Billowy has selfishly sullied her sister's honor, and decides to even the score by stirring arsenic into his cognac while he's out dancing a quadrille
Six talented young riders executed the first of the quadrille
performances -- with six-plus riders executing dressage moves to music.
These include the Disputation Quadrille
, the Congenial Hearts Mazurka and Spanish Waltz.
With that in mind, this compilation by Peter Damm includes a Sanktus Hubertus Fanfare by Karl Stiegler (announcing the event), Coburger Marsch by Michael Haydn (for the procession of dancers), and then a five-movement quadrille
called La Noce du Picqueur (Hunter's Wedding) by Tyndare Gryer (1850-1936) with titles: Le Pantalon (a folk song), L'Eti (a contradance celebrating Summer), La Poule (in which the cackling of chickens is heard), Le Pastourelle (a shepherd song), and a upbeat Finale (in three sections).
She is a sister to Quadrille
, who finished runner-up in the Hampton Court Stakes at Royal Ascot last year, and although I don't know how strong the opposition will be, hopefully she will run well on her debut.
00 HAMPTON COURT STAKES KIEREN FALLON was back in the Royal Ascot winner's enclosure for the first time since 2006 as AFSARE short-headed The Queen's Quadrille
in the Listed Hampton Court Stakes - and then survived a tense stewards' inquiry.
The 'Eightsome Reel' is a fusion of opposites: the elegant quadrille
with its French roots and the energetic reel native to Scotland.
In this essay, I will specifically address a European dance, the quadrille
, in a particular colonized area, the Caribbean, and demonstrate through Simone Schwarz-Bart's play Ton beau capitaine how it facilitates a successful synthesis of cultures.
5- by 11-inch quadrille
graph paper as well as a shatterproof ring binder ruler and a 6-inch 180-degree protractor; and a wedge-shape, pink beveled eraser.
UK-based publisher Quadrille
Publishing is to enter the US market in 2007.
But what thrilled me were the two vaudun-styled ballets, the trance-ritual Shango and L'Agya, the so-called Creole Giselle, and, to a lesser extent, a 19th-century, mildly balleticized Brazilian quadrille
Directed and constructed by Sabin Epstein, ``Carrolling'' is a revue that features familiar Carroll works, like ``Jabberwocky'' and ``The Lobster's Quadrille
,'' along with some more obscure ones, loosely connected by a slight narrative about characters caught in a dream.