noun, plural sal·ta·rel·los, Italian sal·ta·rel·li [sahl-tah-rel-lee] /ˌsɑl tɑˈrɛl li/.
Origin of saltarello
Examples from the Web for saltarello
But the beautiful show of the evening was the Trasteverini dancing the Saltarello in their most brilliant costume.
The Saltarello enchants me; in this is really the Italian wine, the Italian sun.
The company of 'men of hair,' calling themselves 'Saltiers,' may derive their name from the dance, 'Saltarello.'Shakespeare and Music|Edward W. Naylor
We felt like dancing a saltarello, and perhaps might have done so if we had been in less princely presences.The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912|Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone