calypso - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "calypso" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

calypso / калипсо
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a kind of West Indian (originally Trinidadian) music in syncopated African rhythm, typically with words improvised on a topical theme.
West Indian calypso and reggae music are both popular.
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a nymph who kept Odysseus on her island, Ogygia, for seven years.
Although its roots are similar to those of calypso and reggae, it is more authenticly African.
Every year, just prior to the launch of Cariwest, Edmonton's vibrant Caribbean arts festival, a contest takes place to decide who has the best calypso song for this year's festival.
The only limitation is that no steel band is to play a calypso that the said steel band played before in a Panorama competition.
The sound of soft calypso music drifts down from another deck as, below her, waves lap at the side of the ship.
The postcolonial period has witnessed a significant creolizing of church music, which has been influenced by calypso , reggae, and African American gospel music.
Two forms of native Trinidadian music - calypso and steel drum music - have become famous throughout the world.
Never before was one of his most moving songs, ‘Sayamanda’, considered a calypso until Andre died.
The steel drums used in calypso music are made from these 55-gallon containers.
West Indian calypso and reggae music are both popular.
As far back as in the 1950s, Lord Melody sang ‘Pedlars’, a humorous calypso on hucksters who sold stolen goods on the sidewalks of Port of Spain.