Where is neapolitan spoken?
Napoli (Naples), it's not a language, but there is an obvious Napolitano dialect of Italian.
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Answer . Traditionally, the founding of Neopolitan Opera is attributed to Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725), and he certainly was one of its most important figures. However that is somewhat of an oversimplification. See Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians for information.
This phrase most often refers to the Neapolitan 6th chord (also written as N6), although the term is derived from its main use in the Neapolitan School. This is a major triad in first inversion (or 6-3), whose root is a flatted supertonic. What this means is that the second note in the scale is lowe…red by a half step, and a major chord is built off of it. Then the chord is inverted, so that the root of the chord is now the highest pitch. For example, in C major, the Neapolitan is based on the second degree/note (D) lowered a half step (Db), with the major chord built off of it. In this case, the major chord is that of a Db chord (Db, F, Ab). When inverted, the Db is now the highest pitch, so the chord is now spelled F - Ab - Db. That's the Neapolitan 6th Chord. The reason it is called a "6th" chord is because the interval between the F and the Db is a minor sixth. One other main way to see the chord is as a N67, which is a Neapolitan 6th with a seventh. In the case of the Db major chord above, the full spelling would be Db, F, Ab, Cb, and then inverted would be F, Ab, Cb, Db. (MORE)
Neapolitan ice cream was named in the late 19th century as a reflection of its presumed origins in the cuisine of the Italian city of Naples , and the many Neapolitan immigrants who brought their expertise in frozen desserts with them to the United States .
Neapolitan Mastiff drools, is lazy and shows, Boerboel doesn't drool, works, and is very aggressive.
Napoletana in the feminine and napoletano in themasculine are Italian equivalents of the English word "Neapolitan."The respective pronunciations in Italian will be "na-PO-ley-TA-na"in the feminine and "na-PO-ley-TA-no" in the masculine.
The strongest dog breed in the USA is somewhat subjective but thenumber one strongest dog on most websites is the mastiff. Second tothe mastiff is the Great Dane with Rottweiler's and Irish WolfHounds also making the list.
Dutch is an official language of the following 6 countries: . the Netherlands . Belgium . Suriname . Aruba . CuraÃ§ao . Saint Maarten In South Africa, Afrikaans is spoken, which Is largely understoodby speakers of European Dutch. In northern Germany very similar languages are spok…en, for exampleEast Frisian, Mecklenburggish and Pomeranian Platt. Westphalian isalso similar, as is North Frisian. The dialect of Hamburg isparticularly similar to Dutch. Dutch is the official language of the Netherlands, Aruba, CuraÃ§ao,Sint Maarten and Suriname (sometimes called Surinam Dutch). In certain areas of Belgium, Flemish is spoken (which is sometimescalled Belgian Dutch). Dutch is also spoken in (mainly because of large groups of Dutchimmigrants or for economic reasons): - USA - Australia - Germany (don't confuse Dutch with the German language, in Germanknown as 'Deutsch'). - France - French-Guiana - Canada - New-Zealand - Indonesia - South-Africa (don't confuse Dutch with the language 'Afrikaans'). In Netherlands, Suriname, Belgium. Dutch is spoken as a native language in: Netherlands, Belgium (Flanders and Burssels), Suriname, Aruba, Netherlands Antilles, French Flanders (France), Lower Rhine (Germany) There are notable immigrant minorities who speak Dutch in: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, United States Afrikaans, spoken in South Afrika and Namibia is listed as a separate language. Suriname and the former Netherlands Antilles islands (the latter are still part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands). Suriname gained full independence in 1975. In South Africa, Afrikaans is very similar to Dutch, although not entirely identical. There are a few countries which speak the Dutch language. Theyinclude Aruba, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Suriname. There arealso locations in the Caribbean that speak this language. Officially: Kingdom of The Netherlands: . The Netherlands . Aruba . CuraÃ§ao . Sint Maarten Belgium: . Brussels . Flanders Suriname Furthermore people speak it in: Parts of Wallonia Germany, Lower Rhine Region (as a dialect) France, French Flanders (as a dialect) Indonesia South-Africa And immigrants speak it in other parts of the world: . Australia . Canada . French Guiana . New Zealand . USA If you mean in what countries...eh...lemme see...the netherlands, Belgium, Surinam, south Africa (African dutch) and, i think that's pretty much it. Hope this helps ;) People from Holland (Netherlands) speak Dutch Parts of South Africa, Suriname, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao and ofcourse The Netherlands. The Netherlands, Belgium, Flanders, Indonesia (amongst olderpeople), some communities in South Africa who refuse to recogniseAfrikaans, the Congo and Suriname. In northern Germany very similarlanguages are spoken, for example East Frisian, Mecklenburggish andPomeranian Platt. Westphalian is also similar, as is North Frisian.The dialect of Hamburg is particularly similar to Dutch. Dutch is spoken in Aruba, Curacao and in St. Maarten (MORE)
Spain and France: Basque is spoken by the Basque people that inhabit the Basque Country, which is a region that covers northeastern Spain and southwestern France.
