Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Why does Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture sound like Dvorak's carnival?
Asked in Classical Music
Is light cavalry overture and William tell overture similar?
Asked in War of 1812
What unusual sound effect is required in a performance of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture?
What device was used as a percussion instrument in the ending of 1812 overture?
Asked in Cruises and Ocean Liners
Do Carnival Victory Cruises have destinations in the Caribbean?
Asked in Video Games, Nintendo Wii, Games
Where are the delivery man keys on New Carnival Games?
Asked in Catholicism, Music Genres
What is carnival music?
There are different genres of 'Carnival music' -any sort of music that is played to accompany a circus and also music written that emulates its general style. It is also called circus music. -A rhythmic sound with brass instruments, and in the Caribbean, steel drums. It originates from the Caribbean and parts of South America, namely Brazil, where the biggest Carnival parades are held. Specific styles are: Calypso, Bachannal, Soca
Asked in English to Portuguese
What is 'Carnival block parties' in Portuguese?
'Blocos de Carnaval' is a Portuguese equivalent of 'Carnival block parties'. The phrase refers to one type of revelry that's organized in conjunction with Brazil's famous yearly Carnival celebrations in Rio de Janeiro. It's pronounced 'BLOH-koozh djee KAHR-nuh-vow'* according to the carioca accent of Rio. *The sound 'ow' sounds similar to the English exclamation 'ow' of pain.
Asked in Carrie Underwood
Where can I find sound tracks for Carrie Underwood music?
Asked in Double Bass
What is the name of the famous piece of music for the double bass from carnival of the animals?
Asked in Rhyming Words
What rhymes with blocker?
Words that rhyme with blocker include: hawker (someone who deals with hawks, also a person who sells goods on the street or back of a vehicle or at a carnival) locker mocker rocker shocker stalker talker walker In the case of the o sound, it sounds similar enough to the a sound in the words given to be a rhyme.
Asked in Portuguese to English
What is the Portuguese 'blocos de carnaval' in English?
'Carnival block parties' is an English equivalent of 'blocos de carnaval'. The phrase refers to some of the revelries that are organized in conjunction with the Brazilian Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. It's pronounced 'BLOH-koozh djee KAHR-nuh-vow'* according to the carioca accent of Rio. *The sound 'ow' is similar to the English exclamation 'ow' for pain.