A cantabile quality is always given pride of place.
It is used in passages of a cantabile character.
After a pause on the dominant seventh the opening is extended in a cantabile theme.
The cantabile moments provide a refreshing contrast.
The third section introduces a cantabile line in the strings and leads to a dialogue of piano and first violin.
A new cantabile theme makes its appearance in the trumpet, and an extended elaboration of this serves to preface the next section.
Bach writes in the introduction to the Inventions that one of his goals was to develop the cantabile quality of keyboard playing.
After an unexpected bass trombone disruption, the flute comes to the fore with a cantabile theme in E major.
Brambach music style corresponds to the post-Mendelssohn era, with a very cantabile mood which stands out from the majority of his contemporaries.
The Adagio movement, a grand expansive movement utilized by future composers, often in chamber music, opens with a famous cantabile melody.
The cantabile movement would be slower and more free-form to contrast with the structured and generally faster cabaletta.
The cadenza concludes and the new thematic material is combined in a cantabile episode commencing in G-flat.
Wolff describes these movements as "fanfare-like frameworks", a cantabile choral setting contrasting to virtuoso orchestral playing in "secular dance".
The third movement, marked Poco Adagio, is a long cantabile aria in G major, dominated by the first violin and the cello.
This étude differs from most of Chopin's in its tempo, its poetic character and the lingering yet powerful recitation of its cantabile melody.
Eduardo Tumagian gave an honorable, sincere, vigorous reading of the title part, but he sounded dry and wooden, and he could not rise to the great cantabile solos.
His right hand rippled through one finely molded phrase after another, and he was well able to maintain its cantabile quality at the slow tempo he set for the middle movement.
In addition to being a well-known soprano (of the cantabile style, singing mostly chamber music) and voice teacher, Tosi was a composer of several arias and cantatas.
Her piloting of the submersible became unconscious as she allowed the theme to grow, shaping and reshaping in long, cantabile phrases while the Leda slid around and beneath the cloud base.
The second theme, piu mosso, is a very songful cantabile theme, well-suited to the cello's upper range, that is then treated imitatively by all the other instruments.
The first movement, for example, switiches between D minor, E flat minor and F major before the flute comes to the fore with a cantabile theme in E major.
His music is generally highly idiomatic for the lute, in the German style (i.e. uniting traditional French forms, textures and ornaments with Italianate cantabile melody over a basso continuo line.
He borrowed Gul Nazar's theme, as well as the other purely cantabile themes, from Salvador Daniel's Collection of Algerian melodies, a copy of which Alexander Borodin happened to possess.
The first nocturnes to be written under the specific title were by the Irish composer John Field, generally viewed as the father of the Romantic nocturne that characteristically features a cantabile melody over an arpeggiated, even guitar-like accompaniment.
But his passage work is not always as smooth as it might be: notes pinged and exploded when all should have been cantabile, and lyrical passages did not have the sonorous grace that typifies the most eloquent playing in this genre.