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Category: Manufacturing Category: Control engineeringSymphony No. 5 (Villa-Lobos) Symphony No. 5, Symphonic Suite, is a composition by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, written in 1934. It was first performed in the city of Rio de Janeiro on 21 February 1935. History This work was composed between the summer of 1933 and the summer of 1934, when the composer travelled in Europe. Villa-Lobos composed it during his visits to the South of France and Belgium, particularly to Brussels. The five movements are: Allegro assai Andantino Rápido Lento Finale: Allegro assai The work was not premiered until February 21, 1935, when it was performed in the municipal theater of the city of Rio de Janeiro under the direction of the composer, along with his two previous symphonies (Symphony No. 3 and Symphony No. 6). Analysis Although the composition was intended as a suite, Villa-Lobos only used four of its five movements in the first performance. The movement Allegro assai was presented together with the two following movements. At that time, this symphony was the composer's only composition in the so-called symphonic style, which combines elements of orchestra with those of voice. The work is dedicated to his friend and colleague Celio Cruz. References Symphonies 015 Category:1934 compositions Category:Compositions by Heitor Villa-Lobos Category:Music with dedicationsIn recent years, various demands on a digital camera and mobile phone equipped with the digital camera have increased, and an image sensor and image processing technique are required to be improved. In particular, the resolution of a pixel is improved in order to realize a high resolution image, and an on-chip lens is used in order to obtain high resolution. In addition, a light intensity reduction technique is also required in order to improve the sensitivity of the image sensor. A pixel with a larger size than a light receiving portion of a light receiving element is called a microlens. The microlens can concentrate incident light on a light receiving portion to reduce a loss of light intensity. As the size of the microlens increases, a distance between the microlens and the light receiving element decreases, and thus the incident light is easily influenced by the microlens.