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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    All girl Tarantella band with one playing a lyre. I thought the accordionist was my husband's cousin for a second. She's a singer and performer, but a guitar, not an accordion. :)

    Tarantella:
    ​Calabrese VS Pugliese :)
    in honor of:
    Hellenic Roman / Calabria (670 AD) - CL25




    Serenata alla Calabria



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    The Traditional Italian Festivity of Belo Horizonte takes place in June of each year and is considered the largest street party held outside of Italy in the world, the event is a reference to the commemorations of the Day of the Italian Republic.


    Traditional in Belo Horizonte, the annual festival, sponsored by the Italian-Brazilian Culture Association of MG (Acibra-MG), with the support of the Italian Chamber of Commerce of MG, the Italian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, and other local institutions, , music, dance and gastronomy in one place, aiming to keep the Italian culture and traditions alive and seeking the cultural integration between miners (those born in the State of Minas Gerais), Italians and their descendants.


    In 2017 the party had the participation of 50,000 people.

    The party starts at 11:00 AM and ends at 8:00 PM. The main streets and avenues of the center-south of the city are closed for the celebrations. Last year the party happened on the 1st of July.


    To follow, one of the moments of the party: The presentation of local groups dancing to tarantella.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    The Traditional Italian Festivity of Belo Horizonte takes place in June of each year and is considered the largest street party held outside of Italy in the world, the event is a reference to the commemorations of the Day of the Italian Republic.


    Traditional in Belo Horizonte, the annual festival, sponsored by the Italian-Brazilian Culture Association of MG (Acibra-MG), with the support of the Italian Chamber of Commerce of MG, the Italian Consulate in Belo Horizonte, and other local institutions, , music, dance and gastronomy in one place, aiming to keep the Italian culture and traditions alive and seeking the cultural integration between miners (those born in the State of Minas Gerais), Italians and their descendants.


    In 2017 the party had the participation of 50,000 people.

    The party starts at 11:00 AM and ends at 8:00 PM. The main streets and avenues of the center-south of the city are closed for the celebrations. Last year the party happened on the 1st of July.


    To follow, one of the moments of the party: The presentation of local groups dancing to tarantella.

    How very nice, Duarte, and it's particularly nice that they included dances from all over Italy, including all the versions of the quadriglia. My favorite northern Italian dance is the Furlana or "Friulana", which was adopted all over Europe, even in places like Corfu. So beautiful. It reminds of of the Austrian Laendler.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7H4Ri9_JqY

    They did it better in "The Sound of Music", though, one of my favorite films ever still.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post

    Tarantella:
    ​Calabrese VS Pugliese :)
    in honor of:
    Hellenic Roman / Calabria (670 AD) - CL25




    Serenata alla Calabria

    Calabrian singer Adela La Face singing a very nice song: Malandrinu ( a villain, but in this case not a criminal, but a sexual villain, a "player", as she said.)


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    Sicilian song
    https://youtu.be/g-n5X-08Q_Y

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    Hope you don't mind: the lyrics


    So beautiful and so very tragic.

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    Albano e Romina + Michele Placido - Pizzicati
    in Leccese (Puglia)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Albano e Romina + Michele Placido - Pizzicati
    in Leccese (Puglia)

    Placido was so excellent in La Piovra. Last year I rewatched the whole series. It still stands up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Placido was so excellent in La Piovra. Last year I rewatched the whole series. It still stands up.

    ... fuci Mamma fuci Tata ...
    (Fuci = Run)
    Bitten ..., Michele Placido ... :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post

    ... fuci Mamma fuci Tata ...
    (Fuci = Run)
    Bitten ..., Michele Placido ... :)

    Oh dear. Michele, keep your shirt on and your dignity intact. :) When old men act this way there's too much cringe factor to bear. Probably drunk. That's why I hate alcohol.

    I know: I sound like such a stiff. :) Can't help it. That's just how I am. Not as bad as my mother, though. Even I thought she was too much. On special dinners out, my Dad would have a vodka martini before dinner and then wine with the meal. If he ordered a second bottle the "death stare" came out. Add after dinner liqueurs? He knew he was in the doghouse for a good long while. :)

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    It's not his fault, It happens to everybody, even to Madonna. lol

    They become Enchanted by the Spell of the The Taranta's musical Rite.

    They lose their inhibitions, and for a moment they feel completely free to be themselves (unfiltered).

    Anyone who listens to this music, and doesn’t move at least one foot is not a human being. imho :)


    Madonna ... bitten ...:


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    I guess some Magic is real.

    Those who don't know that they’re actually listening to Ancient Healing Spells transmuted into music, sometimes are caught by surprise by their own behavior.

    They feel liberated at the moment, but occasionally they regret it the day after.

    If you ask me, the next day they look 10 years younger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    It's not his fault, It happens to everybody, even to Madonna. lol

    They become Enchanted by the Spell of the The Taranta's musical Rite.

