Definition of Sarabandes

1. Noun. (plural of sarabande) ¹



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Definition of Sarabandes

1. sarabande [n] - See also: sarabande

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saraband
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sarabandes (current term)
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Literary usage of Sarabandes

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1. Famous Composers and Their Works by Philip Hale, Louis Charles Elson (1900)
"The dignity of its religious origin is still found in the sarabandes of Bach. ... On his advent in Fng. land, finding that sarabandes and slow dances were ..."

2. Complete Musical Analysis: A System Designed to Cultivate the Art of by Alfred John Goodrich (1889)
"(See Diagrams C and D.) Corelli, Kuhnau, Scarlatti, Handel, and Mattheson usually wrote their sarabandes as Ballad Dances, and then repeated the two periods ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... such delightfully humorous gavottes, bourrees, gigues, such melancholy sarabandes, short piano pieces of such charming simplicity, transcends belief. ..."

4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1910)
"The Sonata da camera, at this early period, was in reality a Suite of Dances — the slow and solemn sarabandes and Allemandes alternating with the lively ..."

5. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1905)
"... Allemandes, Courantes, sarabandes, Gigues and Menuets, of which they formed these admira ble suites which served as models to John Sebastian Bach. ..."

6. Famous Composers and Their Works by Philip Hale, Louis Charles Elson (1900)
"The dignity of its religious origin is still found in the sarabandes of Bach. ... On his advent in Fng. land, finding that sarabandes and slow dances were ..."

7. Complete Musical Analysis: A System Designed to Cultivate the Art of by Alfred John Goodrich (1889)
"(See Diagrams C and D.) Corelli, Kuhnau, Scarlatti, Handel, and Mattheson usually wrote their sarabandes as Ballad Dances, and then repeated the two periods ..."

8. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... such delightfully humorous gavottes, bourrees, gigues, such melancholy sarabandes, short piano pieces of such charming simplicity, transcends belief. ..."

9. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1910)
"The Sonata da camera, at this early period, was in reality a Suite of Dances — the slow and solemn sarabandes and Allemandes alternating with the lively ..."

10. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1905)
"... Allemandes, Courantes, sarabandes, Gigues and Menuets, of which they formed these admira ble suites which served as models to John Sebastian Bach. ..."

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