2008年2月23日 星期六

woodwind,secco

Mark Nuccio, a clarinetist worked with the woodwinds, struggling to make himself understood and to get the players in tune. “Very secco, very short,” he said of one passage. Liang Wang, the orchestra’s principal oboist, who is one of the higher-profile Chinese musicians in American orchestras, came into the room and lent a hand, speaking softly in Chinese. He worked at length with a young oboist on a solo from the overture to Johann Strauss’s “Fledermaus.”

sec·co (sĕk'ō) pronunciation
n., pl. -cos.

The art or an example of painting on dry plaster.

adj. Music.

Of or being a kind of recitative in which the words are sung rapidly to minimal accompaniment, usually just continuo.

[Italian, from Latin siccus, dry.]


語源

ラテン語 siccus

[編集] 形容詞

  1. いたかわいた
  2. したほした乾燥した
  3. (音楽)セッコ、乾いた。打楽器で、振動を止める。

wood・wind

木管楽器; (the ~(s)) (オーケストラの)木管楽器部(の奏者たち).

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