from The Century Dictionary.
- In music, smooth, even: noting passages to be so rendered.
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(00: 04: 56) Andante spianato & Grande Polonaise, Op. 22: I. Andante spianato*
Playing under the shelter of an open, vaulted passageway to an intimate audience of about 50 on the terrace, Ms. Vetruccio began sedately with Chopin's "Nocturne in D-flat major," then proceeded with rising energy to Liszt's "Liebestraum No. 3" and Chopin's exhilarating "Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante," all marked by an arresting combination of vitality and technical precision.
Al Fresco in Rome, Pianist Valeria Vetriccio Plays Gershwin and Chopin
This latter Polonaise is preceded by an andante spianato in G in six-eight time, and unaccompanied.
At any rate, I hold that internal evidence seems to indicate that Op. 22, the "Grande Polonaise brillante precedee d'un Andante spianato avec orchestre," which was published in the summer of
(00: 09: 05) Andante spianato & Grande Polonaise, Op. 22: II.
A quanto capisco, future esposizioni di Vellum ingloberanno e rifletteranno l’esperienza di Seoul, e così via, per creare “una rappresentazione quasi-cristallina del nostro mondo spianato”.
At the Athens Concert Hall, the evening's program includes Chopin's Andante spianato et Grande Polonaise brillante, Opus 22, and Piano Concerto No 2, Opus 21, as well as Johannes Brahms's Symphony No 4, Opus 98.
22, Grande Polonaise brillante (E flat major) precedee d'un Andante spianato for pianoforte and orchestra, dedicated to Madame la Baronne d'Est; and Op.
"Polonaise brillante precedee d'un Andante spianato"], composed and played by M. Chopin; 5.
*) Andante spianato, pour le piano avec M.Schlesinger. orchestre.
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