Chaconne

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  1. Grojin Reply
    Item Number: HL ISBN 9x12 inches. Feared, respected and loved. Touchstone, limit experience and temptation. One of the greatest, most mysterious works in music history to date is the Chaconne by Johann Sebastian Bach, a work that was composed for the violin and transcribed several times for the piano, a work played by orchestras, organists and .
  2. Arashimi Reply
    Chaconne Inventory #: UPC: ISBN: Series: Schott Width: " Length: 12" Pages: 24 Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Shipping and handling. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Dukora Reply
    chaconne definition: 1. 2. a slow, solemn dance in 3/4 time, of Spanish or Moorish origin, similar to the passacaglia 3. later, a popular social dance in France in the 17th and early 18th cent. 4. music for this dance 5. either of two musical forms de.
  4. Dojas Reply
    Define chaconne. chaconne synonyms, chaconne pronunciation, chaconne translation, English dictionary definition of chaconne. n. 1. a. A slow, stately dance in triple time of the s. b. The music for this dance. 2. A form consisting of variations based on a reiterated harmonic.
  5. Muzahn Reply
    Chaconne, originally a fiery and suggestive dance that appeared in Spain about and eventually gave its name to a musical form. Miguel de Cervantes, Francisco Gómez de Quevedo, and other contemporary writers imply a Mexican origin. Apparently danced with castanets by a couple or by a woman.
  6. Voodoosho Reply
    chaconne 1. a musical form consisting of a set of continuous variations upon a ground bass 2. Archaic a dance in slow triple time probably originating in Spain Chaconne an old dance. The chaconne originated in the late 16th century and acquired its characteristic stately, majestic quality in the 17th century. It is danced in a slow tempo, in ¾ time. J.
  7. Taurisar Reply
    The chaconne and passacaglia are nearly synonymous descriptions of a musical form that flourished in the Baroque era. The distinctions between the two terms are debated by musicologists, but for practical purposes the terms essentially refer to the same thing: a repeated bass line, or ground bass, over which the composer constructs an ingenious set of variations, 10/
  8. Mojar Reply
    A chaconne is a dance, built on a short phrase in the bass, that was often used by composers of the 17th and 18th centuries to end an opera in a festive mood. This choreography, first performed in the Hamburg State Opera production of Orfeo ed Euridice, was somewhat altered for presentation as the ballet Chaconne particularly in the.

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