Synonyms for maxixe or Related words with maxixe


Examples of "maxixe"
Maxixe is named after an African chief. There are shops, petrol stations and restaurants. Throughout the day dhows and ferries make their way between Maxixe and Inhambane.
Troy Kinney (1914) wrote the following about the Maxixe:
Gaúcho or Corta Jaca is the Brazilian tango (maxixe) composed by Chiquinha Gonzaga, her most recorded song. It was a song from the burlesque operetta "Zizinha Maxixe" first staged in 1895.
Maxixe serves as a convenient stop for transportation heading North or South along the EN1.
The pale blue color of aquamarine is attributed to Fe. Fe ions produce golden-yellow color, and when both Fe and Fe are present, the color is a darker blue as in maxixe. Decoloration of maxixe by light or heat thus may be due to the charge transfer between Fe and Fe. Dark-blue maxixe color can be produced in green, pink or yellow beryl by irradiating it with high-energy particles (gamma rays, neutrons or even X-rays).
The true forbidden dance of the early 1920s in Brazil is the Maxixe, because of its spicy lyrics and movements.
The maxixe was one of the dances that contributed to samba dance styles (such as samba de gafieira) and lambada.
Lambada has many links with Maxixe and also with Forro. They have many figures in common. For example:
Like the tango, the maxixe travelled to Europe and the United States in the early years of the 20th century.
The native folk music of Mozambique has been highly influenced by Portuguese forms. The most popular style of modern dance music is marrabenta. Mozambican music also influenced another Lusophone music in Brazil, like maxixe (its name derived from Maxixe in Mozambique), and Cuban music like Mozambique.
Some would say that Mozambique's music is similar to reggae and West Indian calypso. Other music types are popular in Mozambique like marrabenta, and other Lusophone music forms like fado, bossa nova, and maxixe (with origins from kizomba, Maxixe, and samba).
Meanwhile, other recordings have been done as samba before "Pelo Telefone", as this composition was done by double Donga / Mauro de Almeida, who is regarded as a founder of the genre. Still, the song is written and discussed, and its proximity to the maxixe made it finally be designated samba-maxixe. This section was influenced by maxixe dance and basically played the piano—unlike the Rio samba played in the Morros hills—and the composer has musician Sinhô, self-titled "o rei do samba" ("the king of Samba") which with other pioneers such as Heitor dos Prazeres and Caninha, lay the first foundations of the musical genre.
Samba is a lively, rhythmical dance of Afro-Brazilian origin in 2/4 time danced to Samba music whose origins include the Maxixe.
Motor and dhow taxis sail from the town to Maxixe. The town of Inhambane has one of the largest working fleets of dhows on the Swahili Coast.
Maxixe (pronounced 'ma-sheesh') is the largest city and economic capital of the province of Inhambane, Mozambique. It is situated on the Indian Ocean at 23°52′S 35°23′E just south of the Tropic of Capricorn, in a bay opposite historic Inhambane City which can be reached by local ferries. Although Maxixe is the province's principal city, Inhambane City is the seat of the provincial government.
The syncopations characteristic of the middle part of "Chôros No. 7" are common to the habanera, Brazilian tangos, maxixe, and the polkas ("polquinhas") of one of the originators of the choro genre, the flautist Joaquim Antônio da Silva Calado .
Lambada () is a dance from Pará, Brazil, of African origin. The dance became internationally popular in the 1980s, especially in Latin America and Caribbean countries. It has adopted aspects of dances such as forró, salsa, merengue, maxixe and the carimbó.
The association of Lambada and the idea of 'dirty dancing' became quite extensive. The appellative "forbidden dance" was and is often ascribed to the Lambada. This was largely due to its links to Maxixe.
The original tango or maxixe rhythm is usually disgarded in favor of 4/4 time, but can still be detected in some versions, such as the early recording by Johnny DeDroit's Band.
Rosário was born in Maxixe on 26 October 1954. He studied economy at the Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo. He then went to the United Kingdom to study Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development Economy at Wye College, obtaining an Msc.