Difference between dance and polonaise
- move in a graceful and rhythmical way
- skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways
- move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance
- an artistic form of nonverbal communication
- a party of people assembled for dancing
- taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
- a party for social dancing
If there was any hope of holding on to even a shred of her dwindling self-respect, she should do exactly what she knew Margo would do—close the laptop, take her de-scrunchied, perfumed, and nearly thonged self down to the nearest club, pick up the first passably good-looking stranger who asked her to dance, and bring him back to the apartment for some safe but anonymous sex.
He literally danced his music into being, conducting his bass players, drummers and horn section with his hips.
Dance the coxswain was the first affected in that way, but after a few moments Mark felt that the poor fellow had been suffering in
- a woman's dress with a tight bodice and an overskirt drawn back to reveal a colorful underskirt
Other egg sauces include those in which chopped hard-cooked eggs are an ingredient such as Polonaise Sauce.
Sixteen preparatory pieces, such as preludes, études, bagatelles, barcarolles, nocturnes and polonaises, present, reinforce and prepare students for what is coming next.
Every now and then they stretch to a nocturne (average running time: five minutes) or polonaise (around six minutes), but seldom a ballade (close to ten).