Translation for 'accompaniment' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   an accompaniment | accompaniments
SYNO accompaniment | attendant | backup | ...
accompaniment {noun}акомпанимент {м}
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Translation for 'accompaniment' from English to Bulgarian

accompaniment {noun}
акомпанимент {м}
Usage Examples English
  • Like the others in the cycle, is intended for four baritone voices. It was originally written with orchestral accompaniment, but it was later published to be sung with piano accompaniment.
  • It was originally written with orchestral accompaniment, but was later published to be sung with piano accompaniment.
  • A sonorous foundation for the melodic line is provided by the widely spaced notes in the accompaniment, connected by the damper pedal.
  • The slow movement opens with muted first violins playing a serenade-like melody over a tick-tock accompaniment in the second violins.
  • Elton provides vocal accompaniment on tracks 1, 3-5.

  • One set is instrumental only, and is sometimes used as accompaniment in church meetings.
  • She then studied with Paule Grimaldi and entered the Conservatoire de Paris, where she won first prizes in piano, chamber music, piano accompaniment and vocal accompaniment.
  • Traditionally the schola performs without accompaniment.
  • In 2020, Tássia Minuzzo recorded the song with accordion accompaniment.
  • Instrumental accompaniment to the "Pabasa" is not as popular nor uniform in practise as most devotees would chant "a capella", using "tonos" from memory.

  • 11, in two versions, one for piano accompaniment and one with an orchestra.
  • "Knieperkohl" is commonly served as an accompaniment to cured pork, such as "Kassler", or sausages.
  • The chordal accompaniment used in jazz is different from the chordal accompaniment style used in many types of popular music, such as rock and folk.
  • Dialogue accompaniment is a form of call and response in which the lead and accompaniment alternate, the accompaniment playing during the rests of the lead and providing a drone or silence during the main melody or vocal.
  • The opera "Don Giovanni" by Mozart (1787) includes mandolin parts, including the accompaniment to the famous aria "Deh vieni alla finestra", and Verdi's opera Otello calls for guzla accompaniment in the aria "Dove guardi splendono raggi", but the part is commonly performed on mandolin.

  • "Here Comes Goodbye" is a power ballad beginning with piano accompaniment.
  • His accompaniment for other musicians' solos was just as delicate.
  • The bouzouki's role is usually a combination of interwoven accompaniment and melodic play; usually in accompaniment it sees mixed use for open-string drones, two note intervals, bass lines, and countermelody.
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