Wednesday, September 19, 2007

gallop

Gallop, from French galoper-track ". Quick circular dance in 1919. in dicotyledonous amount consists of a rapid FSE movements back and forth dance floor anthem, similar to the type credited. Since 1825 gallop entered the fashion in Germany, where he called rucher or hyupfer. Gallop is fairly common in professional music; Example Big much gallop F. List.

Gavot-dance

Gavot-dance in a calm pace, three partite rate charges (of Proven├žal word gavoto-resident "of Auvergne"). Classic French and joyful dance 16-18 centuries. , be fulfilled in a moderate lap dance pace. Size 2/2 or 4/4, beginning with 2/4 and 2/8. Gavot consists of two parts on 8 tacts. Originally a part branle. In 17. round was dancing in 18. become a pair dance with different figures. Gavot popularity has J.-B. Lyulli. Gavot occurs in Kuperena Suites, and especially Pahelbely I. S. Bach. So you think you can dance? Yes!

 
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