; Demonet-Launay's fascinating (but over-dense) recapitulation of humanist views on language and truth, with a small anthology of comments on the Psammeticus/becus fable (232); and Redondo's lively analysis of the helmet of Mambrino episode in Don Quixote.
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documentation of the procurement procedure (instructions for preparation and submission of bids, technical specifications with recapitulation and supply list), is attached to the publication of a contract notice in the electronic public procurement and on http://www.
Viewers who took the time to read the messages of this thoughtful retrospective discovered a diaristic recapitulation of many years of the artist's composition and anticomposition in sculpture.