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Sanza is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of southern Italy.
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Oral Literature in Africa (2012)
by Ruth Finnegan
The Zande term sanza means both proverb and spite (or jealousy) and, in addition, refers to the whole range of circumlocutory expression in which there is a hidden as well as a manifest meaning, usually malicious. The Azande have many ...
Burkina Faso (2012)
by Katrina Manson, James Knight
The sanza is a small, round wooden board containing raised strips of metal flicked with a downward motion of the fingers. Wind Adapted from cattle or antelope horns, baorgo are resonant horns, often beautifully painted and decorated, ...
by Jacqueline Cassandra Woodfork
There are also tuned idiophones: the sanza and the xylophone. The sanza is a hand-piano made from ...
Subject Headings Used in the Dictionary Catalogs of the Library of Congress [from 1897 Through June 1964] (1966)
by Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division
t sa Discotheques Musical criticism t sa Music critics Musical form t sa Opera, Juvenile Musical instruments, Electronic t sa Clavioline Musical instruments, Primitive t sa Sanza Musical instruments, African t sa Sanza Musical instruments, ...
Dante Encyclopedia (2010)
by Richard Lansing
Whenit refuses to submit to the authority ofthe Roman emperor,it is didolore ostello,/nave sanza nocchiere ...
Acta of the International Dante Symposium, 1316 Nov. 1983, Hunter College, New York by Giuseppe C. Di Scipio, Aldo Scaglione
E questo officio per eccellenza Imperio e chiamato, sanza nulla addizione, pero che esso e di tutti li altri comandamenti comandamento. (iv, 6) The Empire is necessary for the perfection of the universal human society which can be achieved ...
by Molefi Kete Asante, Ama Mazama
Kalala Ilunga, Mbidi's son, and, after him, Ngoy'a Sanza are recorded as the paradigmatic sage kings, whereas others are denounced as monstrous tyrants. In the investiture speech, the young emperor had to learn from the noble Twite that ...
An International Reference Work in 5 Volumes by Stanley Hochman, McGraw-Hill, inc
and Nagoya Sanza (Ukiyosuka Hiyoku no In- azuma, 1823). Namboku's plays are written in down to earth language, using only the poetic stanza of alternating ...
Harvard Dictionary of Music (1969)
by Willi Apel
Indigenous to Africa is the sanza (Central Africa, Mozambique, etc.), mbira (Southeast Africa), kembe ...
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
sanza. Similarly hqnd". K" has fem. sing. co, masc. plur. k", fem. plur. ce; n”, fem. sing. ii, masc. plur. no, fem. plur. jić. Similarly for the dative we have the following forms: mális kit" pāń", ...
by Paget Jackson Toynbee
insegne e bandiere del re di Francia, gridando: muoia papa Bonifazio, et viva il re di Francia; e corsono la terra sanza contesto niuno, anzi quasi tutto l'ingrato popolo d'Anagna seguì le bandiere e la rubellazione ; e giunti al palazzo papale, ...
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