In a reprise of an argument she aired in an earlier essay, Musacchio characterizes the female viewer as the force driving the market that produced these artifacts.
Brenneman's Burger King game plan is, in part, a reprise .
Also enthralling was the remarkable Italian cantata from 1708, Tra le fiamme, in which three arias interspersed by recitatives lead to a final reprise of the first, resulting in a rather progressive cyclic structure.
Some later examples introduced more complex techniques, such as canon (Mozart's Symphony no. 40, in G minor), and some treat the reprise of the minuet after the trio with elaborate embellishments.
Acting almost as a reprise for the entire album, the song ends the album nicely and, more importantly, leaves the listener wanting more.
It is already committed to getting prices rising at around 1% and providing ample liquidity to banks to prevent a reprise of the 1988 financial crisis.
The tone becomes increasingly strident until a reprise of the opening is followed by a moment of calm that precedes a violent and sarcastic conclusion.
a reprise of his earlier performance
The passage in question covers the return of B, C and D themes, and the retransition to the final reprise of A.
After a reprise of the music for horns and piano for another short male solo, the Coda begins in vigorous style.