Tambourin


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Tambourin

 

(1) A type of small, cylindrical drum, taller than it is wide, that originated in Provence, France.

(2) An old Provencal folk dance with flute and tambourin accompaniment.

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El conjunto instrumental debe ser bandoneon, flauta, violin, paila y tambourin, pero se acompana con lo que se tenga a mano (Esquenazi, 2001: 166).
She says that the most sought-after prints by Picasso, at the very top end of the market, are as follows: La femme qui pleure; La Minotauromachie; one of the 27 impressions of his first print, Le repas frugal (1904) on old Japan paper (the auction record for this etching is 1,945,250 [pounds sterling], achieved at Christie's London last June); Portrait de jeune fille, d'apres Cranach le Jeune (a 1958 linocut, an unsigned example of which sold for $572,500 in a modern art sale at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in May); Femme au tambourin (1939); Femme a la fenetre (1952; aquatint and etching; an example sold for $170,500 at Phillips de Pury New York, in 2010); L'Egyptienne (1953), and a rare, complete Vollard Suite (1930-37; one sold last year at Galerie Bern for 2.3m CHF).
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in Ernest Thompson's On Golden Pond, the Narrator in Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods and Doctor Tambourin in Sondheim's Passion.
These are seldom heard pieces and the changes of mood, coloration, tone and passion, particularly in the second half in the compositions titled, "La Lapopliniere," "La Timide" and "Tambourin," were breathtaking.
The signing ceremony for this important alliance took place at the Biotech City in the INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier offices in the presence of Laval mayor Gilles Vaillancourt, Genopole Chief Executive Pierre Tambourin, and Biotech City President and CEO Pierre Belanger.
In Paris, as the collection of prints he and his brother amassed grew into the hundreds, Van Gogh organized an exhibition of them at the Cafe Ee Tambourin and even copied works by Kesai Eisen and Utagawa Hiroshige in several of his paintings.
Pailletes d,astres, fous d'azur, les grands bohemes, Dans les eclairs vermeils de leur gai tambourin, Passent, fantasquement coiffes de romarin.
Entitled Le Nu au tambourin, the painting, unbeknownst to him, is a faithful copy of the real-life Matisse's 1926 oil painting Nu assis au tambourin.
Alexandra Wood brought a full lush tone from her Landolfi violin when she played Handel and Walton with pianist Huw Watkin last week, and finally charmed us with Kreisler's Tambourin Chinoise.
Among the highlights: Alexander Shalov's "Valenki," a folk song with verve; Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy"; Rameau's "Minuet," "Tambourin," and "Gavotte-Rondeau," my favorites; another from Shalov, "The White Acacia's Fragrant Flakes"; Stravinsky's "Prelude and Tango"; Frolov's "Blues"; and Vlasov's "Basso ostinato." And those are only a few to illustrate the variety!
1985): 532-34; Brian Fennelly, review of Rands, Le Tambourin, Suites 1 and 2, Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 46, no.