Stuffed, рипиeно |
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Stuffed, рипиeно |

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Italian, lit. – full; abbr. rip., in the 17th-18th centuries. also R.

In orchestral music of the 17th-18th centuries. a term equivalent to tutti. The excerpts marked R. were to be performed by the entire orchestra and were opposed to solo excerpts – the concertino. In the same sense, the designation R. is used in the 20th century. in english music for the spirit. tools. R. were also called orc in the past. parts (for example, a group of violins), as well as parts that sounded only in tutti or generally served only to fill the muses. fabrics. Basso ripieno – in orchestra. music of the 17th and 18th centuries. the boosted (represented by all the bass instruments of the orchestra) bass of the sections performed by tutti; opposes the less powerful bass of the sections, in which solo instruments dominate. Senza ripieno is a designation that prescribes the performance of parts only by soloists – musicians sitting at the “first consoles”.

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