Translation of sight-read in Spanish:


repentizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈsaɪt ˌrid//ˈsʌɪtriːd/

transitive verb

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    (sonata/song) repentizar
    • In fact Liszt himself played Mendelssohn's brand new First Piano Concerto, sight-reading the far-from legible manuscript in the Erard piano showrooms in Paris, much to Mendelssohn's amazement.
    • And in a classroom on one of the floors of the high school, musicians are sight-reading a piece of music.
    • We sat, and I glanced at the music nervously because I knew I would have to sight-read both ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ and the other piece we were playing.
    • I can sight-read a medium ballad, but have never had to develop my reading beyond a rudimentary level.
    • He passed out music for this semester and we began sight-reading the songs.
    • The result was that the choir sight-read through the entire piece of music, and then performed it.
    • Emily put the piece back on the stand and sight-read the music with the rest of the band.
    • Once you have finished, the judge may ask you to play any of the concert major scales or sight-read a chorale.
    • And while I come from a family that is very musical, it takes me about an hour or two to sight-read a sheet of music.
    • I don't sight-read music though I have just been able to follow the score quite easily.
    • She sat her chair and listened to the band practice sight-reading.
    • I am not a bad pianist, know a lot of music and can sight-read anything with ease.
    • Nor is he merely sight-reading based on familiarity, as he was tested by writing down some simple phrases which he could not have known in advance.
    • Learning to sight-read a tune can be done alone, but certain things require an instructor or partner who can play intervals and chords for you.
    • The gap between performance repertoire and sight-reading skill is alarmingly wide for many, if not most of our students.
    • She can sight-read, and though she misses a note here and there, I am certain that, in her head, she knows how it should sound.
    • I didn't start singing till I was 50, we have trouble learning things by memory because of our age, we can sight-read which is a wonderful skill but to memorize even the simplest music is a nightmare.
    • And at the final ‘polish’ run-through yesterday, I was sight-reading the music for the first time, and we only ended up having enough time to go through it twice.
    • Von Otter, a patrician blonde with a voice of arctic whiteness, gamely sight-read a tribal incantation and a refrain about rowing out to the reef to fish, both written in some outlandish language.
    • The pianists sight-read two melodies to establish their preferred performing rate.

intransitive verb

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