tarantella


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music composed in six-eight time for dancing the tarantella

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a lively whirling Italian dance for two persons

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Temperaments, "Rubies," Tarantella Where alumni have gone: San Francisco Ballet, Houston Ballet, BalletMet, Smuin Ballet?
It's been a busy year for us all so far what with various live concerts, but if you haven't been able to make it to our gigs then you can experience what we're about through Tarantella.
BLUE IS THE COLOUR: Tarantella Lady, ridden by Andrew Elliott, wins at Redcar on Saturday HERE THEY COME: Racegoers enjoy the action at Redcar on Saturday
One, Art History, cocked his jaw and ran out at the third-last and the other pair, Blue Destination and Gottany O'S, could never get on terms with the Barry Keniryridden Tarantella Lady, who jumped well and made all to get off the mark at her sixth attempt for trainer George Moore and owner David Parker.
It will be the first time there's a serious Sicilian tarantella artist on the Beall Hall stage.
Around 100 firefighters battled with an inferno at the Tarantella Hotel, in Sudbury, Suffolk, after receiving a call from a resident at 3.
Backed by double-bassist Nathan Thomson, cellist Jenny Adejayan and drummer Adriano Adewale, the Italian virtuoso roams from the jazzblues of Attempo to the Celtic swirl of Tarantella, and from the township guitar of African Dawn to the terrific Tears Of Joy, which boasts Latin licks Carlos Santana would be proud of.
Conversely, I sympathize deeply with the author's conviction that Chesterton's Lepanto, Belloc's Tarantella, and Newmann's The Dream of Gorontius deserve to be numbered among not only the most exquisite English poems of the twentieth century, but of all time.
It's by Tarantella and it's called Esquelitos, and from the haunting opening all the way through this one makes for some great mood music, sung in Spanish and English.
When I was four I listened many times to a 78 rpm recording of the "Sicilian Tarantella," performed by an ensemble consisting of a guitar and a flute or piccolo-like instrument.
Citrix has solved many of its multimedia problems and has a new software competitor in Tarantella.
TARANTELLA ES UN software que permite correr aplicaciones que no estan habilitadas para Internet; es decir, con Tarantella un usuario de Compac podria ejecutar la aplicacion desde su explorador Web y en desde cualquier lugar, expuso a eSemanal, Fernando Gomez Talancon, de Desarrollo de canales de Sun, quien agrego que en la exposicion de Compac efectuada en Guadalajara tambien llevaron servidores con procesadores AMB que corren tanto Windows como Linux y Solaris.
The systems giant picked up the rights to Procom's network-attached storage (NAS) appliances for $50 million and acquired application access software vendor Tarantella for $25 million.
has launched Tarantella Secure Global Desktop Terminal Services Edition (TSE) 4 software, the ultimate companion to Windows Terminal Services, Secure Global Desktop TSE 4 features important enhancements in the areas of security, support for cross-platform clients, printing, low-bandwidth performance and system administration capabilities.
The book contains a variety of styles, including sonata, tarantella and waltz, allowing students and teachers to explore the wide range of technical, musical and ensemble challenges in this literature.