allemande

[ UK /ˈæləmˌænd/ ]
NOUN
  1. egg-thickened veloute
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  • Basel: 1922; Une allemande à Paris (A German Woman in Paris). Claire Goll.
  • Although many late Renaissance dances comprised three strains, binary form came to be used in nearly all dance movements (allemandes, courantes, sarabandes, gigues, etc.) in 17th and 18th-century dance suites.
  • As such courtly French dances as the allemande and courante eventually overtook the pavan and galliard in popularity, so they were assimilated into the suite.
  • Similarly, we can discover all different kinds of allemandes, courantes, sarabandes and ‘Galanterien’, although our knowledge of the subtleties of Bach's local subgenres of dances is still very limited.
  • À l'approche des Allemands et avec la signature à Rethondes de la convention d'armistice franco-allemande le 22 juin 1940, les Rochelais sabotent ou détruisent de nombreuses installations afin qu'elles ne tombent pas aux mains de l'occupant. Archive 2009-04-01
  • To the traditional form of the suite - allemande, courante, sarabande, and gigue - Bach added an introductory Prélude with a pair of fashionable modern dances.
  • The old women give the signal for action; two of the youngest girls take their places in the middle of the room, and begin to dance a kind of allemande, while the rest of the women sing national songs, and keep time in driving their knives into the trough. Fifty-Two Stories For Girls
  • Un blocage identique à celui vécu pendant mon apprentissage de la langue allemande! Linking Flickr Images in Thesis’ Multimedia Box — Climb to the Stars
  • To the traditional form of the suite - allemande, courante, sarabande, and gigue - Bach added an introductory Prélude with a pair of fashionable modern dances.
  • So we can jig and reel, and strathspey, we are capable of pas de pax setting, possettes and allemande, and we even know the names of some of the people that go there.
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