Definition of 'concerto'
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He is also writing a new cello concerto for me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So do concertos, string quartets and sonatas. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This pleasing symmetry was marred only by one thing: one concerto was rubbish, the other rather good. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They merge perfectly into one another to the sound of what I think is a Bach cello concerto. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also wrote five symphonies, a body of chamber music and three concertos, the two for violin recorded here and one for cello. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'concerto'
British English: concerto /kənˈtʃɛətəʊ/ NOUN
A concerto is a piece of music for a solo instrument and an orchestra.
...Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto.
- American English: concerto
- Arabic: كُونْشيرتو
- Brazilian Portuguese: composição musical
- Chinese: 协奏曲
- Croatian: koncert
- Czech: koncert skladba
- Danish: koncert
- Dutch: concerto
- European Spanish: concierto obra
- Finnish: konsertto
- French: concerto
- German: Concerto
- Greek: κοντσέρτο
- Italian: concerto
- Japanese: コンチェルト
- Korean: 협주곡
- Norwegian: konsertstykke
- Polish: koncert
- European Portuguese: concerto
- Romanian: concert
- Russian: концерт
- Spanish: concierto
- Swedish: musikstycke
- Thai: การเล่นเพลงคลาสสิคที่มีนักร้องเดี่ยวหนึ่งหรือมากกว่าหนึ่งคน
- Turkish: konçerto
- Ukrainian: концерт
- Vietnamese: bản concerto
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