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  1. Yozshurisar says:
    Definition of habanera in the suhantelumdipabbiderssorewoli.coinfo dictionary. Meaning of habanera. What does habanera mean? Information and translations of habanera in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  2. Mazushakar says:
    Jan 04,  · "The Habanera," arguably Carmen 's most famous aria (alongside the Toreador Song), literally means a "Havanan dance." This musical style originated in Cuba's capital, Havana, in the late 19th century, and it spread throughout the Spanish colonies like wildfire.
  3. Nasar says:
    Sep 07,  · Directed by Pastor Vega. With Daisy Granados, Ely Menz, Marcia Barreto, Adolfo Llauradó. In Havana, a mature psychiatrist seeks help from her best friend when she discovers that her husband is having an affair with one of her patients, a young student from Brazil/10(5).
  4. Murg says:
    May 21,  · Chef Robert Irvine and the crew of Food Network’s Restaurant: Impossible traveled to Houston, Texas to rescue Habanera and the Guero, a restaurant that was on .
  5. Samugrel says:
    Aug 02,  · Habanera definition: a slow Cuban dance in duple time | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  6. Mezshura says:
    The Spanish habanera, the Uruguayan milonga, and elements of African dance all combined with the fusion of European music to emerge as a dance in the port towns of Argentina. The pervasive Spanish influence on the dance is especially typified by the inclusion of a habanera dance along with other movements reminiscent of flamenco.
  7. Yozshugore says:
    Habanera definition is - a Cuban dance in slow duple time.
  8. Mooguran says:
    It is the source of many memorable and widely recognized songs, notably those known by the popular names “Toréador Song” and “Habanera.” Carmen also is the best-known example of opéra-comique, a genre of French opera not necessarily comic but featuring both spoken dialogue and sung portions.
  9. Tahn says:
    The habanera is a genre of Cuban popular dance music of the 19th century, which was brought back to Spain by sailors, where it became popular for a while and was danced by all classes of society. This aria was so called because it was written in the rhythm of the Cuban dance. Georges Bizet was born in Paris on Oct. 25,

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