    They lose their inhibitions, and for a moment they feel completely free to be themselves (unfiltered).

    Anyone who listens to this music, and doesn’t move at least one foot is not a human being. imho :)


    Madonna ... bitten ...:

    I love the pizzica, even dance it if I'm asked, but I'd die before getting that drunk or high on drugs, stumbling around the piazza about to fall down, and then going to sit on the lap of a man young enough that I could have given birth to him. Yuck!

    I ought to admit that it would be difficult for me to say something nice about Madonna. :) I think she's disgusting.

    We're all different, though, and it's a good thing. This is as "uninhibited" as I'd get in public. :)


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    Mannaggia Lu Scirocco - Briganti di Terra d’Otranto



    Salento is in Terra d'Otranto and Terra d’Otranto is in Salento

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Mannaggia Lu Scirocco - Briganti di Terra d’Otranto



    Salento is in Terra d'Otranto and Terra d’Otranto is in Salento
    Why does that song remind me of Irish music and dance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    Why does that song remind me of Irish music and dance?
    Remains of medieval traditions mostly. It's much more pronounced in the north:



    My friends think it looks like part Irish jig, and part American clog dancing and square dancing.

    It does. All descend from medieval dances.

    The Tuscan Trescone:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oI77Zcff8M

    I'm sure you know what Irish and Scottish jigs look like, but you might not be familiar with clog dancing. Much better but a dead ringer for the trescone.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cs2j8f7H2WY


    Square dancing:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHqS1bOOLVc


    My American friends from the south and west are amazed at how good I am at these. :)

    This traditional Tuscan dance is more like the Austrian Landler
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5VBKsfDJ9U

    Landler:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsBHc-I4ylw

    Even without dance, some of our Ligurian inspired "modern" folk music has what foreigners "hear" as an "Irish" sound. The great Fabrizio De Andre:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0br1...&index=16&t=0s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Remains of medieval traditions mostly. It's much more pronounced in the north:



    My friends think it looks like part Irish jig, and part American clog dancing and square dancing.

    It does. All descend from medieval dances.

    The Tuscan Trescone:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oI77Zcff8M

    I'm sure you know what Irish and Scottish jigs look like, but you might not be familiar with clog dancing. Much better but a dead ringer for the trescone.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cs2j8f7H2WY


    Square dancing:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHqS1bOOLVc


    My American friends from the south and west are amazed at how good I am at these. :)

    This traditional Tuscan dance is more like the Austrian Landler
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5VBKsfDJ9U

    Landler:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsBHc-I4ylw

    Even without dance, some of our Ligurian inspired "modern" folk music has what foreigners "hear" as an "Irish" sound. The great Fabrizio De Andre:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0br1...&index=16&t=0s
    Celtic influence on northern Italy perhaps. I am sure there is some in Northern Greece/Thrace.

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    Pizzica in Vikingia :)
    Urkult Festival in Sweden



    ‘cause of the Pugliese Viking, LOL

    post #7
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/38912-Viking-world-population-genomics?p=581938&viewfull=1#post581938

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Pizzica in Vikingia :)
    Urkult Festival in Sweden




    ‘cause of the Pugliese Viking, LOL

    post #7
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/38912-Viking-world-population-genomics?p=581938&viewfull=1#post581938
    That looks like fun. I could see myself getting up and dancing to that :).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    That looks like fun. I could see myself getting up and dancing to that :).
    That song is called Pizzica Indiavolata (Devilish).

    ... played in Budapest by Canzoniere Grecanico-Salentino:



    I dare anybody to Top that :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    That song is called Pizzica Indiavolata (Devilish).

    ... played in Budapest by Canzoniere Grecanico-Salentino:



    I dare anybody to Top that :)
    I see your performance and raise you this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJbzez0uJIM

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    I Da your performance and raise you this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJbzez0uJIM
    I double down - Ace of Spades - Salento Sword Dance
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    https://youtu.be/D0bcreShlAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Pizzica in Vikingia :)
    Urkult Festival in Sweden



    ‘cause of the Pugliese Viking, LOL

    post #7
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    She's always such a good dancer, and the violinist was excellent too. CGS is a wonderful group: that poor man's hand must have calluses an inch thick, and both the violinist and accordionist are great. I was quite touched at what a hit they were with audiences from such different cultures.

    @big snake,
    I liked your selection too.


    Thank you, gentlemen. After a horrifically difficult day you put a big smile on my face. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    She's always such a good dancer, and the violinist was excellent too. CGS is a wonderful group: that poor man's hand must have calluses an inch thick, and both the violinist and accordionist are great. I was quite touched at what a hit they were with audiences from such different cultures.

    @big snake,
    I liked your selection too.


    Thank you, gentlemen. After a horrifically difficult day you put a big smile on my face. :)
    It'll be fine :)

    Serena D’Amato (the dancer) and Monica Bellucci:
    (from the movie “Non ti voltare”)



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