Definition of Pavanes

1. Noun. (plural of pavane) ¹



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Definition of Pavanes

1. pavane [n] - See also: pavane

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pavanes

pausingly
pausings
pautovite
pauxi
pauxis
pav
pav bhaji
pavache
pavaches
pavage
pavages
pavais
pavaises
pavan
pavane
pavanes (current term)
pavans
pave
pave the way
paved
paved surface
pavee
paveed
pavees
pavement
pavement-pizza
pavement artist
pavement cell
pavement cells
pavement epithelium

Literary usage of Pavanes

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1. History of the Protestants of France: From the Commencement of the by Guillaume Félice, François Bonifas (1851)
"pavanes, still young, had in a moment of weakness uttered a sort of recantation. Bnt he soon rallied his courage, and marched to the stake with a calm brow; ..."

2. Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London by Huguenot Society of London (1898)
"The passage referred to relates that Jaques pavanes of the Boulogne district on the English Channel, was one of the pious and learned men encouraged by ..."

3. The Violin and Its Music by George Hart (1881)
"... pavanes, and popular songs. These are the earliest printed compositions for bowed instruments. From the period of the death of Francis I. to the total ..."

4. The Boke Named The Gouernour by Thomas Elyot (1883)
"... but in order to render it intelligible, we must adopt the rule ' res pro persona,' and take pavin for a musician, or player of pavanes. ..."

5. How Music Developed: A Critical and Explanatory Account of the Growth of by William James Henderson (1898)
"As these different kinds of dances differed in rhythm, — the pavanes, for instance, being in common and the galliard in triple measure, — composers grasped ..."

6. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"The series was organised by Imogen Hoist, and among the works heard were Dowland's 7 instrumental pavanes, ..."

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