valse


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valse

(vals)
n
1. (Classical Music) another word, esp used in the titles of some pieces of music, for waltz
2. (Classical Music) another word, esp used in the titles of some pieces of music, for waltz
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Noun1.valse - a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beatvalse - a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beat
ballroom dance, ballroom dancing - any of a variety of social dances performed by couples in a ballroom
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All I know is that one evening, entering incautiously the salon of the little house just after the news of a considerable Carlist success had reached the faithful, I was seized round the neck and waist and whirled recklessly three times round the room, to the crash of upsetting furniture and the humming of a valse tune in a warm contralto voice.
Gounod had conducted the Funeral March of a Marionnette; Reyer, his beautiful overture to Siguar; Saint Saens, the Danse Macabre and a Reverie Orientale; Massenet, an unpublished Hungarian march; Guiraud, his Carnaval; Delibes, the Valse Lente from Sylvia and the Pizzicati from Coppelia.
An upright semi-grand piano near the door, flanked by two palms in pots, executed suddenly all by itself a valse tune with aggressive virtuosity.
He set at least fifteen works on the Oakland Ballet; the best known were La Valse and Bolero, which appeared in the repertoire from 1974 to 1999.
Written in 1880, it's characterised by the well-known Tchaikovskian colour, with its best-known movement most probably the second one, the Moderato-Tempo di valse.
Le championnat de Ligue 1 Mobilis connait ces dernieres annees une valse des entraineurs.
La valse des entraineurs continue a la veille de la cloture de la saison footballistique.
Chapters include: stereotype(s) of music in literature; literary score; interdisciplinarity and comparative studies; scores of sound poetry; Miron BialoszewskiAEs (sound) text; around SchaefferAEs scores; the effect (defect) of translation of Chopin (Kornel UjejskiAEs Zakochana); the peripheral significance of music (Stanislaw Bara<AEn>czakAEs Aria: Awaria); Michel ButorAEs text-score (Dialogue avec 33 variations de Ludwig van Beethoven sur une valse de Diabelli).
Part of the popular Kirklees Concert Season featuring the Orchestra of Opera North, Scaling the Heights will also include works by two French composers - Debussy's La Mer and Ravel's La Valse.
In Debussy's Syrinx her tone was lithe and sinuous matching the composer's languorous music, becoming ripe and fulsome in Michel Legrand's soupily romantic La Valse de Lilas.
Paris, Ramadan 1, 1435, Jun 28, 2014, SPA -- French Premier Manuel Valse expressed thanks and appreciation of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for the support and taking care made by the Kingdom to guarantee the safety of pilgrims.