Norse is a North Germanic language that was spoken by the people ofScandinavia during the Viking Age. The old Nordic countries wereDenmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland,
We have an eleven month old Neo. She is very territorial and aggressive towards strangers and other dogs. She is a baby to her family, very loyal. But, I worry when my kids bring their friends over. My UPS man hates us!!!
Oh brother. No dog breed has "lockjaw," its a myth made up by some uneducated dog fighting junkies.
"Neapolitan" is a word pertaining to Naples, Italy. There's not really a separate school of opera called Neapolitan. Nicola Porpora (17 August 1686 - 3 March 1768) was an opera composer born in Naples. There is a strong tradition of song from Naples. Neapolitan songs have formed a large part of th…e recital repertoire of many, usually male, singers from Italy and other countries. Generally these are in a very romantic style, serenades and lover's complaints. Notable composers of this body of song are Luigi Denza, Ernesto di Curtis, Eduardo di Capua, and Francesco Paolo Tosti. Some of the more famous titles are Funiculi, Funicula ; Torna a Surriento ; O Sole Mio ; A Vucchella ; and Santa Lucia . There are some very representive discs by Luciano Pavarotti. (MORE)
You can buy it from itunes or bandit FM to download onto ur iPod or im sure jb hifi would have it or u could give sanity a try too. hope ive helped!!!
you are out of luck.. berella does not make that shade anymore. you can check their site www.bernat.com i would try eBay. I've been able to pick up discontinued yarns there. i also believe you can put up a query there to see if anyone has it..
I am in the middle of purchasing a Neo. They can range anywherefrom $1200 to over $2000 depending on the parents. It also dependson the style. There is typey which have more wrinkle and they tendto cost more. There is also athletic which are generally around thesame size just does not have as much s…kin hanging and wrinkles.These tend to be a little less expensive with some breeders. (MORE)
I like Pit bulls better, but they tend to fight alot. Really, i would choose the mastiff, but you have to realize this is a big breed.
Picture a pug. Now increase the size of the pug x 15. Now color him/her black. Now give him/her enormous wrinkles. Now picture him/her in Spike's dog house from "Tom & Jerry".
No, the french dictator's name was Napoleon Boneparte, na-po-le-on, while the ice cream is more like neo-pol-it-an.
Pizza from the city of Naples. Authentic Neapolitan pizzas are typically made from tomatoes and mozzarella cheese
No , the Neapolitan Riviera is not a town or a city. Specifically, it is that part in and around the southern Italian city of Naples that is on the coast. The English word "Neapolitan" means "pertaining or related to Naples." The word " riviera " is an Italian feminine noun that originally referr…ed to that part of coastal Italy bordering the Ligurian Sea. Nowadays, the term is used to refer to any part of Italy that is along the coast. (MORE)
Most breeders recomend not to breed another breed with a pitbull terrier. The reason is that the pitbulls have a stable temperament a breeding with another breed will ruin that.
Answer: Lithuania.... Lithuanians are the primary speakers of Lithuanian. However, people around the world learn the Lithuanian language out of interest, love of their heritage (if they are Lithuanian), or wish to one day travel/move to Lithuania.
