Tyrolienne


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Tyrolienne

(tɪˌrəʊlɪˈɛn)
n
1. (Dancing) a lively peasant dance from the Tyrol
2. (Music, other) a song composed for or in the style of this dance, characterized by the yodel
[French: of the Tyrol]
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Make sure you take the Tyrolienne Zip Wire, which is the highest in Europe.
The world's highest zip line now is The Tyrolienne in France at an altitude of 3,230 metres.
Whether going in groups or taking the family, one can enjoy activities such as horseback riding, paintball, tyrolienne, escalade, skywalk, archery, rappel and ATV.
There are moments at which one hears parallels between Satie's angular melodic sense and the similarly sideways constructions of Thelonious Monk, while the arrangement for electric guitar of Avant-dernieres pensees brings to mind the cyclically developing compositions of Steve Reich for Pat Metheny; the Gnossiennes are especially lovely on nylon-string guitar, and Tyrolienne turque sounds startlingly lovely on mandolin.
They would just as soon watch features on Tyrolienne yodeling as see Dominik Hasek stop Eric Lindros on a breakaway.
Three items from its repertory of pinned barrels can be heard on this disc, including the Tyrolienne with variations attributed to Mozart.
TIPS saying ||Make sure you take the Tyrolienne Zip Wire, which is the highest in Europe.
Lowerre 230 Theodore Sontag, Henriette Lowerre 30, 37 Stowe, Harriet Beecher Tawa 19; Lowerre 246 Tennyson, Alfred, Lord Tawa 33; Lowerre 28 Tyrolese, Tyrolienne
Cette troupe, relevant de l'association de traditions tyroliennes du nom [beaucoup moins que]DA[sup.