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canto

a main division of a long poem
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On Track 6, 'No Puedo Pasar El Ebro', the translator gives verse 3 as 'Me gustan los borrachones, para cantar bien la jota,' translated as 'I like big drinkers, for singing the jota well'.
cantar che nell'anima si sente," claims Ungaretti with the support of Leopardi's "L'infinito" (SI 415).
Some clue about the music might be furnished by an aer di versi latini, textless and so suitable for improvisation, published in Petrucci's fourth frottola book, Strambotti, Ode, Frottole, Sonetti, Et modo de cantar versi latini e capituli.
1-76), a detailed comparison of the second cantar with the HR, and a painstaking collection of evidence which might suggest differences between the three traditionally accepted divisions of the poem in areas such as use of sources, linguistic (e.
Mi Vida Es Cantar ( Singing is my Life) is the latest album from the long-time Cuban exile and acknowledged "Queen of Salsa".
Among the theatrical events, the solo performance by Uruguayan actress Dahd Sfeir stands out for the monologues, stories, poetry, and songs from La Edad del Viento and Las Cosas del Cantar.
TROPICAL LATIN PERFORMANCE: ``Contra la Corriente,'' Marc Anthony; ``Suavemente,'' Elvis Crespo; ``Mi Vida es Cantar,'' Celia Cruz; ``El Rumbero del Piano,'' Eddie Palmieri; ``Live at Birdland - Dancemania '99,'' Tito Puente; ``Babalu Aye,'' Chucho Valdes and Irakere.
Lamentaciones, Cantar de los Cantares, Eclesiastes, Sabiduria.
La lectura de las notas bibliograficas que Jose Montero Alonso incluye permite detectar una coincidencia consistente: aquellos autores que son descritos como muy activos politicamente antes de la guerra, especialmente los relacionados con Falange Espanola, tienden a no mencionar sus experiencias y a cantar en sus poemas a los simbolos, como la bandera o Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera (que se convirtio en un poderosisimo mito tras su ejecucion).