NonnÃ is an Italian equivalent of the English word "grandmother." The feminine singular noun also translates as "grandma" in English. The pronunciation will be "non-NA" in Neapolitan Italian.
Tamil is an official language of: Sri Lanka Singapore India Tamil is also spoken by significant minorities in Malaysia and Mauritius as well as emigrant communities around theworld Tamil is spoken mostly in Tamil Nadu in India and in north andeastern Sri Lanka, there is also a large commun…ity of Tamil peoplein Singapore and Malaysia. Tamils have migrated to many countries,below are the statistics of how many Tamils there are in eachcountry: . India 60,793,814 . Sri Lanka 3,092,676 . Malaysia 1,892,000 . South Africa 250,000 . Singapore 200,000 . Burma 200,000 . United Kingdom 150,000 . Canada138,675 . United States 132,573 . Mauritius 115,000 . Fiji 110,000 . France 100,000 . Germany 50,000 . Indonesia 40,000 . Switzerland 40,000 . Australia 30,000 . Italy 25,000 . Netherlands 20,000 . Norway 10,000 . Thailand 10,000 . United Arab Emirates 10,000 . Denmark 7,000 . Bahrain 7,000 (MORE)
It was named in the late 19th century because of it's believed origins in Naples, Italy.
When you look at the rule or law, you can say the pup would be illegal.
The term 'Neapolitan' means of, from, or relating to Naples, and can refer to people or cultural characteristics identified with that part of Italy. 'Neopolitan' means, more specifically, a person from Naples. The term 'crostini' means 'little crusts' in Italian, and refers to toasted bread, especi…ally when served with a savory topping, or to crusty bread or breadsticks. 'Neapolitan crostini' would probably be some kind of savory, an entree or canape. A typical example would be slices of firm, crusty bread, toasted or fried and topped with tomatoes, cheese and olive oil. Possibly the best known Neapolitan food served worldwide is Neapolitan ice cream: slabs of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream pressed together, forming a three-color combination. This triple combination of colors is used to make cakes and other foods, frequently also called Neapolitan. Food termed 'Neapolitan crostini' would not be referring to this color-combination. (MORE)
Neapolitan Delight Cake Ingredients: . 27 ladyfingers, split . 3 packages (3 oz. each) cream cheese, softened and divided . 2/3 cup HERSHEY'S Syrup or HERSHEY'S SPECIAL DARK Syrup . 1/3 cup plus 1/4 cup water, divided . 5-1/4 cups light frozen whipped topping, thawed and divided . 1/3 cu…p HERSHEY'S Strawberry Syrup . Whipped topping(optional) . Sliced strawberries(optional) Directions: 1. Line 9-inch springform pan with foil; place ladyfingers, cut sides in, to fit on bottom and around sides of prepared pan. 2. Beat half of cream cheese in small bowl until fluffy; gradually blend in chocolate syrup and 1/3 cup water until smooth. Fold in 2-1/2 cups topping until blended; spread evenly over ladyfingers. Cut rounded ends off remaining ladyfingers; place to fit over top of chocolate layer. 3. Beat remaining half of cream cheese in small bowl until fluffy; gradually blend in strawberry syrup and remaining 1/4 cup water. Fold in remaining 2-3/4 cups topping until blended; spread evenly over ladyfingers. Cover; freeze 6 hours or until firm. 4. Remove foil; garnish with whipped topping and sliced strawberries, if desired. Serve frozen, cut into slices. 12 to 16 servings. Total Calories: 190 (MORE)
Beijing is the location where Pekingese is spoken. The city in question serves as China's national capital. Its urban dialect therefore sounds very close to Standard Chinese.
Speak with confidence and poise. Know what you are talking about. Grab people's attention. Look at the audience by eye contact. Speak clearly and fluently.
The word spoken is spoken every time it is spoken. However, silence is *broken* each time is it spoken.
First, to WHOEVER said that their Neapolitan Mastiff weighted 35 pounds is doing something terribly wrong!! Mines at 115 lbs give or take depends if he is on an empty stomach or not. He's not the largest one but he is a still in the large section of the breed.
