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  1. Mer Reply
    May 09,  · SALTARELLO The Saltarello is a set of popular dances of ancient origin, typical of central Italy. In Lazio, Abruzzo, Marche, Umbria and Molise we can find evidence of these dances, that are practiced even today. The genesis of the Saltarello can be linked to “saltatio”, a very popular genre durimg the time of Latins before the conquest by.
  2. Kigakinos Reply
    saltarello (modern It. salterello). Lively dance of Sp. and It. provenance in varying metres (6/8, 3/4, 3/8, 6/4), incorporating jumps. In 16th cent. was the after-dance (Nachtanz) to a pavan or passamezzo, the mus. often being indistinguishable from a galliard. Mendelssohn called the finale of his ‘Italian’ Sym. a saltarello.
  3. Mishakar Reply
    Nov 18,  · GRUPO DE FOLK METAL ORIGINARIO DE ALEMANIA (Wiesbaden, Hesse) DEL ALBUM Narrenfrei ().
  4. Goltimuro Reply
    May 14,  · Saltarello perform a wide range of music spanning medieval, renaissance, baroque and contemporary repertoires. They have performed at venues including Wilton’s Music Hall, Handel House Museum, the Royal Festival Hall and at Tate Britain for the Hans Holbein exhibition.
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    Schattentantz - Narrenfrei ‎ (CD, Album) Not On Label (Schattentantz Self-released) Germany: Sell This Version: Instruments & Performance: Blind Guardian: Blind Guardian - Fly (Maxi, Single) 8 versions: Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast: UK & Europe Schattentantz - Narrenfrei Missing: Saltarello.
  6. Shalkree Reply
    The Saltarello or Salterelle was a lively Italian fast, leaping Court Dance which was originally a form of the Galliarde and in Spain was originally called the "Alta Danza" (or High Dance because of the leap) which used a skipping step at the beginning of each camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfo name came from the Italian word Saltare (To Leap).The French called it the Pas de Brabant (or breban) The Saltarello was a.
  7. Mami Reply
    This piece is well known as "Saltarello" from Vincenzo Galilei (or from anonymous), but it is quite obvious, that it is an "Italiana" from anonymous and based on Oscar Chilesotti's transcription "No. Italiana (Pag. e dell’ originale)" from his book "Da un Codice Lauten-Buch del Cinquecento".
  8. Dolrajas Reply
    Schattentantz discography (main) Narrenfrei () > Schattentantz discography (all) Schattentantz () Narrenfrei () > Galgenfrist Schattentantz. Type: Full-length Release date: Catalog ID: TE Label: Independent Format: CD Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Ouwe Show lyrics Missing: Saltarello.
  9. Felkree Reply
    Song information for Saltarello Abruzzese - on AllMusic. We currently don't have any genres associated with this song. Would you like to contribute?