gaita


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gaita

(ˈɡaɪtə)
n
a type of Spanish bagpipe
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We were trying to promote adlai as early as 2010, but we didn't have much success until I asked Gaita [Fores] if she could do something with it," said Romulo-Puyat in an earlier interview.
Kamau Gathungu, who is Nyandarua Majority leader and Pondo MCA, Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni and Kiriita MCA Justus Gaita went to the scene to help those who were injured.
Tenders are invited for Balance work of revamping and rehabilitation of gaita disty.
Quiza solo echemos de menos la musica en vivo, al menos en aquellos numeros mas estrechamente ligados al hermoso folklor irlandes, con esa inconfundible gaita que tanto los identifica, por ejemplo, en una misma linea de expresion musical, con Galicia y Escocia.
Observou-se, porem, que, muito discretamente, o musico tirou do bolso a gaita de boca com a qual passou a acompanhar as melodias entoadas na sequencia.
En la tabla derecha--El infierno musical--su rostro surge debajo de un plato con una gaita.
Heading to the Tower of Hercules, a Roman lighthouse dating back 1900 years, we watched as tourists traipsed up and down, passing a busker playing the Galician gaita - the Spanish answer to the bagpipes.
Postoperatif plejisi, idrar ve gaita inkontinansi devam eden hastaya yatak ici pozisyonlama, sik pozisyon degistirme, dekubit profilaksi prosedurleri, pasif eklem hareket acikligi (EHA), germe, guclendirme ve solunum egzersizleri baslanmis ve T-destekli ayak istirahat ateli verilerek spinal kord yaralanmalari polikliniginde kontrol onerilmisti.
They settled in a weatherboard house, Frogmore, in the isolated landscape that Gaita fell in love with.
She also was the first female to release an album of music of the gaita, or Galician bagpipes.
Cornalusa is a Portuguese ensemble that is composed of four musicians: two musicians play the gaita mirandesa, a Portuguese bagpipe, and the rhythmic and harmonic side of the band is completed by a string instrument, the bouzouki and a two-tone drum, the davul.
Ammonites occur within 8 lithostratigraphic units named, from older to younger: Gaita Formation (Hauterivian), Morella Formation (Barremian?