Chinsi - stopped horn?

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24 Jan 2008 21:29 - 25 Jan 2008 20:52 #21 by Dan Heynen
Chinsi - stopped horn? was created by Dan Heynen
Anchorage Civic Orch is performing Rossini's "La Boutique Fantasque" orchestrated by Respighi. In the Can-Can movement is the term (in parenthesis) "chinsi." A few bars later it says "Aperti." The term "Con Sord" is used in other movements, so I'm assuming "chinsi" is stopped horn? Anyone familiar with the term?

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25 Jan 2008 18:34 - 25 Jan 2008 20:53 #22 by Ricardo Matosinhos
Replied by Ricardo Matosinhos on topic Re:Chinsi - stopped horn?
Helo from what you described it apears to be stoped horn. Maybe its a derived word from "chiuso".
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28 May 2008 15:33 #108 by Louis Stout, Jr
Replied by Louis Stout, Jr on topic Re:Chinsi - stopped horn?
My guess is that it is a "typo" and should be "chiuso", the italian for stopped. :)

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