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Sicilian Tarantella - Victor Young And His Orchestra - Sicilian Tarantella (Shellac)

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  1. The tarantella is a lively dance form that originated in Italy. There are many folk dances in Italy but the tarantella is iconic, instantly recognizable as an image of Italian culture. In addition to the distinct movements and musical accompaniment, the tarantella dance has a colorful history and origin story.
  2. Mar 29,  · The tarantella is a traditional Italian folk dance that was believed to cure the bite of the tarantula spider. The name of the dance comes from Taranto, Italy, and the specific dance steps vary by Italian region. There are hundreds of Views: 17K.
  3. Tarantella (Italian pronunciation: [taranˈtɛlla]) is a group of various folk dances characterized by a fast upbeat tempo, usually in 6 8 time (sometimes 12 8 or 4 4), accompanied by tambourines. It is among the most recognized forms of traditional southern Italian music. The specific dance-name varies with every region, for instance tammurriata in Campania, pizzica in the Salento region, and.
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  5. Jul 02,  · The Harmonicaires perform ‘Sicilian Tarantella’ on 'The Country & Western Hour' hosted by Ernie Sigley. Tarantella is a group of folk dances characterized by a fast upbeat tempo.
  6. Tarantella is a five-minute color, avant-garde animated short film created by Mary Ellen Bute, a pioneer of visual music and electronic art in experimental cinema.. With piano accompaniment by Edwin Gerschefski, "Tarantella" features rich reds and blues that Bute uses to signify a lighter mood, while her syncopated spirals, shards, lines and squiggles dance exuberantly to Gerschefski’s.
  7. We love Italian Music! The Tarantellas are a remarkable acoustic duo that specialize in playing the "Legendary Favorite Songs of Italy".. With an Italian Bowlback Mandolin, Accordion or Acoustic Guitar, Chromatic Mouth Organ, Friscalettu (Sicilian Cane Flute),and Harmony Vocals, their sound evokes the sunny skies and love for life of the Italian culture.
  8. Tarantella fiono a ghiuorno! (Ciociano, Michele) Tarantella in C minor (Cui, César) Tarantella in C minor (Pinto, Angelo Francis) Tarantella in G minor, Op (Cui, César) Tarantella Napoletana (Galimberti, Giuseppe) Tarantella Napoletana (Ricci, Luigi) Tarantella No.2, Op (Popper, David) Tarantella on a Russian Folksong (Glinka, Mikhail.
  9. Performer: Giovanni Vicari and his Original Orchestra Italian; Instrumental. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated eliptical.

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