The dogmatical disputes raised during this Synod led to the Chalcedonian schism and as a matter of course to the creation of the non-chalcedonian body of churches known as Oriental Christianity.
The Chalcedonian churches were the ones that remained united with Rome, Constatinople and the three Greek Orthodox patriarchates of the East (Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem), that under Justinian at the council in Trullo were organised under a form of rule known as the Pentarchy.
Though the name came to be commonly used to refer to the whole of Mesopotamia, Chaldea proper was the vast plain in the south formed by the deposits of the Euphrates and the Tigris, extending to about four hundred miles along the course of these rivers, and about a hundred miles in average widtha form of Bulgarian popular music drawing from Balkan folk traditions and incorporating Turkish, Greek, and Roma (gypsy) influences, as well as motifs from Balkan traditional music, flamenco and klezmer music.
Often indistinguishable from Bulgarian pop music, it remains popular with the proletariat - music played in dance clubs and pubs.
Each Province has it own flavour of chacarera with subtle differences, mainly in the steps (Chacarera doble, Chacarera larga, etc)(Spanish) or 'cha-cha-cha', a dance and musical style evolving from the Nuevo Ritmo of the danzón style.
Enganadora, by Cuban bandleader and violinist Enrique Jorrin, is generally considered to be the first chachachá, in 1953.
As a dance, cha cha became popular in the 1950s and 1960s and is descended from mambo through triple mambo.
Numerous large cemeteries are known from this culture and the pattern of grave goods suggests marked social stratification.As a domestic instrument in England, the chamber organ was often perceived to be as much a piece of furniture as an item of musical equipmentalso called sonata da camera (Italian) or Kammer Sonate (German), a suite from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, composed mainly of dance movements, generally for two or more soloists with accompanimentassociated with some sects of Buddhism, a lively dance which employs dancers wearing masks and ornamented costumes.The dance is accompanied by music played by monks using traditional Tibetan instruments.He was also responsible for administration of the household and the private estates of the king.The Chamberlain was one of the four main officers of the court, the others being the Chancellor, the Justiciar, and the Treasurera pipe organ designed for continuo use with a limited number of ranks.The long perforation is broken up into a series of small perforations set close together in a line down the roll which makes the roll stronger and less likely to tear or wrinkle.The separations are so small that the air-actuated tracker action does not detect them, seeing the perforations as being continuous.The 11th dynasty of the Kings of Babylon (6th century BC) is conventionally known to historians as the Chaldean Dynasty.Their kingdom in the southern portion of Babylonia lay chiefly on the right bank of the Euphrates.It pursued military campaigns against the foreign ruling dynasties ruling southern Mesopotamia, mainly the Akkadians and the Babylonians.It became a Babylonian colony in the early days of Hammurabi, but retained special status in relation to other cities ruled by Babylon in the region.