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  1. A waltz (German: Walzer; French: Valse, Italian: Valzer, Spanish: Vals, Polish: Walc), probably deriving from German Ländler, is dance music in triple meter, often written in 3 4 time.A waltz typically sounds one chord per measure, and the accompaniment style particularly associated with the waltz is (as seen in the example to the right) to play the root of the chord on the first beat, the.

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  3. Oct 14,  · The waltz evolved from a German folk dance called “Landler”and became popular from the s onwards. It mainly originated in Austria, mostly in the ballrooms of the capital, Vienna– this is where the name Viennese Waltzcomes from. It became one of the most popular dances of the nineteenth century.

  4. A Waltz is music in 3/4 time with light tuneful melodies, and simple chordal lower parts with the first beat heavily accented. It is primarily a dance form, still popular in the ballroom, but has been adapted for the concert hall in many famous classical works.

  5. It is suspected that Count Waltz was preparing for a war with Baroque. To further his goals, Waltz created the mineral powder, a supposed miracle drug that can cure any illness. In actuality, the mineral powder serves only as a temporary cure, but eventually grants the user magic powers, allowing them to be turned into a mindless soldier before they eventually die.

  6. The French Revolution destroyed most of the Baroque high arts in , including the court dances. The removal of the French aristocratic strata uncovered a dance that had been quietly developing in the countryside — a dance that would take the ballrooms by storm in the next century: the waltz. — Richard Powers On to early 19th-Century Ballet.

  7. What is "baroque dance"? W hen people discover that I take baroque dance classes, there's usually some curiosity, and also some misunderstanding about what it involves (my mother asked "Is it, y'know funny dancing?"). This page is a distillation of conversations in pubs in which I have tried to describe exactly what this uncommon hobby of mine involves.

  8. One characteristic of the Mexican Baroque is its ornamentation. Most architectural facades are covered in countless reliefs or moldings of angels, saints, and decorative elements, many of which are.

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