Quechua was language the Incas spoke. The places that still usethat language are: . Peru . Chile . Colombia . Ecuador
The Neapolitan Mastiff was bred for use in war and in bloody Roman arena spectacles. Today this powerful breed has a well-deserved reputation as a formidable guard dog. Neos have been used by the Italian police and army and by that country's farmers, business establishment, and estate owners to prot…ect people and property. (MORE)
The life span of a Neapolitan Mastiff is 8 - 10 years. Larger Neapolitan Mastiffs tend to have a shorter life span than smaller ones.
"Frankie" and "stuttering" are English equivalents of the Neapolitan and southern Italian name/word CiaciÃ² / ciaciÃ² . The masculine singular noun serves as a diminutive to Francesco ("Francis") or as an observation on a pronunciation challenge (particularly with the letter "s"). Regardless …of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "tcha-TCHO" in Italian. (MORE)
A Goa. C'est un Ã©tat au sud de Bombay qui a Ã©tÃ© colonisÃ© par les portugais il y a longtemps.
Well the ans is yes. how do i know coz by cousin has one. The dogis xtremely tempremental and very powerful and protective. Has abodily structure of a german with out the hair. Is very muscularand has very sharp canines.
I'm assuming you mean: Is "have spoken" grammatically correct? When used first person singular, it is. I have spoken.
No, I'm pretty sure it's not because adverbs are words like friendly and quickly. They usually end in ly.
The Algonquin or Algonkin language is confined to the small Algonquin tribe along the Ottawa River valley on the border between Ontario and Quebec. The similar word Algonqui a n refers to a very large family of distantly-related languages spoken across much of North America, but mainly by tribes …in the north, around the Great Lakes and east. Some tribes speaking Algonqui a n languages are: . Cree . Montagnais . Cheyenne . Arapaho . Blackfoot, Pikuni and Blood . Atsina . Ojibwe and Chippewa . Ottawa . Potawatomi . Menomini . Illinois . Mi'kmaq . Maliseet . Abenaki . Penobscot . Tetes de Boule . Abitibi . Algonquin . Sauk . Fox . Miami . Delaware . Mahican . Wampanoag . Narragansett . Pequot . Powhatan . Shawnee There are very many more. (MORE)
No, the word spoken is not a noun. The word 'spoken' is a pastparticiple, past tense the verb to speak. The pastparticiple of the verb also functions as an adjective (the spoken word). . The noun forms of the verb to speak are speaker and the gerund,speaking. . A related noun form is speech.
White, pink, and brown make up that ice cream. These are the colors of the flavors vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate. Note: Spumoni is another cool combination, of green, pink, and white. You should try it. These colors represent the flavors pistachio, cherry, and vanilla.
Largely considered to have descended from dogs used by the Roman military, Neapolitan Mastiffs originate from Italy. After World War II, Piero Scanziani began breeding the local Italian mastiff-type dogs, giving rise to the formal dog breed known today.
Yes. (More variants and substitutions of the N chord like n[Neapolitan minor chord], N-parallel etc. were also common in XIXthcentury music.) Although it does not occur in the Classical period, the Neapolitanmajor 7th chord (and its inversions) was widely used during theRomantic era. Two examples a…re Berlioz: Requiem/Kyrie (the 7th canstill be regarded as a pedal point) and Hugo Wolf: Der verzweifelteLiebhaber (the chord can be considered as independent). In jazz, cadences like Dbmaj7-G7-C also occur fairly frequently. Inthis case, the Nmaj7 chord retains its subdominant function. The Neapolitan chord with a minor 7th is enharmonic to aleading-tone German sixth chord which loses its (secondary)subdominant function and, in C major, Db7(more precisely, itsenharmonic counterpart)-C becomes a new dominant-tonic relationship(see Tritone substitution). Thereby, augmented sixth chords whichare transposed up by a 4th and get resolved to the tonic are alsocalled Neapolitan dominant chords (even if the augmented 6th is nota real 7th). Moreover, the presence of a _real_ Neapolitan dominant 7th chord(in which the 7th must be resolved downwards) involves flatteningthe tonic itself (the 7th will be Cb in C major/minor), greatlyweakening the frames of tonality. Therefore, at least in classicalmusic, such chords are mostly used for modulation (e.g. in the 3rdmvt. of Beethoven's Violin concert, where it occurs in its 3rdinversion), so, in this case, they also lose their originalfunction. Therefore, most occurrences of Ndom7 should either be regarded asdominants (in cadences like Db7 C7 in jazz and popular music) andnot subdominants, or its inversions should be "flipped"enharmonically if you do not want to get out of key. However, in popular music, there are also quite a few cadences usedfor modulation which can be interpreted by assuming that theyinclude something like a Ndom7 (or even a n7 minor 7th chord).Example: C A79b D-7 Gb/Ab Db leads from C major to Db major. Inthis case, D-7 is the n7 in Db. (MORE)
Amore is a Neapolitan Italian equivalent of the English word "love." The masculine singular noun may be found spelled with the final vowel missing since Neapolitans cut syllables and speak fast. The pronunciation will be "uh-moor" in Neapolitan Italian.
