Definition of Seguidillas
1. seguidilla [n] - See also: seguidilla
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seguidillas
Literary usage of Seguidillas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal by William Beckford (1835)
"Rehearsal of seguidillas.—Evening scene.—Crowds of beggars.—Royal charity misplaced.—Mendicant flattery.— Frightful countenances. ..."
2. The Art of Dancing, Historically Illustrated: To which is Added a Few Hints by Edward Ferrero (1859)
"French Excellence in the Art—The Contre Danse—The Chica—The Fandango—The Progress of the Fandango—The Bolero—The seguidillas Boleras—The seguidillas ..."
3. Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c by Alexander Jardine (1788)
"So8 LETTERS FROM SPAIN* LETTER XXI. Country. seguidillas. Timber. Sheep* Corporations, Nitre. Military Schools. Aranjuez. Madrid, 1779. ..."
4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"seguidillas are divided into three kinds—seguidillas Man- chegas, the original form of the dance, in which it assumes a gay and lively character ..."