tarantelle


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a lively whirling Italian dance for two persons

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A further example of a combination of realistic and allegorical narration is Sylvain Bemba's drama Tarantelle noir et diable blanc (Black Tarantella and white devil, 1976).
In comparison, soloist William Tritt reveals an elan and virtuosity that is perfectly suited to the dizzying whirl of Louis Gottschalk's Grand Tarantelle and a contrasting, and appropriately simple, touch in a selection of Euday Bowman and Scott Joplin rags.
The book gathers poems published in some of her smaller press books, Gottschalk and the Grande Tarantelle (1989) and Children Coming Home (1991), as well as the epic poem "In the Mecca.
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Many of the favorite Burgmuller pieces are included here, such as Angel's Voices and Tarantelle.