The cast of Neapolitan - 2014 includes: Mason Azbill as Bryce Jacqueline Baker as Social worker, homeless person Rachel Boekhaus as Micki Jeremy Duckworth as officer Jones Mark Landon Smith as Mr. Sarnoff Curtis Longfellow as Trey Shawna Pettus as Martha Nancy Pop as Shannon Jules Taylor as Marsha
The cast of Neapolitan Explosion - 2006 includes: Troy Coston Tiffany Coston Becky Hartung as Deb Jessica Higgins Lindsey McKanna Micheal McManus Eddie Rameriz Carla Rhoad Kayla Trusty
35mg per 1/2 cup serving. But it could depend on the brand (this isfrom Great Value brand)
"Grandmother, grandmother" and "lullaby" are respectively literaland situation-specific English translation of the song title Nonna, Nonna from Naples, Italy. There may be some variationin the lyrics depending upon which south Italian version isaccessed. One version which is available on the Intern…et translatesas follows: Mandolin-playing in Sorrento -- Mandulinata a Surriento , mandolin-playing for who gets married -- mandulinata a chisposa , under this silvery moon -- sott'a 'sta luna d'argiento that in this fragrant water -- ca 'e 'st'acqua addurosa , wants to be reflected -- 'nu specchio vÃ² fÃ . Go, discontented heart -- Va', core scuntento! Go find yourself a hideaway in Sorrento -- Va', te trova 'nunido a Surriento , where mandolins put you to sleep -- addÃ² t'addormono 'stimanduline , where the gardens -- addÃ² 'e ciardine give orange-tree flowers for contentment -- danno sciure'arancio p' 'a felicitÃ . This life is also (like) a seaway -- Pure 'sta vita Ã¨ 'numare. An open water is (like) love too -- pure 'nu mare Ã¨ll'ammore : The waves are dark and are light -- Ll'onne sÃ² cupe e sÃ²chiare , But the pains of the heart -- Ma 'e ppene d' 'o core can be forgotten -- Se ponno scurdÃ . Go, discontented heart -- Va', core scuntento! Go find yourself a hideaway in Sorrento -- Va', te trova 'nunido a Surriento , where mandolins put you to sleep -- addÃ² t'addormono 'stimanduline , where the gardens -- addÃ² 'e ciardine give orange-tree blossoms for bliss -- danno sciure 'arancio p''a felicitÃ . And lullaby, Sorrento -- E nonna nonna, Surriento . This mandolin-playing is sweet -- Doce Ã¨ 'sta mandulinata! Under this silvery moon -- Sott'a 'sta luna d'argiento a sleepless couple -- 'na coppia scetata must not stay -- nun ha da restÃ . Go, discontented heart -- Va', core scuntento! Go find yourself a hideaway in Sorrento -- Va', te trova 'nunido a Surriento , where mandolins put you to sleep -- addÃ² t'addormono 'stimanduline , where the gardens -- addÃ² 'e ciardine give orange-tree blossoms for happiness -- danno sciure 'aranciop' 'a felicitÃ . (MORE)