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  1. saltarello. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English. English Wikipedia has an article on: saltarello. Wikipedia. Etymology. Borrowed from Italian saltarello. Noun. saltarello (plural saltarellos) A lively medieval Italian dance with a leaping step.
  2. Various - Musicalia Piezas Anónimas (LP, Comp) Label: Deutsche Grammophon Cat#: Media Condition: Media: Mint (M) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) View Release Page: Seller: woodhall; %, 22 ratings ; Ships From: Czech Republic; € about %(22).
  3. ‘Saltarello’ is every bit as inventive and beautiful as its predecessor, ‘D’amore’ (9/08), rendering time and geographical space irrelevant in its jumping – the word ‘saltarello’ derives from the Italian for ‘to jump’ – from place to place and piece to piece. The repertoire moves with sublime elegance from Irish folk music.
  4. Saltarello: un enchantement soudain vers un univers musical sans frontières. Saltarello: une voix unique, des mélodies envoûtantes, des ambiances chaleureuses, des instruments issus des temps passés, présents et de diverses cultures. Saltarello: un groupe passionné, hors du commun, qui invite les gens à venir partager leurs passions de la musique et de ses origines.
  5. Medieval saltarelli. The principal source for the medieval Italian saltarello is the Tuscan manuscript Add MS , dating from the late 14th or early 15th century and now in the British stonescarkagataursharphammer.xyzinfo musical form of these four early saltarelli is the same as the estampie. However, they are in different metres: two are transcribed in 6 8, one in 3 4, and one in 4.
  6. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Saltarello. Music for a Renaissance Dance, composer is unknown (hopefully traditional). We play it with a Bodhran, a Soprano recorder, and an Alto recorder, which comes in at the repetitions and plays in quints (just like it was a Soprano recorder with these notes).
  7. 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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