Moresco

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Moresco

(məˈrɛskəʊ)
n, adj
1. (Peoples) a variant of Morisco
2. (Dancing) a variant of Morisco
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Ce lo spiega Brasaglia in un recente libro sulle danze popolari italiane: "La catubba, egli dice, o Canazza, era un ballo su musica moresca che si fuse con la Lucia; giacche vennero fatte anche nella Catubba il canto e le mosse del Gallo, proprie della Lucia e del Cuccurucu Toscano".
Jeanette Lajeunesse Zinggs consummate choreography included a moresca and two-step passamezzo moderno near the beginning of Act II for the women, accompanied with authentic castanets and bells.
Moresca and Kalamata)," LWT-Food Science and Technology, vol.
Sur cette these, les contributions academiques signalent qu'il y a de multiples premisses pour qu'un visage resulte plus attirant, une d'entre elles correspond a la proportion d'or ou de numero phi (Castro, Lazzari, Moresca, Petrelli, et Rodrigues, 2012), ce qui explique le lien qui existe entre deux segments de la meme ligne, en utilisant une operation mathematique qui est: ((a + b) / a = a / b) oo (a) est le segment avec la plus grande mesure et (b) est le segment avec la plus petite mesure, le produit de cette operation doit etre "1.618", decimal correspondant au numero d'or ou phi (Casans, 2001, p.11, notre traduction).
The tracks are "Catalina - Moresca Prima" (4:15), "Pizzicarella" (6:23), "Madonna nun e cchiu lo tiempo antico" (3:38), "Trapanarella" (2:42), "Funtana che ddaje acqua", "'A Serenata 'e Pulecenella" (4:37), "Chichilichi" (3:14), "Mamma la Rondinella" (3:57), "Antidotum Tarantulae/Tarantella del '600" (5:54), "Dicitencello Vuje" (4:59), "Nu juorno t'aggia avere" (3:52), "Amore Amore" (2:52), and "Bonus Track: Sia Benedetto ci fici lo mundo" (3:34).
There is a theory that the name morris evolved from 'Moorish' or that it may be related to the celebratory dances performed in the Moresca pageants of 1492 when the Moors were expelled from Spain.
Jahrhundert Moment musical Monodie Monodram Monolog [right arrow] Rezitativ monothematisch [right arrow] Fuge, [right arrow] Kontrastierende Ableitung Montage Monumentalfuge [right arrow] Fuge Morceau (also Stuck) Moresca
THE moresca is a literary-musical form that appeared in 16th-century Naples as an offshoot of a genre variously called canzone villanesca, villotta, villanella or napolitana, all of these describing a secular song in the Neapolitan dialect (Cardamone, 25-27; 155).
Someone thought, "Hey let's have a pageant to celebrate this victory", and the 'Moresca' dance was created.