Gigue

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  1. gigue (zhēg) n. See jig1. [French, probably from jig.] gigue (ʒiːɡ) n 1. (Classical Music) a piece of music, usually in six-eight time and often fugal, incorporated into the classical suite 2. (Dancing) a formal couple dance of the 16th and 17th centuries, derived from the jig [C from French, from Italian giga, literally: a fiddle; see gigot.
  2. Listen to Gigue from Johann Sebastian Bach's Bach Partita Collection, No. 1 Thru 6, BWV for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  3. Gigue definition: a piece of music, usually in six-eight time and often fugal, incorporated into the | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  4. Gigue is een Belgisch modemerk met een uitgesproken vrouwelijke toets. De collecties, die bekend staan om hun kleuren, prints en verfijnde details, bestaan uit pret-à-porter, schoenen en accessoires.
  5. Virtually absent from Telemann's demonstrably later trios is the French gigue (ex.3), with its dotted `sautillant' figure (also characteristic of the canarie) and imitative opening, as opposed to the Italian giga, which typically features even quavers on the pulse level (i.e.
  6. Dec 21,  · BEETHOVEN Concerto for Violin and Orchestra - Hilary Hahn, violin; Leonard Slatkin, conductor - Duration: Detroit Symphony Orchestra 6,, views.
  7. Gigue definition, jig2(def 1). See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. ,
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  9. 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.

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