Q: How old is humoresque?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

You are 0 years old. You are 5 months old. You are 20 weeks old. You are 135 days old. You are 3,252 hours old

The original question was too long to copy in. It was: "The sum of the ages of Old and Young is 48. Old is twice as old as young was when old was half as old as young will be when young is three times as old as old was when old was three times as old as young How old is old?" There is a rather strenuous algebraic solution.The answer is :Old is 30, Young is 18When Old was 18, Young was 6; when Old was 27 (1/2 of 54), Young was 15, and Old is twice that.If you change the sum to 32, then the ages become 20 and 12.When Old was 12, Young was 4; when Old was 18 (1/2 of 36), Young was 10.In each case, Old is always 5/3 as old as Young and 5/8 of the sum.

6576 days old and 9 years old

0.14 centuries old,1.4 decades old,14 years old,168 months old,730.484 weeks old,5113.39 days old,122721 hours old,7.363e+6 minutes old, 4.418e+8 seconds old, 4.418e+11 milliseconds old,4.418e+14 microseconds old, and 4.418e+17 nono seconds old.

If you were 3000 years old you would be 3000 years old.

Related questions

The duration of Humoresque - film - is 2.08 hours.

Humoresque - film - was created on 1946-12-25.

Humoresque - 1920 was released on: USA: 30 May 1920 Finland: 22 January 1923

If you are referring to the Humoresque Op 121 no 7 by Dvorak (the most famous humoresque of all), the answer is 'yes'. It was written for piano but many other arrangements have been made, both by the composer and by other people.

yes

Humoresque - 2010 was released on: USA: October 2010 USA: 14 April 2012 (Southeast New England Film, Music & Arts Festival)

G flat major

The cast of Humoresque - 2010 includes: Kristina Balbo as Dead Lady with Head Wound Eddy Bolz as Bad Ass Van Brenden Dallaire as Motorcyclist Harry Guakomoli as Sam Jackie Lovell as Ralph Vanessa Romanoff Michelle Violette as Lucy Isaac Woodbury High as Teenage Neck Snapping Victim

No. The "special effect" in Humoresque was done, contortionist style, with two violinists representing each of Garfield's arms. The result is totally convincing.

Music written by Arkady Luxemburg for orchestra Suite No. 1, Suite No. 2, Humoresque and also pieces for cello Hora and Twirl made him famous.

Humoresque - 1946 was released on: USA: 25 December 1946 Sweden: 29 August 1947 France: 19 September 1947 Italy: 8 October 1947 Finland: 7 November 1947 Portugal: 17 November 1947 Hong Kong: 26 August 1948 Denmark: 27 January 1949 Austria: 10 June 1949 Japan: 12 October 1949 West Germany: 22 December 1949 Austria: 17 March 1950 (re-release)

If you are a writer, clearly the best notation is 'playful manner'. There is no need to go back to ancient conventions. If you are looking at scores, there are different notations. Among them are humoresque, capriccio or capriccioso, scherzando, possibly allegro.