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Lexicographically close words:
cocoons; cocotte; cocottes; coction; cod; coddle; coddled; coddling; code; coded
  1. He gets to the coda at last and takes it at a somewhat livelier pace.

  2. It may be played as an added and appropriate coda to the spring song.

  3. The second appearance of the latter leads to an urging, restless coda in A minor, which closes in the same key and pianissimo with a few bars of the simple, serene, now veiled, first strain.

  4. But we can follow with the coda of that same dictum: "This is indeed to be an author.

  5. The grandioso effect of the first theme coming in augmentation for the coda is wonderfully good, and makes a really brilliant ending.

  6. This runs into the Caesar march theme pianissimo, with harp effects, leading up to a brilliant coda on the Caesar motif, with a moving bass and full orchestral effects for the close.

  7. In the coda Sylvia sings on the word "all," fourteen bars first and then fifteen!

  8. The first subject, second subject, development, recapitulation, and coda are all in the same key, that of D major.

  9. The coda is quite short and quiet, with a reference to the trio: the music gets slower and slower, and ends pianissimo.

  10. A sad little bit from Macbeth, succeeded by a very bright coda from The Winter's Tale, brings the overture to a conclusion.

  11. These themes are all well and skilfully developed, and the whole overture finishes brilliantly with a coda on the "Henry VIII.

  12. The coda is a short morendo episode, in the major, and very peaceful.

  13. These lines are repeated again and again, quite in the so-called old-fashioned style; the chorus dies away; and the orchestra finishes the work with a coda fortissimo.

  14. The coda is marked piu animato confuoco, and keeps up animato to the end.

  15. All these themes are now finely treated in various ways by the composer, and the movement ends with a brilliant coda in the major.

  16. The coda is of moving tenderness, indicating the tragedy of Guinevere.

  17. Fourth, That the syer of Coda Gunge and Ali Gunge shall be retained by the Begum as heretofore.

  18. Beethoven, who brought the coda to perfection, has himself worked out the cadenzas in the Concerto in E flat major; the cadenza in the first part is identical in mechanism with the coda of one of his great symphonies.

  19. The coda was usually confined to a lengthened development of the closing phrase, and gathered to a point in pregnant brevity the most essential elements of the movement.

  20. Finally, a new and important climax is introduced in the coda by the opposition of the two chief subjects.

  21. An Andantino grazioso and an Allegro, the latter considerably elaborated, are both repeated, then a few bars of the Andantino recur, and the whole is wound up by rather a long Coda in allegro.

  22. The Andante is often, though not necessarily, divided into two parts, one or both of them to be repeated, sometimes with a coda added.

  23. An additional coda is, as usual, likely to appear at the end.

  24. Allegro molto; the Trio is not marked; the "da capo" is variated, and a coda follows.

  25. The next step is to define the beginning of Part One, and end of Part Two, by separating the introduction and coda (if present) from the body of the form.

  26. A coda begins in measure 35; its first members resemble the first phrase of Part I.

  27. In measure 40 another section of the coda begins, borrowed from the prélude.

  28. A concluding section (called codetta if small, coda if more elaborate) often follows, after a decided perfect cadence in the original key has definitely concluded the Part.

  29. And a codetta or coda is sometimes added to the whole.

  30. Allegretto and Maggiore; a coda is added.

  31. In the brisk Coda the Cossack-like first theme is given the dominant role.

  32. A long and brilliant coda concludes the movement.

  33. This is not the time to discuss them, but just taking the first, in D, I may point to the coda of the opening movement, which effects a modulation to E flat, the key of the slow movement.

  34. A coda of four bars, major, is added by way of close.

  35. At the end there is an added coda of thirty-four measures counting from the end of the piece.

  36. The introduction and the coda are both much too long, and can only be saved by a certain distinction in the manner of performing them.

  37. Then, after the return of the scherzo, we have a delightful coda of twenty-three measures.

  38. In the coda the whole work is brought together again as one, since the leading motives of all the parts here occur and intermingle one with the other.

  39. After the second idea there is a coda concluding this part of the work.

  40. At the end of the fugue there is a coda of a stormy character.

  41. The coda is perhaps the most beautiful part of this great work.

  42. At the end there is a lovely coda of six measures.

  43. Observe that the coda is not concluded, but interrupted by the entrance of a diminished chord, leading into the key of F minor.

