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Piva is an Italian Renaissance dance that may have originated from a peasant dance to the accompaniment of bagpipes. In 15th-century sources it is described as the fastest version of the basse danse. Antonio Cornazzano, for example, in his Libro del'arte del danzare (ca. 1455), explains that the music for the piva was also called cacciata, was in quadruple time beginning on the downbeat and was twice as fast as music for the basse danse . The term appeared also in the 16th century, applied to compositions for lute. The pivas in Joan Ambrosio Dalza's 1508 lute collection are very repetitive pieces in quick triple time, with no clearly defined structure. However, it may not be accurate to describe them as being in triple time, since the fast triple rhythmic groupings do not represent

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  • Die Piva gehört zu den fünf Tanzarten, die in den ersten professionellen Tanz-Choreographien Europas, die auf Domenico da Piacenza und Giovanni Ambrosio zurückgehen (15. Jahrhundert), auftreten. Der Name ist mit der italienischen Bezeichnung des Dudelsacks identisch. Unter den damaligen fünf Tanzarten hat die Piva das schnellste Tempo nach dem Saltarello, dem sie als Lautenstück bei Joan Ambrosio Dalza 1508 als zweiter schneller Tanz nach der langsamen Padoana folgte und mit diesen beiden Tänzen eine frühbelegte Vorform der Suite darstellt. Sowohl Piva als auch Saltarello stehen im 6/8 Takt, die Piva ist tendenziell aber einfacher rhythmisiert, nämlich in die schlichte Abfolge von Viertel- und Achtelnoten (nie umgekehrt!). Eine Piva als Tanzform ist uns vor der italienischen Tanzmeisterzeit nicht überliefert, als rhythmisches Modell jedoch bereits seit etwa 1300. Die Namensgebung legt die Vermutung nahe, dass dieser der frühen Instrumentalmusik entstammt.Das wäre relativ bedeutsam, weil dieser ansonsten nirgends überliefert ist (de)
  • Piva is an Italian Renaissance dance that may have originated from a peasant dance to the accompaniment of bagpipes. In 15th-century sources it is described as the fastest version of the basse danse. Antonio Cornazzano, for example, in his Libro del'arte del danzare (ca. 1455), explains that the music for the piva was also called cacciata, was in quadruple time beginning on the downbeat and was twice as fast as music for the basse danse . The term appeared also in the 16th century, applied to compositions for lute. The pivas in Joan Ambrosio Dalza's 1508 lute collection are very repetitive pieces in quick triple time, with no clearly defined structure. However, it may not be accurate to describe them as being in triple time, since the fast triple rhythmic groupings do not represent one bar each, but rather single beats divided into triplets, just like Thoinot Arbeau's mesure ternaire for the basse danse . (en)
  • Пива (итал. piva, «волынка») — итальянский танец эпохи Возрождения, исполнявшийся в XV-XVI веках как во время народных гуляний, так и при дворах вельмож. Тактовый размер 3/8. (ru)
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  • October 2020 (en)
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  • Parenthetical referencing has been deprecated; convert to shortened footnotes. (en)
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  • Sachs, Curt. 1937. World History of the Dance, translated by Bessie Schönberg. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., Inc. (en)
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  • Пива (итал. piva, «волынка») — итальянский танец эпохи Возрождения, исполнявшийся в XV-XVI веках как во время народных гуляний, так и при дворах вельмож. Тактовый размер 3/8. (ru)
  • Die Piva gehört zu den fünf Tanzarten, die in den ersten professionellen Tanz-Choreographien Europas, die auf Domenico da Piacenza und Giovanni Ambrosio zurückgehen (15. Jahrhundert), auftreten. Der Name ist mit der italienischen Bezeichnung des Dudelsacks identisch. (de)
  • Piva is an Italian Renaissance dance that may have originated from a peasant dance to the accompaniment of bagpipes. In 15th-century sources it is described as the fastest version of the basse danse. Antonio Cornazzano, for example, in his Libro del'arte del danzare (ca. 1455), explains that the music for the piva was also called cacciata, was in quadruple time beginning on the downbeat and was twice as fast as music for the basse danse . The term appeared also in the 16th century, applied to compositions for lute. The pivas in Joan Ambrosio Dalza's 1508 lute collection are very repetitive pieces in quick triple time, with no clearly defined structure. However, it may not be accurate to describe them as being in triple time, since the fast triple rhythmic groupings do not represent (en)
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  • Piva (Tanz) (de)
  • Piva (dance) (en)
  • Пива (танец) (ru)
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