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  1. Manos says:
    Polonaise gave a taste of history, pre-WW II and a bit after, in Europe. I learned what the Polish people were going through. The times also showed the attraction of communism and socialism/fascism. The Kornowski family looses all and becomes embroiled in the political activities of the times. It's a good book/5.
  2. Meztidal says:
    Kenne die Pollini LPs aus meiner Jugend und bin froh, seine Interpretation wieder hören zu können, die altbekannte A-Dur-Polonaise empfinde ich als die absolute Wohltat, immer noch unerreicht. Man muß aber bedenken, dies ist eine ADD aus - "remastert"?, wovon ich nicht viel merke/5(20).
  3. Nikozshura says:
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  4. Shajin says:
    polonaise (pŏl'ənāz`, ō'–), Polish national dance, in moderate 3–4 time and of slow, stately movements. It evolved from peasant and court processions and ceremonies of the late 16th cent. and was later used by J. S. and W. F. Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Liszt. Chopin, exiled from Poland, expressed his patriotic fervor in
  5. Mikabar says:
    The polonaise was also sometimes performed with a contrasting middle section (a “trio” – borrowed from the formal design of the courtly minuet; the trio first appeared in the polonaises by Michał Kleofas Ogiński), or following the outline of the rondo, with a recurring refrain and contrasting episodes.
  6. Sasida says:
    Apr 24,  · Directed by Nicole van Kilsdonk. With Przemyslaw Sadowski, Nadja Hüpscher, Frederik Brom, Hajo Bruins. A traffic jam like a polonaise of cars: nobody can escape. A cynical record plugger, two sisters, a quarreling couple and an illegal man from /10(75).
  7. Arashigore says:
    Heroic Polonaise, solo piano piece by Polish French composer Frédéric Chopin, known and nicknamed for its forthright “heroic” character, cast rhythmically as a polonaise—a Polish court dance in waltz time. The piece was probably begun in and was published the following year. Since its.
  8. Jujas says:
    ‘The polonaise was usually cut like a princess dress, without a waist seam, and often differed from it only in that it was not full length.’ ‘Her lips were a red of the same tint, as was the polonaise she was so daintily flaunting - over which, she wore a black cloak.’.
  9. Faecage says:
    polonaise definition: 1. an 18th-cent. dress with the skirt divided in front and worn looped back over an elaborate underskirt, originally in Poland 2. a stately Polish dance in triple time, almost processional in character 3. music for this danceOrigin.

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