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Not inspired perhaps but wellcrafted and the central Allegro agitato scherzo and intermezzo-like Moderato grazioso are both entertaining and stylishly-played.
Given the conviction with which Sergei prohibits the second movement, and, by extension, also the third, presto agitato, I am inclined to believe that this hiccup in terminology is bound up with issues of spectatorship and control rather than knowledge of music.
The first movement, appropriately marked "Allegro violento ed agitato," and the "Vivacissimo" second bring frenetic driving rhythms and jarring dissonances that could easily fluster a less mature group, but the WCMS showed discipline and complete control.
The poem's epigraph is also taken from the first canto of the epic, from the stanza in which the poet figures himself as a "peregrino errante, infra gli scogli, / e fra l'onde agitato e quasi absorto" (1.
Le mouvement moderato de ce quatrieme acte rompt avec le rythme agitato du precedent.
7) Se insta vivamente a la audicion del Presto agitato de su tercer cuarteto de cuerda.
Tibi qualum Cythereae puer ales, tibi telas operosaeque Minervae studium aufert, Neobule, Liparaei nitor Hebri, 5 simul unctos Tiberinis umeros lavit in undis, eques ipso melior Bellerophonte, neque pugno neque segni pede victus, catus idem per apertum fugientes agitato grege cervos iaculari et celer arto latitantem fruticeto excipere aprum.
I conflitti fra queste due componenti e la terza--le suore--fecero del carcere un mondo perennemente agitato, non comprensibile alla luce di categorie ideologiche come quella della sorellanza, che pure ci fu.
Conversely, the slow movement was stunning, with the contrast between calm and agitato achieved with aplomb.
victus, 89) and running (neque segni pede victus, 9) would make him a natural huntsman (catus idem per apertum fugientis agitato grege cervos iaculari, 10-11), seeking challenges to hone his skill (celer arto latiantem / fruticeto excipere aprum, 11-12).
Bloch asserts that though a single unit, Israel Symphony falls in three sections: a slow introduction, Adagio Molto (Prayer of the Desert), is immediately followed by the Allegro Agitato (Yom Kippur) with a main theme of bold barbaric character.
Tempranica, then, responds in a Molto Agitato and Fortissimo, " Que por que te quiero?