Sole NameThis section lists people commonly referred to solely by this name.
- Maurice (emperor) or Flavius Mauricius Tiberius Augustus (539–602), Byzantine emperor
- Maurice (bishop) (died 1107), bishop of London, Lord Chancellor and Lord Keeper of England
- Maurice, Count of Oldenburg (fl. 1169–1211), count of Oldenburg
- Maurice, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (1551–1612), duke of Saxe-Lauenburg
- Maurice, Duke of Saxe-Zeitz (1619–1681), duke of Saxe-Zeitz
- Maurice, Elector of Saxony (1521–1553), German Saxon nobleman
- Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel or Maurice the Learned (1572–1632), Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel
- Maurice of Battenberg (1891–1914), prince of the Battenberg family and member of the British Royal Family
- Maurice of Carnoet (1117–1191), French abbot and saint
- Maurice of Inchaffray (14th century), Scottish cleric who became a bishop
- Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (1567–1625), stadtholder of the Netherlands
- Maurice of Savoy (1593–1657), prince of Savoy and a cardinal
- Maurice of the Netherlands (1843–1850), prince of Orange-Nassau
- Maurice of the Palatinate (1620–1652), Count Palatine of the Rhine
- Saint Maurice also Moritz, Morris, or Mauritius (died 287), Roman legionnaire and Christian martyr
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... Soleá guitar style is easily identified by its metre and Phrygian mode, but also by a series of characteristic phrases ... A guitarist, when playing soleá, will combine - "llamadas" (the "call") on the Ist degree of the Phrygian altered cadence (in E, E major) - "compas" (the standard ...
... In spite of being one of the most prestigious "palos", the soleá is considered to be relatively new compared to Tonás and Seguiriyas ... These facts contradict other views according to which the soleá would be the origin of the rest of flamenco "palos" and was from the beginning a serious and ... The golden age of the soleá is considered to be the last quarter of the 19th century, at the time when the "café cantante" (musical café) was the preferential ...
... Sole, the flat bottom part of plane that slides along the workpiece Sole, a part of a tool such as a spokeshave Sole Bank, a sand bank in the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest of Cornwall, England ... It gives its name to the Sole sea area in the Shipping Forecast ...
... Soleares (plural of soleá, ) is one of the most basic forms or "palos" of Flamenco music, probably originated around Cádiz or Seville in Andalusia, the most southern region of Spain ... in phrygian mode "por arriba" (fundamental on the 6th string) "Bulerías por soleá" is usually played "por medio" (fundamental on the 5th string) ...
Famous quotes containing the word sole:
“That perfect bliss and sole felicity,
The sweet fruition of an earthly crown.”
—Christopher Marlowe (15641593)
“To me the sole hope of human salvation lies in teaching Man to regard himself as an experiment in the realization of God, to regard his hands as Gods hand, his brain as Gods brain, his purpose as Gods purpose. He must regard God as a helpless Longing, which longed him into existence by its desperate need for an executive organ.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)