chansonette


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chansonette

(ʃɑ̃sɔnɛt)
n
a little song
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Highlighting the rest of the catalogue is Poppet's Bounty (44), a winning Bahamian Bounty half-sister to Hungarian superstar sprinter Overdose, and Chansonette (158), a daughter of German champion Catella who received a timely update last week when her half-sister, Caprice, won the Listed La Zanzara Handicap at Santa Anita.
Early that autumn Dorn and his, family--his wife Helene, son Paul, 11, stepchildren Fred, 16, and Chansonette, 13--crossed over from America on the Queen Elizabeth, Coming off a dozen trying but illuminating years of wandering "throughout the trans-mountain west following the winde," the family, a tight-knit little group brought closer together by long experience of pioneering, was making its first trip to Europe.
The Chansonette range, popular in the Fifties, boasted "circular spoke stitching" - ouch
The Chansonette, Mini-star and Talent series have won the Royal Horticultural Society award of garden merit and the Daybreak series has carried off two Fleuroselect gold medals.
Elle y a ainsi replace les mots, les songes et les beaux chansonettes des matins verdyants et des vergers flamboyants.
Scholars have been slow to connect the carole's lyrical, musical, and choreographic components because the lyrics are often identified as rondeaux or virelais and the musical pieces as chansons or chansonettes rather than as caroles, since the term carole is only used to refer to the dance's choreography (at least in French).
The Huelgas Ensemble here perform a wide range of Le Jeune's chansonettes and airs written in the homorhythmic note-against-note style associated with the classicizing poetic and prosodic doctrines of Jean-Antoine de Baif.