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The furlana (also spelled furlane, forlane, friulana, forlana) is an Italian folk dance from the Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. In Friulian, furlane means Friulian, in this case Friulian Dance. In Friuli there has been a Slav minority since the Slavic settlement of the Eastern Alps (, 56), and the furlana may well have originated as a Slavonic dance. It dates at least to 1583, when a "ballo furlano" called L'arboscello was published in Pierre Phalèse the Younger’s Chorearum molliorum collectanea and in Jakob Paix’s organ tablature book, though its chief popularity extended from the late 1690s to about 1750. It is particularly associated with Venice because, at the time of its popularity, Friuli was a part of the Republic of Venice ().

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  • La forlane (en italien furlana, frioulane) est une danse traditionnelle de rythme rapide, originaire du Frioul. Introduite en France par André Campra à la fin du XVIIe siècle, elle devint une danse de cour. On la trouve notamment dans la dixième suite des Symphonies pour les Soupers du Roy de Michel-Richard Delalande, titrée La Forlana (manuscrit Philidor, 1703) ou dans le Quatrième Concert Royal de François Couperin (publié en 1722). Longtemps tombée en désuétude, elle fut utilisée par Chausson dans ses Quelques danses en 1896 et par Ravel dans Le Tombeau de Couperin en 1917. Forlane est également le titre d'un morceau de Charles Louis Mion.
  • Furlana (auch: Furlane, Friulana, Forlana) ist ein italienischer Volkstanz aus Campieli, möglicherweise benannt nach der Region Friaul-Julisch Venetien. Er geht zurück auf die Zeit um 1609 und wurde Mitte der 1780er populär.
  • La furlana (anche forlana, frullana o friulana) è una danza molto allegra in 6/8 o in 6/4 che si balla in una o in più coppie. L'origine è popolare, ma attraverso Venezia divenne di gran moda in tutta l'alta Italia e, nel XVII secolo, anche alla corte di re Luigi XIV. Il nome indica la provenienza geografica dal Friuli , ma potrebbe avere una origine slava.
  • De forlane, ook wel Friauler dans genoemd, was een in de 18e eeuw populaire Venetiaanse volksdans, traditioneel in 6/8ste tijd, die destijds geassocieerd werd met het Venetiaans carnaval. Deze dans is waarschijnlijk van Slavische oorsprong. Verschillende componisten zoals Bach, François Couperin, Telemann en Ravel gebruikten hem in hun composities. De forlane is verwant aan de gigue.
  • フォルラーヌ(フランス語:forlane)またはフルラーナ(イタリア語:furlana)は、イタリアのフリウーリで生まれた、速いリズムの伝統的なダンス。17世紀末にアンドレ・カンプラがフランスに持ち込み、宮廷舞踏となった。 ヨハン・ゼバスティアン・バッハの管弦楽組曲第1番や、モーリス・ラヴェルのピアノ組曲『クープランの墓』にフォルラーヌは使われているが、どちらかというと悲しげで、テンポもモデラートである。他にはエルネスト・ショーソンの『いくつかの舞曲』第4曲にも使われ、こちらは活気があり、3対6のクロスリズムが特徴である。
  • Forlana – żywy taniec włoski w rytmie na 6/8 lub na 6/4, modny na początku XVII wieku w Wenecji, potem wprowadzony do Francji, gdzie jego rytmy i melodie wyzyskali kompozytorzy oper i baletów
  • Forlana(del italiano Furlana, llegado al castellano a través del francés Forlane), es una danza tradicional de ritmo rápido, originaria de Friuli. Fue introducida en Francia a finales del siglo XVII, y pronto se convirtió en una danza cortesana. De ahí, pasó a ser incluida como movimiento de algunas suites barrocas francesas y alemanas, y posteriormente en la suite romántica.
  • The furlana (also spelled furlane, forlane, friulana, forlana) is an Italian folk dance from the Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. In Friulian, furlane means Friulian, in this case Friulian Dance. In Friuli there has been a Slav minority since the Slavic settlement of the Eastern Alps (, 56), and the furlana may well have originated as a Slavonic dance. It dates at least to 1583, when a "ballo furlano" called L'arboscello was published in Pierre Phalèse the Younger’s Chorearum molliorum collectanea and in Jakob Paix’s organ tablature book, though its chief popularity extended from the late 1690s to about 1750. It is particularly associated with Venice because, at the time of its popularity, Friuli was a part of the Republic of Venice ().
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  • Maniacco, Tito. 2002. Storia del Friuli: il lavoro dei campi, la tradizione gastronomica, le radici della cultura contadina, le rivolte, il dramma dell'emigrazione e la nascita dell'identità di una regione. Tradizioni italiane 17. Rome: Newton & Compton Editori. ISBN 88-8289-706-0.
  • Heartz, Daniel. 1999. "A Venetian Dancing Master Teaches the Forlana: Lambranzi's Balli teatrali". Journal of Musicology 17, no. 1 :136–51.
  • Little, Meredith Ellis. 2001. "Forlana [furlana]". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, second edition, edited by Stanley Sadie and John Tyrrell. London: Macmillan Publishers.
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