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  1. Vunos says:
    Polonaise definition is - an elaborate short-sleeved overdress with a fitted waist and a draped cutaway overskirt.
  2. Tejora says:
    Define polonaise. polonaise synonyms, polonaise pronunciation, polonaise translation, English dictionary definition of polonaise. n. 1. A stately, marchlike Polish dance in triple meter, primarily a promenade by couples. 2. The music for this dance. 3. A woman's dress of the s.
  3. Murg says:
    Polonaise, in dance, dignified ceremonial dance that from the 17th to 19th century often opened court balls and other royal functions. Likely once a warrior’s triumphal dance, it was adopted by the Polish nobility as a formal march as early as for the coronation of Henry of Anjou as king of.
  4. Kagazahn says:
    polonaise (pŏl'ənāz`, ō'–), Polish national dance, in moderate 3–4 time and of slow, stately movements. It evolved from peasant and court processions and ceremonies of the late 16th cent. and was later used by J. S. and W. F. Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Liszt. Chopin, exiled from Poland, expressed his patriotic fervor in
  5. Dozragore says:
    The polonaise had folk roots that dated to the 16th century in Poland, but it soon became known as a dance of the gentry or aristocracy. It was a stately, slow dance in which couples would.
  6. Nijora says:
    ‘The polonaise was usually cut like a princess dress, without a waist seam, and often differed from it only in that it was not full length.’ ‘Her lips were a red of the same tint, as was the polonaise she was so daintily flaunting - over which, she wore a black cloak.’.
  7. Goktilar says:
    Polonaise definition, a slow dance of Polish origin, in triple meter, consisting chiefly of a march or promenade in couples. See more.
  8. Tojalrajas says:
    The polonaise was also sometimes performed with a contrasting middle section (a “trio” – borrowed from the formal design of the courtly minuet; the trio first appeared in the polonaises by Michał Kleofas Ogiński), or following the outline of the rondo, with a recurring refrain and contrasting episodes.
  9. Mezragore says:
    Polonaise definition: a ceremonial marchlike dance in three-four time from Poland | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.