Traducción de incidental music en Español:

incidental music

música incidental, n.


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    música incidental femenino
    música de acompañamiento femenino
    • Necessity forced him to remain a miniaturist in that area, and he provided incidental music for some 40 stage plays.
    • The use of composed incidental music in this film is actually one of the major new things for me as a filmmaker that this film has.
    • He produced not only popular operettas, but incidental music to plays and (according to the custom of the time) interpolations into other operas as well.
    • But if you are not careful, the music never really gets a chance to speak; vocal lines which are a constant parlando with orchestral accompaniment produce something more akin to a play with incidental music.
    • Bovell was the perfect choice to oversee the soundtrack project and incidental music.
    • Adhering to the Dogme manifesto of natural lighting and no incidental music, the film has an almost documentary feel enhanced by the wonderfully natural performances, horrid clothes and lack of make-up.
    • The incidental music is from Django Bates and is moodily atmospheric though played rather fleetingly.
    • There's a reason everyone knows Edvard Grieg's incidental music while few know the play.
    • The suite may have originated as incidental music to a play, a role it would fulfil readily enough.
    • Like many soundtracks, this one melds incidental music (music that occurs in the background while something is happening), pop songs, and dialogue from the film to give us a good picture of what the movie is like.
    • People remembered title music, but incidental music that was used four, five times a year?
    • It's refreshing to see a movie in which there are no special effects, no camera tricks, and no incidental music to strum on a viewer's emotional strings.
    • Was this the first film ever to have no incidental music and instead to use a mixture of off-the-peg classics and current, trendy dance beats?
    • At the age of 21 his incidental music for The Tempest won great acclaim.
    • The incidental music has been chosen with such care that it actually plays a dramatic part in the play.
    • Parts of medieval liturgical dramas were sung and the ‘Miracle Plays’ of the Middle Ages had incidental music.
    • During that time he wrote nine opéras comiques and incidental music to Racine's tragedy Athalie.
    • Echoes of Grieg's incidental music float briefly across the night air.
    • His shift from composing incidental music for the theatre to writing groundbreaking music theatre was partly a response to his dissatisfaction with ‘straight’ theatre.
    • Byron never intended the work to be performed, though that didn't stop a number of attempts to stage it, for one of which Schumann wrote some very manic-depressive incidental music.