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[[Image:Louis Armstrong restored.jpg .3. thumb .3. Trumpeter , bandleader and singer LOUIS ARMSTRONG: as soloist.]] ..
[[Image:Louis Armstrong restored.jpg|thumb|Trumpeter, bandleader and singer [[Louis Armstrong]]: as soloist.]]
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In MUSIC , a ((((( solo ))))) (from the {{ lang-it .3. solo}} , meaning (( alone )) , even though (( assolo )) is now used in ITALY when referring to the musical solo) is a PIECE or a SECTION of a piece played or sung by a single performer. In practice this means a number of different things , depending on the type of music and the context. ..
[[Image:Louis Armstrong restored.jpg|polze|Trumpeter, bandleader i cantant [[Louis Armstrong]]: com solista.]]
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The word is also used for the act of performing a solo , and sometimes for the performer (more often a (( soloist )) ). ..
 
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The plural is (( soli )) or the ANGLICISED form (( solos )) . In some context these are interchangeable , but (( soli )) tends to be restricted to classical music , and tends to refer to either the solo performers or the solo PASSAGES in a single piece: it would not often be used to refer to several pieces that happen to be for single performers. Furthermore , the word (( soli )) can be used to refer to a small number of simultaneous parts assigned to single players in an orchestral composition. In the Baroque CONCERTO GROSSO , the term for such a group of soloists was (( CONCERTINO )) . ..
In [[music]], a '''solo''' (from the {{lang-it|solo}}, meaning ''alone'', even though ''assolo'' is now used in [[Italian language|Italy]] when referring to the musical solo) is a [[musical composition|piece]] or a [[section (music)|section]] of a piece played or sung by a single performer. In practice this means a number of different things, depending on the type of music and the context.
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En la [[música]], un '''solo''' (del {{lang-it|solo}}, significat ''de manera sola'', tot i que ''assolo'' és ara utilitzat a [[Italià|Itàlia]] en referir-se al solo musical) és una [[composició musical|peça]] o una [[secció]] d'una peça tocada o cantada per un artista solter. En la pràctica això significa un cert nombre de coses diferents, depenent del tipus de música i el context.
In the BAROQUE and CLASSICAL periods , the word (( solo )) was virtually equivalent to (( SONATA )) , and could refer either to a piece for one melody instrument with (continuo) accompaniment , or to a sonata for an unaccompanied melody instrument , such as JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH’s SONATAS FOR VIOLIN ALONE. <ref>. David Fuller , "Solo" , (( The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians )) , second edition , edited by STANLEY SADIE and JOHN TYRRELL (London: Macmillan Publishers , 2001). </ref>. ..
 
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The word is also used for the act of performing a solo, and sometimes for the performer (more often a ''soloist'').
In many jazz performances , each number will alternate ensemble sections with solo sections where one performer is playing either completely alone , or with unobtrusive accompaniment from the others. Common examples are the rhythm section of jazz bands , and quiet background music by other wind instruments. Such solos are most often IMPROVISED. ..
 
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La paraula també s'utilitza per a l'acte de realitzar un solo, i a vegades per a l'artista (més sovint un ''solista'' ).
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In POPULAR MUSIC a (( solo )) refers to a "crowd-pleasing" improvised melody <ref>. Miller , Michael (2004). (( The Complete Idiot's Guide to Solos & Improv )) . Isbn 1592572103. </ref>. played by a single or featured performer and may also refer to a drum solo. Use of the term (( solo )) appears to follow from JAZZ and , though they are often pre-composed or originally improvised , the expectation that solos be improvised continues , especially in certain genres. In the COUNTRY MUSIC genre a solo is known as a (( ride )) . ..
 
