Gigue

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  1. Moogulkis
    gigue: see jig jig, dance of English origin that is performed also in Ireland and Scotland. It is usually a lively dance, performed by one or more persons, with quick and irregular steps.
  2. Shaktik
    Synonyms for gigue in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for gigue. 1 synonym for gigue: jig. What are synonyms for gigue?
  3. Faetaur
    Jul 05,  · Gigue definition is - a lively dance movement (as of a suite) having compound triple rhythm and composed in fugal style.
  4. Mezizilkree
    gigue definition: a jig, esp., the stylized form used as a movement of a classical suiteOrigin of gigueFrench.
  5. Kajar
    May 18,  · In his six Suites for unaccompanied violoncello, J. S. Bach invented a style that is specific to that instrument, while exploring all its technical possibilities to the full. Over the years, the.
  6. Mim
    The gigue or giga is a lively baroque dance. "Gigue" (pronounce "jeeg") is the French word, and "giga" (pronounce "jee-ga") is the Italian word. The English word is "jig" and in England this refers to a folk dance.. The gigue was one of the movements in a series of dance movements called suites written by Baroque composers. The Baroque suite normally had an Allemande, a Courante, a Sarabande.
  7. Akicage
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  8. Muk
    The Gigue, always cast with a slight young male virtuoso (in black satin knickers--the trouser role!) could be Figaro's Cherubino singing of love's conundrums. Assoluta From a rather abrupt Prelude, through a pensive Allemande and Sarabande, to a brilliant Courante and lighthearted Gigue, this was apiece played with passion.