zampogna


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zampogna

(zæmˈpɒnjə)
n
(Instruments) music an Italian bagpipe used in Christmas music
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According to FLAG member Sharon Zampogna, VP of McCourt Label, "If I were told my budget only permitted attending one event a year, the FLAG Annual Members Meeting would be it."
Then its traditional instruments, such as the zampogna, are different from other Italian instruments.
It allows companies to lower their costs, increasing the range of options to attract new clients and enter new markets (FARRELL, 2004; KUMAR, ZAMPOGNA and NANSEN, 2010), directing the production of items or sub-systems outside of the company (TADELIS, 2007).
Estas piezas quedan documentadas en el articulo que Corra publico durante 1912 en la revista Ilpastore, ilgregge e la zampogna titulado 'Cine abstracto-musica cromatica'.
* Carlo Zampogna, 38, of Naples, is a sole practitioner at Zampogna Law.
There will be Zampogna band's from Italy, Gaitas from Asturias, Gaida players from Hungary and many more.
La scena del romanzo di Longo si svolge in un assolato mezzogiorno estivo: le greggi riposano all'ombra, Dafni suona la zampogna, e Cloe si addormenta beatamente (1.25.1).
The segment aired in November, filmed inside Domenic Zampogna's Sila Espresso Bar in Brunswick Street, with its 1950s Faema gleaming on the counter and still serving coffee with that revolutionary espresso crema.
At the workshops, attendees learned about Malay dance, stringed instruments, Maori symbolism, and even the little-known zampogna, also known as Italian bagpipes.
At the work shops, attendees learned about Malay dance, stringed instruments, Maori symbolism, and even the little-known zampogna, also known as Italian bagpipes.
Zampogna Scholarship benefiting graduating Gardner High School students.