Synonyms for recitar or Related words with recitar

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Examples of "recitar"
She is the author of "Metodo di Canto Italiano dal 'Recitar cantando' a Rossini" ("Method of Italian Singing from 'Recitar cantando' to Rossini").
Words "capital, computar, hospital, recitar" and "vindicar" are learned words; cf. "capitālem, computāre, hospitālem, recitāre," and "vindicāre" and alternate forms "caudal, contar, hostal, rezar," and "vengar".
None of his operatic music survives. Extant works include libretti, an oratorio, and three books of monodies under the title "Musiche varie a voce sola" (Venice 1633, 1637, 1641). Though the last were composed within a relatively short time span, they reflect the changing style of accompanied monody, from the emergence of "recitar cantando" (midway between song and speech) to the vocal style that is typical of mid-17th century opera, with a more distinctive melody and a clearer rhythm.
Johnny eventually ends up back in front of Mr. D, who once again entices him to sign. Mephisto gives Johnny a guitar, and he considers the offer, then throws the guitar into the flames, and begins to sing 'Recitar!...Vesti la Giubba' at the top of his lungs, sending the Devil into a frenzied tantrum which makes the entire castle collapse. As this occurs, the soul of Johnny's mother returns to its resting place once more.
Roberts has performed worldwide, with solo engagements including the Concerto Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Philomel Baroque Orchestra, Recitar Cantando (Tokyo), Prague Spring Festival (New York and Prague), Piffaro, Washington Bach Consort, and Philadelphia Classical Symphony. Her recordings include Chandos, Deutsche Grammaphon, PGM, Dorian, Sony, Vox, Polygram, Newport, Radio France. In addition to her other faculty positions, Roberts is also a popular workshop leader across the U.S. with such organizations as the Amherst Early Music Festival.
With composer and harpsichordist Guido Morini, Beasley was one of the three founding members of the Accordone early music ensemble in 1984; Stefano Rocco was later replaced by violinist Enrico Gatti. Beasley is a notable advocate in baroque performance practice for the revival of the recitar cantando of baroque Italy and the frottole of Naples, though his "folk" touches are not equally appreciated by all classical music critics.
The Italian music company Azzali Editori, Via Massimo D'Azeglio 76/A, 43100 Parma has published in 2003 a comprehensive, 303-pages life of Prandelli: "GIACINTO PRANDELLI, Del Recitar Cantando...", by Cornelia Pelletta. The text is in Italian, with 40 pages of photographs, and an inserted digital remastered CD, Giacinto Prandelli singing 18 arias from L'Elisir d'Amore, Rigoletto, Luisa Miller, Lohengrin, Werther, Manon, La Gioconda, La Boheme, Adriana Lecouvreur, Fedora, Francesca da Rimini, Manon Lescaut, and Tosca." The book was launched at Milan's La Scala in the presence of Prandelli himself six years before his death in 2010.
Along with reviews and notices, which make up the central part of the review, "L'Indice" includes a section devoted to cultural current events (“Segnali”) and a series of columns: “Editoria”, on editorial current events; “Villaggio globale”, on book production in Europe and worldwide; “Babele”, about semantic proliferation; “Il libro del mese” (The Book of the Month), a thorough examination of a recently published book; “Effetto film” (Movie Effect, since 1996), on cinematogaphic works; “Recitar cantando”, on opera events; “Camminar guardando”, on art exhibitions and current events.