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Results for: dance music, Spanish danceTranslations 1 - 30 of 806
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dance music, Spanish dancefandango
(1617-82) Bartolome Esteban (Spanish painter)Murillo
(about a tempo) becoming slower, decelerating (Music)rall (rallentando)
(Archaic) cornet piston (Music)cornopean
(British spelling for meter) basic unit of length in the metric system, one hundred centimeters, 39.37 inches; definite measurement; poetic measure; rhythm (in music); instrument that automatically measures quantities of substances (gas, water, or elec...metre
(British) street entertainer, one who performs music or dance in public as a way of soliciting moneybusker
(French) lively dance from Provence where men and women hold hands (accompanied by pipe and tabor), music for farandole dance, Provençal dancefarandole
(French) school of fine arts (i.e. music conservatory)conservatoire
(from French) tea dance, type of social event of drinking tea and dancing held in late afternoondansant
(from Spanish) male house servant; waiter; porter; assistantmozo
(Greek Mythology) princess bride of the god Eros; name of a Canadian Gothic music band, beloved of CupidPsyche
(Greek Mythology) sun god and patron of music and poetry, son of Zeus and Leto, brother of Artemis (commonly known as Apollo)Apollon
(Informal) amazing, excellent, great; stylish, fashionable, act of swelling, distention; swollen part, protuberance; gradual increase; surge of feeling or emotion; long unbroken wave; elevation of land, slope; crescendo followed by a diminuendo (Music)...swell
(Music) combination of harmonizing notes; (Geometry) line between two points on a curve; (Airplanes) imaginary straight line between the leading edge and the rear edge of a wing or propeller blade, airfoil measure, cord, horizontal connecting part, lin...chord
(Music) early type of modern jazz music that began in the 1940s (characterized by emphasized improvisation, quick melodies, and a wide range of chords), a spell of dancing, bebop, blow delivered, dance, go casually, hit, blow (Slang), strike a blow, hi...bop
(Music) early type of modern jazz music that began in the 1940s (characterized by emphasized improvisation, quick melodies, and a wide range of chords), fast complex jazzbebop
(Music) low alto, voice range between soprano and tenor; singer with a contralto voice, low speaking voice, lowest female vocal range, part for contralto, somebody with contralto singing voicecontralto
(Music) lowest female voice, contralto; highest male voice, countertenor; singer with an alto voice; piece of music written for an alto voice, alto singer, highest man quote s voice, instrument between soprano and tenoralto
(Music) melody; melody for a single voice, opera songaria
(Music) musical instrument that is below bass; double-bass (musical instrument from the violin family), contrabassist, double bass, having a tone that is below bass (Music), instrument pitched lowest of its family, pitched an octave belowcontrabass
(Music) of or pertaining to a falsetto; pertaining to an unnaturally high-pitched voice (esp. in a man); pertaining to one who sings with an unnaturally high-pitched voice (esp. of a man), falsetto singer, falsetto voice, high singing method, high-pitc...falsetto
(Music) of or pertaining to a metronome (device which keeps rhythm by making regulated clicks)metronomic
(Music) pause; act of holding a note longer than indicated, time extension in musicfermata
(Music) pertaining to counterpoint (combining of two different melodies), displaying counterpointcontrapuntal
(Music) played by plucking with the fingers; note or musical passage played by the fingers, by plucking strings, pizzicato piece of musicpizzicato
(Music) smooth-flowing vocal or instrumental passage, melodious musical linecantilena
(Music) square shaped stringed instrumentzithern
(Music) type of song that was used in the period from the 16th to the early 18th-centuries which is like a madrigal (also canzona), medieval love poemcanzone
(Music) type of song that was used in the period from the 16th to the early 18th-centuries which is like a madrigal (also canzone), instrumental piece, songlike madrigalcanzona
(Music) unaccented beat that precedes an accented downbeat; upward movement of the hand made by a musical conductor to indicate an unaccented beat, gesture of baton, improvement, optimistic, cheerfulupbeat
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