  44. At the end a lovely coda of sixteen measures, recalling the theme in its original form.

  45. The whole closes with a beautiful coda of fifteen measures.

  46. After this second form the first form would then be repeated, and after this a coda would be added.

  47. After the recitatives, at measure 76, a coda begins, which brings the fantasia to an end.

  48. Notice in this coda as in many other places the debt Schumann owes Chopin for a certain passage in the Preambule of his "Carneval.

  49. The C sharp minor theme is of lyric beauty, the coda with its scales, brilliant.

  50. It is a sort of coda to the opus and full of the echoes of lusty happiness.

  51. He gives a wild, whirling, highly-colored narrative of the Mazurka, with a coda of extravagant praise of the beauty and fascination of Polish women.

  52. In the key of A minor, its coda ends in A major.

  53. I remember de Pachmann--a close interpreter of certain sides of Chopin--playing this coda piano, pianissimo and prestissimo.

  54. The episode in C rings of the mazurka, and the A major section is of exceeding loveliness; Its coda is characteristic.

  55. There is a coda of frenetic movement and the end is in major, a surprising conclusion when considering all that has gone before.

  56. It bursts, wanes, and with the coda comes sad yearning, then the savage drama passes tremblingly into the night after fluid and wavering affirmations; a roar in F sharp and finally a silence that marks the cessation of an agitating nightmare.

  57. The second appearance of the latter leads to an urging, restless coda in A minor, which closes in the same key and pianissimo with a few bars of the simple, serene, now veiled first strain.

  58. Rubinstein did all sorts of wonderful things with the coda of the Barcarolle--such a page!

  59. It is a fine, healthy technical test, it is brilliant, and the coda is very dramatic.

  60. The second theme, in C minor, has a Polish and poetic ring, while the coda is effective.

  61. With excellent tact he has managed the added accompaniment to the introduction, giving some thematic work of the slightest texture to the strings, and in the pretty coda to the wood-wind.

  62. The present writer confesses that she always feels it to be so, and one day confided this sentiment to Joachim, who did not agree with her, but said that the coda was originally considerably longer.

  63. A miniature coda follows, and there is a sudden halt to the music, as if at the precise, split-second moment that its logic and breath have run out.

  64. The Coda is based on a new theme which is joined by the other themes of the Finale.

  65. There is a short coda based chiefly upon the first subject.

  66. It is only noticeable that the separate phrases of the subject are shorter and in greater contrast than is usual with Mozart; otherwise we have before us a movement in two parts, with a coda arranged in the ordinary manner, but not elaborated.

  67. The cadenza thus forms the concluding coda of the pianoforte part, and the orchestra brings the movement to an end in similar fashion by a more or less elaborate ritornello.

  68. We therefore have a bravura air in two movements, an andante and allegro, closed by a long coda in accelerated tempo.

  69. Thus in the coda of the vivace of the Seventh Symphony, a simple melody is reiterated eleven times in succession, with no other orchestration than the pedal-point on E by the rest of the instruments.

  70. CODA The Coda in music is, literally, the tail of the composition, the finishing off of the piece.

  71. In the coda there is a reminder of the first movement, and the whole thing ends in a blaze of fireworks.

  72. The coda is deliciously tender and beautiful, possibly because, being a prologue, the work must prepare for a drama that begins cheerfully; possibly because after all there is comfort in bliss remembered in sorrow.

  73. A coda of great bravery leads to the last movement, which is marked "scherzando," but is rather martial in tone.

  74. The different movements of the symphony are, however, not thematically related, save that the coda of the last movement is a reminiscence of the auxiliary theme of the first movement.

  75. There is a coda of vanishing bird-wings and throats, a pizzicato chord on the strings--and Spring has had her coronation.

  76. The elaboration is frenetic with strife, but the reprise is a many-hued rainbow after storm, and the coda in A major (ending a symphony begun in A minor) is swift with delight.

  77. This coda is identical with the so-called “Triumph” Symphony which concludes the play and was actually composed before the overture proper.

  78. Yet it has an exultant coda not wholly dissimilar to the tremendous close of “Leonore” No.

  79. Of the four movements this Allegretto con spirito is the most vigorous and vivacious, concluding, after pages of Olympian struggle, in a victorious coda of overwhelming brilliance.

  80. A horn solo in the coda evokes the mystery of forest deeps from an old and bardic time.

  81. With respect to this tranquil coda Hanslick remarks: "The raging ocean waves calm down to a mysterious whisper.

  82. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "coda" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.