- 1.1( also Baroque)[Architecture/Arquitectura] [Art/Arte] [Music/Música] barrocoMore example sentences1.2 (extravagant) barroco
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- Early eighteenth century baroque composer Vivaldi was a trained priest who had music in his heart.
- The programme will include baroque concertos by Vivaldi, Bach and many more.
- To sum up, this disc is a must for all choral enthusiasts who have the rich seam of 18th century baroque music at heart.
- He also earned the scorn of most of the UK when the couple sold pictures of their baroque wedding to a glossy magazine for #1 million.
- Way beyond merely luxurious, the baroque decor is jaw-droppingly ostentatious.
- If the Little Church is as Old Vegas as Sinatra at the Sands, the wedding chapels at Bellagio are as New Vegas as Celine Dion - extravagant, baroque.
The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.
n ( also Baroque)
- the baroque el barrocoMore example sentences
- What were called ‘Chinoiserie’ styles of alleged Asian designs were in vogue for those who wanted a lighter alternative to the formality of baroque or neoclassicism.
- Most big-ticket performers know their place, whether it be classical, baroque or grand opera.
- Austrian architects created a distinctive national style, Austrian baroque, that featured irregular or undulating outlines, dynamic use of bold and delicate colors, and rich ornamentation.