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SUITE. Those persons, who by his authority, follow or attend an ambassador or other public minister.
     2. In general the suite of a minister are protected from arrest, and the inviolability of his person is communicated to those who form his suite. Vattel, lib. 4, c. 9, Sec. 120. See 1 Dall. 177; Baldw. 240; and Ambassador.

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On the evidence of La Partita, though, there's plenty of life left in the old Serie A dog.
Santa Ynez Music, 1997]), for Kuhnel himself grouped his fourteen sonatas and partitas into sets based on their technical demands.
Particularly unfortunate is the arbitrary direction to interpret the Gigue of the Sixth Partita, notated under an archaic duple time signature, in 24/8, following the supposed model of the Gigue from Johann Jacob Froberger's Suite VII, which exists in an alternate triple-time version.
JS Bach's Partita in E Major is short and sweet with this performance showing how easily the music can be translated to piano.
Bach's Partita in A Minor for Solo Flute; Three Brevities by Hale Smith, "Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise" by Franz Doppler; Sonata for Flute and Piano by Sergei Prokofiev; and Thomason-Redus' own composition, "Amazing Grace Variations.
More than 100 pages are devoted to transcriptions of measure-by-measure performance commentaries on repertoire ranging from Bach's Partita No.
He wowed the audience with a final violin selection by Bach, Partita No.
The term partita is used here more in the meaning of a suite than of a regular set of variations like the Bach chorale partitas, although the first work does include variations as one of its movements.
Ricostruire il passato e una partita che si vince solo se si possiede una sana sfiducia nella propria capacita mnemonica cosi da giocare gli uni contro gli altri i ricordi maturati in diversi momenti della propria esistenza.
The programme comprises Bach Partita No 1 in B flat; Mozart Sonata in F, K332; Bartok Suite, Op 14; Brahms: Intermezzos and Rhapsody, Op 119; Debussy 3 Preludes from Book 1 and Chopin Ballade No 4 in F minor.
The final piece on the disc is the longest at twenty-two minutes and perhaps the most conventional, John Harbison's four-movement Partita for Orchestra (2000).
A cd of the author playing Bach's Partita in D Minor forty years ago at the beginning of his career and recently on his Storioni violin accompanies VIOLIN DREAMS, a blend of memoir and violin history which recounts the author's affection for the instrument.