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chanter:

see bagpipebagpipe,
musical instrument whose ancient origin was probably in Mesopotamia from which it was carried east and west by Celtic migrations. It was used in ancient Greece and Rome and has been long known in India.
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chanter

the pipe on a set of bagpipes that is provided with finger holes and on which the melody is played
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Sous les ordres d'un << Capitaine >> a cheval, cette troupe de joyeux lurons passera de maison en maison dans un esprit de fete en chantant, dansant et jouant de la musique.
Mais il arracha avec son hoyau teus los pieds de vigne avec les racines et les porta sur son dos jusqu'a la demeure, il en fit de gros tas, sacrifia le plus fort des boceufs et s'en rassasia : it forca la porte da cellier, deboucha le plus beau pithos et installant les portes en guise de table "il s'assit et but" en chantant.
Le soliste complete le texte en chantant une seconde phrase de 9 mesures a nouveau repetee par le choeur et les instruments.
Considerably more worthwhile are the various miscellaneous short pieces with titles like Skizze, Chantant, and the 22-second Griffinesque, which Norris plays with delicacy and warm affection.
The speaker must therefore embark on a journey of repeated representation and praise to try to retrieve the unretrievable past; and, as Petrarch does so frequently in the Canzoniere, Du Bellay marks the ongoing nature of this camino by ending the sonnet with the use of the iterative present: "Je vays chantant vostre gloire plus belle" ("I go along singing your most beautiful glory").
Ces femmes sont entrees dans le camp la tete haute, en chantant La Marseillaise" (Eva Tichauer, J'etais le numero 20832 a Auschwitz, 1988, pp.
Su primera pelicula, La victoire en chantant o Noir et blanc en couleurs (Negro y blanco en colores) paso completamente inadvertida en Francia pero habia apuntado a un interes concreto y gano: el Oscar a la mejor pelicula en lengua extranjera en 1977.
Listing all types of coffee drinks and tripe dishes and expressions related to coffee unnecessarily exaggerates the role of Arabic: cafe, cafe au kirsch, cafe au lait, cafe brulot, cafe chantant, cafe dansant, cafe complet, cafe concert, cafe con leche, cafe noir, cafe nature, cafe parfait, cafe royale, coffee royal, coffee klat(s)ch - and klat(s)ch as a shortening of coffee-klat(s)ch.
Trenet began to blow Maurice Chevalier off the boards as le fou chantant - a nickname that went back to the Singing Fool Al Jolson, whom he admired.
Aujourd'hui, entrant dans la chambre d'Emilie, j'ai entendu ma soeur lui chantant la meme berceuse que Morphyse nous a chante pendant toute notre enfance.
La Revue des Deux Mondes, a prestigious literary magazine, had just published her story, Le Cafe Chantant, following a decision by Plon, one of France's most highly regarded publishers, to snap up her first book Saada the Moroccan Woman.