baroque - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "baroque" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

baroque / барокко
имя существительное
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в стиле барокко
bizarre, quaint, fancy, whimsical, fanciful, baroque
имя прилагательное
relating to or denoting a style of European architecture, music, and art of the 17th and 18th centuries that followed mannerism and is characterized by ornate detail. In architecture the period is exemplified by the palace of Versailles and by the work of Bernini in Italy. Major composers include Vivaldi, Bach, and Handel; Caravaggio and Rubens are important baroque artists.
Early eighteenth century baroque composer Vivaldi was a trained priest who had music in his heart.
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the baroque style or period.
What were called ‘Chinoiserie’ styles of alleged Asian designs were in vogue for those who wanted a lighter alternative to the formality of baroque or neoclassicism.
Most big-ticket performers know their place, whether it be classical, baroque or grand opera.
Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, baroque , and rococo facades combine to create majestic results.
He brought stylish performance practice to the music of the baroque and classical periods, especially Handel oratorio and Mozart opera.
Now, it's not like the sound has changed that much, but this album certainly is flowerier, more baroque , more self-consciously showy than anything they've done so far.
Way beyond merely luxurious, the baroque decor is jaw-droppingly ostentatious.
A fine example of Central American baroque in Granada is the Iglesia de La Mercad, which was completed in 1539 and restored in 1862.
Rooms come in three styles: Moorish, with intricate plasterwork framing your bed; the more conventional Isabelline baroque ; or Castilian, with rococo furniture and ornate silver mirrors.
To their millionaire owners and portico-loving architects, they are temples of mock baroque and neo-Tudor excess that serve as worthy successors to the great country houses of the past.
Inside you'll find examples of gothic, Mudéjar, renaissance and baroque architecture along with a stunning collection of works by Rubens, Goya, Van Dyck and Velázquez.
Accordingly, the transitional period between the opulent baroque period and the less formal rococo era of Louis XV became known as French Régence, or Regency.