coranto


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coranto

(kɒˈræntəʊ)
n, pl -tos
1. (Dancing) a variant of courante
2. (Classical Music) a variant of courante
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Poetry you may do the map of Hell softly one voice with viol in green habit or consort twelve Maniacs and Fantastics in measured epic dactyl Far back thinner coranto one Labadist one Cynic.
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Ward also makes clear that masque choreography cannot be supposed to have depended simply on conventional types of social dancing: "Each dance was a measure as the English understood the term; not a galliard, coranto, or other dance type that could be performed to any music in the appropriate rhythm and style, but a unique combination of steps and notes" (113).