Kartuli

Kartuli

 

(old name, lekurl), a Georgian paired folk dance. It is also known as the lezginka. The dance developed in Kartaliniia and Kakhetiia. The music is in 6/8 time. The dance is accompanied by an instrumental ensemble, made up of a dudka, a zurna, and a doli. The kartuli is danced in Paliashvili’s operas Daisi and Abesalom and Eteri.

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He worked in the editorial departments of various journals and in the screenwriting division of Kartuli Pilmi.
[Tbilisi: Artem Erkomaishvili Archive, Tbilisi Conservatory, 2006]; Malkhaz Erkvanidze, Introduction to Ts'inasit' qvaoba: Kartuli Galoba, Gelatis skola, Tormet' Sauplo da Udzrav Dghesasts'aulta Sagaloblebi [ The Gelati Monastery Chant School, Liturgical Chant for the Twelve Immovable Feasts and the Twelve Celebrations of Our Lord], volume 2 of K'art'uli saeklesio galoba [Georgian Church Chant] [Tbilisi: Sruliad Sak'art'velos Sapatriark'os saeklesio galobis c'entri, 2006]).
Within the company's repertoire you will find the Kartuli, anusual duet between a man and a woman, the popular dance Khorumi and the Adjaruli, a dance based on an Adjarian folk dance.
The Georgians did not have enough Kartuli (Georgian) interpreters to maintain one at the ECP at all times, occasionally making situations at the ECP more difficult than they might have been with English speakers.
the political parties New Rights, Democratic Movement-United Georgia, Free Georgia, Kartuli Dasi and the Christian-Democratic
Kartuli enis zogadi daxasiateba [A general characteristisation of the Georgian Language].
(7) Lela Yakobishvili & Zaza Piralishvili, Kartuli politikis theatraluri dialektika.
Toojou ja toodangu suhte arvutamiseks on teravilja, kartuli, piima ja liha toodang umber arvutatud energeetilisse vaartusse (kaloritesse).
Lomouri, "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [sakartvelos saxelts'odegani bizant'iur ts'q'aroebsi; 'The Designation of Georgia in Byzantine Sources']," in Georgiy Georgievic Paichadze, ed., [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Sakartvelosa da kartvelebis aghmnisvneli utsxouri da kartuli t'erminologia; "Foreign Expressions for Georgia and Georgians and Georgian Terminology"] (T'bilisi: Mec'niereba, 1993), 73-91.
Tsadasy, 1968); and Akaki Shanidze, Kartuli xalxuri poezia Khevsuruli (Tbilisi: saxelmtsipo gamomtsemloba, 1931), 1: 246-48, for an example of a Georgian-language poem dedicated to Zelimkhan (this is poem no.
Kartuli enis gammart'ebiti leksik'oni [The Explanatory Dictionary of the Georgian Language], vol.
Leaders of the partiers Kartuli Dasi and Free Georgia- Jondi Bagaturia and Kakha Kukava expressed a wish to nominate Paata