csardas


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csardas

(ˈtʃɑːˌdɑːʃ)
n
(Dancing) a Hungarian folk dance
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VITTORIO MONTI'S Csardas can be heard on Lady Gaga's 2009 song Alejandro, while back in 1996 Celine Dion's version of Eric Carmen's All By Myself includes part of the second movement of Sergei Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor.
If someone where to tell the person about these things it would be folly to begin by mentioning all the bad ways one can dance the csardas or all the deformed iguanas.
En la segunda parte tocaron un bonito y extenso programa con lo mejor del repertorio clasico, con obras de Sarasate, Rimski Korsakov (el infaltable Vuelo del abejorro), Dvorak, Prokofiev, Kreisler, Monti (las csardas, claro), Elgar, Tchaikowski, y Bazzini.
He was a dancer, enjoying in the polka and Hungarian csardas.
BH BHANG (HINDI) BW BWANA (SWAHILI) CS CSARDAS (HUNGARIAN) CW CWM (WELSH) MH MHORR (ARABIC) MR MRIDANG (SANSKRIT) MW MVULE (SWAHILI) MZ MZEE (SWAHILI) CZ CZAR (RUSSIAN) DH DHOBI (HINDI) DJ DJINN (ARABIC) DS DSO (TIBETAN) DV DVANOVA (SANSKRIT) DZ DZIGGETAI (MONGOLIAN) FJ FJORD (NORWEGIAN) GJ GJU (OLD NORSE) GW GWYNIAD (WELSH) HW HWYL (WELSH) JH JHALA (SANSKRIT) KH KHAN (ARABIC) KV KVASS (RUSSIAN) KW KWEZA (BANTU) LH LHERZOLITE (BASQUE) LL LLAMA (QUECHON) LW LWEI (BANTU) MB MBIRA (SHONA) MG MGANGA (SWAHILI) NG NGAIO (MAORI) NH NHANDOU (TUPI) PF PFENNIG (GERMAN) PZ PZAZZ (U.
The ardent Villa fan, wearing a shirt emblazoned with the name Agbonlahor and the striker's number 11, kept the audience amused throughout the nine-minute recital of Monti's Csardas.
Ines Abdel Daim also shone, especially in Vittorio Monti's Csardas, where the flute sounded at times like a songbird, and at times like a snake charmer.
Soprano Ilona Karan was a good Rosa-linda, but her modest-sized soprano didn't have the decibels to match the others in the ensembles and the C-sharp that ended the Csardas got away from her.
Next, go on to Johann Strauss II's masterpiece Der Zigeunerbaron (The Gypsy Baron), with Schwarzkopf in the lead and Otto Ackermann conducting; then try my two favourite operettas, both by Emmerich Kalman: Die Csardas Furstin (The Csardas Princess) and Grafin Matiza (Countess Mariza), on the EMI label, with Anneliese Rothenberger and Nicolai Gedda.
Verbunkos and csardas idioms pervade the music of these composers when they sought to evoke nationalist sentiment.