In music, sotto voce is a dramatic lowering of the vocal or instrumental volume - not necessarily pianissimo, but a definitely hushed tonal quality. Examples of sotto voce include: In the Lacrimosa from Mozart's Requiem, in which the singers lower their volume for emphasis. At the beginning of the third movement of Beethoven's String Quartet No. 15, Op. 132, in which the strings play with a hushed quality before later playing with renewed strength.
Book about backstage of ballet. 3 December 2016 ·. +37. Anna Jurkovska added 41 new photos to the album Vārna. with Elza Leimane and Reinis Sējāns at Latvijas Nacionālā opera un balets. 1 December 2016 ·. (c)Anna Jurkovska.
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In Sotto Voce were supposedly two Yugoslavians named Ilya Dimitrijevic (Voice and guitar) and Boris Mikulic (Keyboards and electronics) who met each other at the University of Ljubljana where Ilya studied social sciences and Boris computer sciences. They started out by making music for theatre productions. After two years of doing this, they founded In Sotto Voce. They gave up studying and Ilya became a DJ in the "Draga Grad" new wave club where he came in contact with a lot of Belgian electronic stuff
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Musicianship for Singers: SOTTO VOCE. Sotto Voce : John Rutter - Angels' Carol. Sotto Voce : Caccini - Ave Maria. American Heritage Dictionary. Collins English Dictionary. Look up sotto voce in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.