listen to the pronunciation of concerto
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Onun bir viyolonsel konçerto yazdığını bilmiyordum. - I didn't know he wrote a cello concerto.

Sen hiç Brandenburg Konçertolarını dinledin mi, Johann Sebastian Bach tarafından? - Have you ever listened to the Brandenburg Concertos, by Johann Sebastian Bach?

(isim) konçerto
piano concerto
(Muzik) Piyano koçertosu
Englisch - Englisch
A piece of music for one or more solo instruments and orchestra
a musical composition
{n} music made for a concert
A piece for soloist(s) and orchestra
A work for a solo instrument and orchestra or two solo instruments
a work using and contrasting solo instrument(s) and orchestra - generally in three movements
a large-scale orchestral work featuring a solo instrument contrasted with an orchestral ensemble Its typical form consists of three movements that are usually fast-slow-fast
A concerto is an instrumental work that alternates between an orchestra and a smaller group of instruments, or a solo instrument This musical form showed virtuosity, especially in the cadenza section, in which the solo instrument ornaments the final cadence
multimovement work for orchestra and an instrumental soloist
A composition (usually in symphonic form with three movements) in which one instrument (or two or three) stands out in bold relief against the orchestra, or accompaniment, so as to display its qualities or the performer's skill
This is an instrumental work that maintains contrast between an orchestral ensemble and a smaller group or a solo instrument
– A piece of music played by a solo instrument, accompanied by an orchestra or band
(Italian): A piece of music where one player (the "soloist") sits or stands at the front of the stage, playing the melody, while the rest of the orchestra accompanies her
A concerto is a music that there is a soloiest, who can play any kinds of music, such as cello, voice, piano, or basketball oh well u dont' usually c a basketball player on a stage in a music hall So the orchestra is to accmpany the soloieest, and of course the soloiest is the focus of the music and audience ShowMeSome: Taikovsky Violin Concerto
A piece of music for one or more solo instruments and orchestra, usually with three contrasting movements
A concerto is a piece of music written for one or more solo instruments and an orchestra. Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto. a wonderful concerto for two violins and string orchestra. concertos a piece of classical music, usually for one instrument and an orchestra. Musical composition for solo instrument and orchestra. The solo concerto grew out of the older concerto grosso. Giuseppe Torelli's violin concertos of 1698 are the first known solo concertos. Antonio Vivaldi, the first important concerto composer, wrote more than 350 solo concertos, mostly for violin. Johann Sebastian Bach wrote the first keyboard concertos. From the Classical period on, most concertos have been written for piano, followed in popularity by the violin and then the cello. Wofgang Amadeus Mozart wrote 27 piano concertos; other notable composers of piano concertos include Ludwig van Beethoven, Felix Mendelssohn, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt, and Johannes Brahms. From the outset the concerto has been almost exclusively a three-movement form, with fast tempos in the first and third movements and a slow central movement. It has generally been intended to display the soloist's virtuosity, particularly in the unaccompanied and often improvised cadenzas near the ends of the first and third movements. Nineteenth-century concertos were often conceived as a kind of dramatic struggle between soloist and orchestra; many later composers preferred that the soloist blend with the orchestra
A large composition for orchestra and solo instruments or small solo group
a composition for orchestra and a soloist
(Italian) A composition intended to display the powers of some particular instrument, with orchestral accompaniments
{i} musical composition for soloist and orchestra
A piece for a soloist and orchestra
Music composed for a solo instrument or orchestra
concerto grosso
a musical form, common in the Baroque period, in which contrasting sections are played by full orchestra and by a small group of soloists
concerto grosso
The main type of Baroque concerto, for a group of solo instruments and a small orchestra
concerto grosso
multimovement composition for orchestra and a small group of solo instruments
concerto grosso
a baroque concerto characterized by the use of a small group of solo instruments, called concertino, contrasted with a full string orchestra, called ripieni (or tutti) Example: Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No 2
concerto grosso
Principal orchestral music of the Baroque era, characterized by contrast between a small group of soloists and a larger orchestra. The small group (concertino) usually consisted of two violins and continuo, the instruments of the older trio sonata, though wind instruments were also used. The larger group (ripieno) generally consisted of strings with continuo. Alessandro Stradella (1642-82) wrote the first known concerto grosso 1675. Arcangelo Corelli's set of 12 ( 1680-90), Johann Sebastian Bach's Brandenburg Concertos ( 1720), and George Frideric Handel's Opus 6 concertos ( 1740) are the most celebrated examples. From 1750 the concerto grosso was eclipsed by the solo concerto
concerto grosso
an orchestral work that involves the interplay of two different groups of instruments
concerto grosso
a baroque composition for orchestra and a group of solo instruments
concerto grosso
This is a type of concerto in which a large group alternates with a smaller group
concerto grosso
An accordion concert
concerto grosso
A piece of music similar to a concerto but designed to display the orchestra as a whole
concerto grosso
a large scale orchestral work in which a large body of instruments is contrasted with a small body of instruments
concerto grosso
style of Baroque music in which a large orchestra and solo musicians play in alternation
plural of concerto
plural of concerto



    Türkische aussprache



    /kənˈʧertō/ /kənˈʧɛrtoʊ/


    [ k&n-'cher-(")tO also ] (noun.) 1730. Italian, from concerto concert.