Here’s what Meriam-Webster tells us about the word “mellifluous”:
“In Latin, mel means ‘honey’ and fluere means ‘to flow.’ Those two linguistic components flow smoothly together in mellifluus (from Late Latin) and mellyfluous (from Middle English), the ancestors of mellifluous. The adjective these days typically applies to sound, as it has for centuries.”
Here’s what Casa da Dona Laura, the organizers of “Mellifluous Elephant,” tell us about their new show:
“This will be the 5th edition of this event, curated by Francisca Aires Mateus, presenting several national and international artists in a week of performances, workshops, and tutorials.”
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