Noun(1) a stately court dance in the 17th century(2) a stately piece of music composed for dancing the minuet; often incorporated into a sonata or suite
(1) She essentially turns the movement into both minuet and gigue and metamorphs one to the other without any sense of break at all.(2) As ever, I wanted some tunes to take away, apart from bits of airs (with a minuet as a slight leitmotiv) of contemporary style.(3) This pair of movements was sometimes followed by a moderately slow dance movement (as in the minuet in Handel's overture to Samson), or the entire first section might be repeated.(4) Its tempo is a little faster than a minuet, which Bach indicated by 3/8 instead of the standard minuet meter of 3 / 4.(5) Under the direction of instructor Shirley Agate-Proust from the Alberta Ballet School of Dance, a group of dancers in period costumes will recreate baroque dances including a minuet and a gavotte.(6) All the colour and grace of the eighteenth century was seen at its best during the dancing of the minuet .(7) Mr. Gregory clapped his hands as the frustrated students tried to master the steps of the waltz or minuet .(8) Before Althea Gibson punctured the color barrier of women's tennis 52 years ago, the sport was a genteel game played with the tempo of a minuet and the athleticism of couch potatoes.(9) He indicates that the Irish dances were fine, as long as there was not enough room for the more refined movements of the polka, quadrille, or minuet .(10) Louie, who dances a shaky minuet if properly guided, seemed like a shoo-in.(11) Her surviving hymn to the goddess, arranged by La Motte, serves as the sung text underlying the sacred ritual of the minuet .(12) In the show's finale, boys and girls from Beckfield Lane and Burton Stone Lane schools danced a minuet on the floodlit steps of the museum.(13) He was also one of the leading teachers of the day, counting among his pupils Didelot, Perrot, Elssler, Bournonville, and Marie Taglioni, with whom he performed a minuet at the Paris Opera in 1835, when he was 75.(14) The second movement, ├ö├ç├┐Smooth Sailing,├ö├ç├û features delicate right-hand and left-hand phrasing that is characteristic of a minuet .(15) ├ö├ç├┐The mob may sack Versailles; the Trianon may fall, but surely the minuet-the minuet itself is dancing itself away into the furthest stars├ö├ç├û.(16) After the elegant minuet , the finale's explosive power was unleashed with impressive panache and energy.
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