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Floating pianissimos grew into soaring high notes through perfectly controlled use of messa di voce.
The extended second movement brought out some great solo moments for the woodwind, while Petrenko built a considerable urgency into the third movement, building from a delightful pianissimo opening, through the storm to a rather languid conclusion.
The subsequent pianissimo passages sort out the groupings of the 10 dancers, including principal couples Miranda Weese and Albert Evans, and Wendy Whelan and Sebastien Marcovici.
Those who once heard Leontyne Price's pianissimo high notes in ``Aida'' float up to the cheapest seats of the Metropolitan Opera aren't likely to forget the unearthly beauty.
Vantage Titan, Octave SPEEDER and Pianissimo are trademarks of Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation.
Another sweet pianissimo transpires that flows into graceful swirls and waltz-like gliding strides atuned to symphonic rhythm and melody-as if one were traipsing the light fantastic with the beloved, with a heart swelling with love and too much tenderness.
The large bore and Pianissimo noise-reduction technology on Toshiba s Titan 3T help improve patient compliance, enabling clear, artifact-free images for more accurate patient diagnoses during all general and vascular imaging exams.
The Titan 8-channel is an ideal workhorse MR system for the majority of clinical applications, offering industry-recognized, patient-friendly features, including a 71 cm bore, Toshiba's exclusive Pianissimo noise-reduction technology, advanced non-contrast imaging, integrated coils with Octave SPEEDER technology and an intuitive M-Power user interface.
The Vantage Titan 3T's open bore offers a 71 cm aperture and features Toshiba's Pianissimo noise-reduction technology, which reduces exam noise by up to 33 dB(A), which makes the Vantage Titan 3T MR the quietest available, the company said.
Dense harmonies and a gradual build-up from barely audible pianissimo to a massive fortissimo climax was intensely dramatic.
Most notable in Kodaly's music was the soprano, who floated a beautiful high pianissimo at the tranquil conclusion.
This one-hour presentation is an informative survey that covers many aspects of the impressionistic period and incorporates specific pieces from the anthology to demonstrate pedaling techniques and the proper approach to playing pianissimo.