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beguine

1. a dance of South American origin in bolero rhythm
2. a piece of music in the rhythm of this dance
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Bohringer, Letha, Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane, and Hildo van Engen, eds, Labels and Libels: Naming Beguines in Northern Medieval Europe (Sanctimoniales, 1), Turnhout, Brepols, 2014; hardback; pp.
Synopsis: The beguines began to form in various parts of Europe over eight hundred years ago, around the year 1200.
Placid Priory in the state of Washington, adds to her prodigious body of work with this comprehensive investigation into the lives of thousands of celibate women who lived outside the cloister as beguines.
The programme was packed with big numbers like Shall We Dance, Begin the Beguine, Embraceable You and Dancing in the Dark, while Anton and Faye Huddleston danced a beautiful foxtrot to Music of the Night.
Expect hits including Anything Goes, Rhythm of Life and Begin The Beguine among others.
D'you think he could play some Glenn Miller, Or maybe some Irvine Berlin, We'll Meet Again, or the White Cliffs of Dover, Or When They Begin the Beguine.
For someone called Beguine the more Aquino says he is not a thief, the more he looks and becomes one.
"Take Your Time," "Beguine" and "Love Song" are wonderful.
Key among them are sessions featuring Comite Prancais de la Couleur; Jean Claude Beguine brand; and makeup artists such as Damien Dufresne and Max herlant.
Fittingly, Loi not only shares his breeder, Petra Bloodstock Agency, with his sire but also his co-owner Enrico Ciampi and trainer Jean-Marc Beguine. He is the first foal out of his dam, a middle-distance winner in France who is a half-sister to 1m4f Listed winner Law Of Chance.
Drawing on 14 years of interviews with Shaw and his contemporaries, print and broadcast sources, and Shaw's memoir, Nolan describes how Shaw sold millions of recordings, including "Begin the Beguine" and "Star Dust"; led several bands; challenged racial barriers and hired African American musicians like Billie Holiday; and fostered a career that lasted from the 1920s to the 1950s, when he retired at the age of 44.
The concert programme includes two Alan Simmons arrangements, which will bring back some memories, a medley of songs from the Sixties and another from the great "swing" era including the popular Begin the Beguine and Moonlight Serenade.