Definition of Furlana
1. forlana [n -S] - See also: forlana
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Furlana Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Furlana
furlana (current term)
Literary usage of Furlana
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"E have read in the newspapers how the furlana, the old dance of Venetian gondoliers, is approved by His Holiness at Rome, who condemns the tango; ..."
2. The Victor Book of the Opera by Henry William Simon (1915)
"OO The act closes with a famous dance, the furlana, ... furlana (Finale, Act I) By Italian Orchestra ..."
3. The Victor Book of the Opera: Stories of One Hundred Operas with Five by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1913)
"OO The act closes with a famous dance, the furlana, played here by the famous Orchestra Sinfonica of La Scala. furlana (Finale, Act I) By Italian Orchestra ..."
4. The Cartulary of the Monastery of St. Frideswide at Oxford by Spencer Robert Wigram (1895)
"[&c.]. Et ego . . . [warranty]. In cuius rei testimonium, &c. 674. A. p. 495, b. [Thomas, son of John the marshal, to John of furlana. ..."
5. The Victrola Book of the Opera: Stories of One Hundred and Twenty Operas by Samuel Holland Rous, Victor Talking Machine Company (1917)
"(Oh, Mighty Monument) By Titta Ruffo, Baritone (In Italian) 88396 12-inch, »3.OO The act closes with a famous dance, the furlana. ..."