In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Collaborations between dance and musical companies broaden audiences and enrich repertoire.
- He accompanied one of the dances, and his repertoire of bagpipe tunes is extensive.
- You can't fossilize a dance repertoire, but you can pickle it in a love that maintains its ongoing existence.
- The tour repertoire, not finalized at press time, is expected to include Giselle and Coppelia.
- It calls, in part, for the addition of a different full-length ballet to the repertoire every other spring.
- But to a dance aficionado, the repertoire presented by the popular troupe is inconsistent.
- I hoped they would conclude that a true musician is one who performs at a high level of musicianship regardless of the repertoire's difficulty.
- Will the classical ballets remain in the repertoire?
- Asked about roles that he would like to dance, he highlighted the MacMillan repertoire.
- His repertoire will include songs by Allen, of course, as well as other hits from the '80s.
- New dance pieces were added to the existing repertoire and soon Kuchipudi gained popularity.
- These works have subsequently become the most widely performed and appreciated in the Boyce repertoire.
- These would simultaneously raise the caliber of its repertoire and extend the range of its dancers beyond the loveliness that, in art, is simply not enough.
- But if one had to choose a single ballet from the classical repertoire as the best example of its kind, it might have to be The Sleeping Beauty.
- During the week, they learn from the Limon repertoire, as well as selections from our current repertoire of other choreographers.
- Tomasson had created the lead role, but the work quickly disappeared from the repertoire because Robbins remained dissatisfied, despite repeated tinkering.
- This highly respected modern troupe danced an art-conscious repertoire in Chicago and during a Midwestern tour.
- It has developed its own repertoire of liturgical dances and works dedicated to community needs.
- Then there are the village folk or the agrarian community have their own repertoire of dances for every occasion.
- As director he is besieged by the conflicting demands of his tours, his home repertoire and his guests.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.