Noun(1) music composed in six-eight time for dancing the tarantella(2) a lively whirling Italian dance for two persons
(1) The score has also been slightly rearranged - the ballet opens with a tableau set to Renaissance lute music, while the third-act tarantella is moved into the first act.(2) The finale is a headlong, moto perpetuo tarantella in additive rhythms, the marimba's breakneck acceleration echoed by the quartet: the unisono final phrase for the quintet was breathtaking.(3) 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.(4) The third alteration becomes an A-minor tarantella .(5) The American artist celebrated his eighty-first birthday at Villa Narcissus, his home on the island of Capri, by dancing the tarantella .(6) Finland has no distinctive folk dance - no highland fling, morris dance or tarantella .(7) She does so by asking him to help her rehearse the dance - the tarantella - that she must perform the following evening.(8) Perhaps the most commonly recognized folk dance, the tarantella , for example, is Neapolitan, with little diffusion elsewhere in the peninsula.(9) This collection of Italian waltzes, polkas, mazurkas and tarantellas for solo violin is an excellent teaching tool for double stops, scales, arpeggios and style.(10) By the 19th century, however, musicians made more money out of tarantellas by their popularity as compositions.
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