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sarabande

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1. a decorous 17th-century courtly dance
2. Music a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance, in slow triple time, often incorporated into the classical suite
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Frente ao exposto, pode-se aventar a hipotese de a unidade lexical sarabanda ter se disseminado no Centro-Oeste, sul de Mato Grosso do Sul, com as varias levas de migracao gaucha que marcaram o povoamento da regiao em questao e na fronteira do Brasil com o Paraguai ter sofrido alteracoes formais e uma especializacao de sentido, dando origem a saranda (peneira) e a sarandear (ato de movimentar a peneira).
Only ten of the 26 compositions are of known authorship: a Sonata a 2 and chiacona by the Italian-born violinist and composer Antonio Bertali, and four sonatas, a sarabanda and couranto, and three gzygas by the German composer Heinrich Dobel, One further work, a Sonatina a Viola de Gamba aut Violino Solo, is attributed to Augustinus Kertzinger.
Often, the pantomimes performed by possessed Congos claiming to be "mounted" by Madre de Agua (the goddess of the sea and of rivers) or by Sarabanda (the god of iron) are really those of Yemaya and Oggun, the Lucumi equivalents of these gods, for the Congos have retained few mythological elements that enable them to reconstruct the characteristics of their supernatural entities.
The former includes a series of ballettos, each paired with a corrente alla francese per ballare; after several dances whose function is unspecified, there are four ballettos labelled 'per Camera', followed by correnti, a sarabanda and two sinfonias that carry no special designations.
Villamil's enigmatic altar to the god Sarabanda, which included drawings and a cauldron stuffed with ritual items, fits into a closet-like space, another reminder of the necessity for secrecy that has determined the forms of Afro-Atlantic altars.
En la religion bantu del Congo existe una deidad mentada Sarabanda que sigue siendo adorada en la santeria afrocubana.
Restano aperti tutti gli interrogativi: sulla scomparsa di Lila e della piccola Tina; su chi ha ucciso l'usuraia Manuela Solara e i suoi due figli Michele e Marcello, camorristi e padroni del rione; sulla tragica fine di Alfonso Carracci, personaggio dalla friabile identita sessuale; sulle implicazioni di Enzo Scanno, di Lila e del terrorista amico d'infanzia Pasquale Peluso nella sarabanda infernale delle vendette incrociate.
The basis of the developing suite in instrumental ensemble music in the generation before Corelli was the paired dance--usually balletto/corrente--which increasingly, in such collections as Giovanni Battista degli Antonii's Balletti (1677), could be expanded by the addition of a sarabanda or a giga, and sometimes both.
Backed by an unyielding band led by Isidro Infante and backup vocals including Jerry Medina, Darvel Garcia and Nadeen Gautier, "El Canario" swings at his best in the tracks Tributo al Bravo, El As de la Rumba, La Paella, Que bonito es Puerto Rico, Soy Salsero, and Sarabanda.
It opens with a sequence of six movements in A minor (Preludio, Allemanda, Gagliarda, Corrente, Giga, Sarabanda) and continues with sequences in D major (Allemande, Giga, Borea) and G minor (Balletto, Borea, Gagliarda, Canario, Corrente, Minuet, Sarabanda, Borea); the remaining fourteen movements, however, consist only of pairs or singletons.
Gia le alunne si divincolavano, bianchissime eccettoche il trigono cesputo, da ogni torquente veto dei padri, si storcevano in una muta profferta: che di moresca lenta e ritenuta sarabanda s'esaltava a mano a mano fino al ritmo trocaico d'una estampida, ove il battito risoluto del piede regalasse fiere arsi al piancito: mentre la subita erezione e lo scotimento e del eolio e del capo ridava all'abisso i capelli, significando la indomita alterezza e della cervice e dell'animo, ribadita dal taratata delle nacchere.
La sarabanda es un baile espanol que hacia 1600 paso de Espana a Francia y fue poco a poco adoptando un caracter solemne .