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The plural is ''soli'' or the [[anglicisation|anglicised]] form ''solos''. In some context these are interchangeable, but ''soli'' tends to be restricted to classical music, and tends to refer to either the solo performers or the solo [[passage (music)|passage]]s in a single piece: it would not often be used to refer to several pieces that happen to be for single performers. Furthermore, the word ''soli'' can be used to refer to a small number of simultaneous parts assigned to single players in an orchestral composition. In the Baroque [[concerto grosso]], the term for such a group of soloists was ''[[Concertino (group)|concertino]]''.
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El plural és ''solos'' o la forma [[anglicitzada]] ''solos'' . En algun context aquests són intercanviables, però ''solos'' tendeix ser restringit a música clàssica, i tendeix a referir-se o als artistes de solo o als [[passatges]] de solo en una peça única: no s'utilitzaria sovint per referir-se a unes quantes peces que resulten ser per a artistes solters. A més, la paraula ''solos'' pot ser utilitzat referir-se a un número petit de parts simultànies assignades a jugadors solters en una composició orquestral. En el [[concerto grosso|grosso]] de CONCERT de Barroc, el terme per tal grup de solistes era ''[[Concertino|concertino]]'' .
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In the [[Baroque music|Baroque]] and [[Classical period (music)|Classical]] periods, the word ''solo'' was virtually equivalent to ''[[sonata]]'', and could refer either to a piece for one melody instrument with (continuo) accompaniment, or to a sonata for an unaccompanied melody instrument, such as [[Johann Sebastian Bach]]’s [[Sonatas and partitas for solo violin (Bach)|sonatas for violin alone]].<ref>David Fuller, "Solo", ''The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians'', second edition, edited by [[Stanley Sadie]] and [[John Tyrrell (professor of music)|John Tyrrell]] (London: Macmillan Publishers, 2001).</ref>
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En el [[Música barroca|Barroc]] i períodes [[Classicisme musical|Clàssics]], la paraula ''solo'' era virtualment equivalent a ''[[sonata]]'', i es podria referir o a una peça per a un instrument de melodia amb (continuo) l'acompanyament, o a una sonata per a un instrument de melodia sol, com [[Johann Sebastian Bach|Les Sonates De]] [[Sonates i partites per a violí sol (Bach)|johann sebastian bach per]] A [[Violí Sol]].<ref>David Fuller, "Solo" ''El Diccionari de Bosc Nou de Música i Músics'', segona edició, editat per [[Stanley Sadie]] i JOHN TYRRELL (Londres: Editors Macmillan, 2001). </ref>.
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In many jazz performances, each number will alternate ensemble sections with solo sections where one performer is playing either completely alone, or with unobtrusive accompaniment from the others. Common examples are the rhythm section of jazz bands, and quiet background music by other wind instruments. Such solos are most often [[Musical improvisation|improvised.]]
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En moltes actuacions de jazz, cada número alternarà seccions de conjunt amb seccions de solo on un artista està jugant tampoc completament sol, o amb l'acompanyament discret des dels altres. Els exemples comuns són la secció de ritme de grups de jazz, i silencien música de fons per uns altres instruments de vent. S'[[Improvisació musical|improvisen]] més sovint tals solos.
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In [[popular music]] a ''solo'' refers to a "crowd-pleasing" improvised melody<ref>Miller, Michael (2004). ''The Complete Idiot's Guide to Solos & Improv''. ISBN 1592572103.</ref> played by a single or featured performer and may also refer to a drum solo. Use of the term ''solo'' appears to follow from [[jazz]] and, though they are often pre-composed or originally improvised, the expectation that solos be improvised continues, especially in certain genres. In the [[country music]] genre a solo is known as a ''ride''.
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En LA [[música popular]] un ''solo'' refereix a una melodia improvisada "amuntegar agradable"<ref>Moliner, Michael (2004). ''el Guia de L'Idiota Complet a Solos & Improv'' . Isbn 1592572103.</ref>jugat per un artista solter o presentat i també es pot referir a un solo de tambors. Ús del terme ''solo'' apareix seguir del [[jazz]] i, encara que es precomponen sovint o originalment s'improvisen, l'expectativa allò que els solos són improvisats continua, especialment en certs gèneres. En el gènere de [[country|música]] de PAÍS un solo se sap com un ''passejada'' .
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