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folium

 [fo´le-um] (pl. fo´lia) (L.)
a leaflike structure, especially one of the leaflike subdivisions of the cerebellar cortex.
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fo·li·a

(fō'lē-ă),
Plural of folium.
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folia

Plural of folium, see there.
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fo·li·a

(fō'lē-ă)
Plural of folium.
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According to Grant Chu Covell at the La Folia website, "This has got to be 2010's best piano recording.
En la perspectiva de Wolff, el entre-lugar es la ficcion autobiografica de Santiago (un brasileno, profesor que habla frances en universidad norteamericana), quien construye el lugar del texto bajo la forma de prosa carnavalesca; una vez mas, la materialidad significante, la folie (la locura) francesa se ensambla con la folia, el "desbunde" y carnaval brasileno con base en la idea de "participacion sin pertenencia".
It includes his ever popular Palladio together with La Folia for marimba and strings and concertos for harp, for flute and percussion, and for violin.
The works for Wednesday, in addition to the Tartini piece, include Corelli's Sonata da chiesa in B flat, Op.3, No.3, and his Sonata in F for Recorder & Basso Continuo; three string pieces by Forqueray; the Fantasia del Divino by Francesco da Milano; and Marais' Variations on La Folia.
Nevertheless, the highlight for me was the "La Folia Variations" by seventeenth-century composers Marin Marais and Arcangelo Corelli, a set noted for its charm and precision.