Tzigane


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Tzigane

(tsɪˈɡɑːn; sɪ-)
n
(Peoples)
a. a Gypsy, esp a Hungarian one
b. (as modifier): Tzigane music.
[C19: via French from Hungarian czigány Gypsy, of uncertain origin]
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beaucoup moins que] Tzigane [beaucoup plus grand que] de Maurice Ravel (1875-1937), [beaucoup moins que] Legende, op.
The shelter was inundated with questions and comments on its Facebook page, including one from user Lydia Tzigane about a rumour that "55 kittens… have been released in the desert".
3 and Ravel's Tzigane -- Concert Rhapsody for violin and orchestra, two brilliant works that allow the violinist plenty of virtuoso moments (the concerts will also feature the Symphony Pro Musica orchestra playing Debussy's marvelous La Mer).
Janine Jansen takes the stage again as soloist in Chausson's Poeme and Ravel's Tzigane, and there are contributions, too, from soprano Elizabeth Watts and tenor John Daszak (the eponymous Peter Grimes as mentioned above).
And with regard to Haendel's nature, I expected her take on both Bartok (8) and Ravel (22) to be benchmark, which is true with the former yet, oddly, not in the case of Ravel's Tzigane, which the artist has performed throughout her life.
Straight from the Balkans, brass band P4 will perform Tzigane, an electrified music full of creativity, humor and energy.
C'est pourquoi le Conseil federal estima que, pour << un assainissement profond du probleme tzigane >> (einer grfindlichen Sanierung des Zigeunerwesens (30)), puisque les autres pays connaissaient des difficultes similaires, il fallait une action commune des divers Etats en invitant les gouvernements voisins, l'Allemagne, la France, l'Autriche et l'Italie, a reflechir sur ce probleme dans le cadre d'une conference internationale.
Sunday afternoon will see a 3pm salon concert featuring music composed in the Olympic years of various countries, such as John Ireland's Phantasie Trio (London, 1908), Ravel's Tzigane for violin and piano (Paris, 1924) and Rautavaara's String Quartet no.
The royal celebration includes some all-time orchestral favourites including Ravel's zingy Tzigane and Mozart's Cosi fan Tutte overture.
Quartet Tzigane, a piano quartet, was chosen the top-prize winner in the inaugural 2012 Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (SPCO) Youth Chamber Music Competition, in February.
Eugene Tzigane conducts the orchestra, with cellist Amit Peled guesting, at 4 p.
no one has ever suggested that Tzigane is great music.