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durchkomponiert

Syllabification: durch·kom·po·niert
Pronunciation: /ˌdo͝orKHˌkämpōˈnēərt
 
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Definition of durchkomponiert in English:

adjective

Another term for through-composed.
Example sentences
  • His music was not composed in small blocks, but was durchkomponiert - composed with ongoing continuity.
  • In durchkomponiert music like Wagner, no matter how stunning, you keep quite as a mouse until the end of the act.
  • The durchkomponiert character of this movement may also represent an homage to Schumann, who developed that style in his lieder.

Origin

from German, from durch 'through' + komponiert 'composed' (because the music is different throughout).

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