schottische


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schottische

1. a 19th-century German dance resembling a slow polka
2. a piece of music composed for or in the manner of this dance
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His first published piece with the Hauschild Company was the Rosalie Schottische (1894), with a picture of his little daughter, Rosalie, on the cover.
The form, too, has been given a little fillip as the horse that crossed the line in unison with Schottische, Thermal Column, promptly won at Wolverhampton a week later.
RED DIESEL 66-1 (8-4) In touch in rear, ridden halfway, of 9, 6l behind Small Fury (8-6) at Southwell 5f 2yo mdn auc stks (6) SCHOTTISCHE 20-1 (8-6) Led, headed over 6f out, tracked leaders, reminders weakened 3f out, behind final 2f, last of 9, 25l behind Myzamour (8-12) Wolverhampton 1m 1f 2yo hcp 0-60 (6) pol in Aug.
MITTERMAIER, DAS ENGLISCHE, SCHOTTISCHE UND NORDAMERIKANISCHE STRAFVERFAHREN (Erlangen, Verlag von Ferdinand Enke 1851); CARL.
Choro originated in the 19th century through interpretations of European genres such as polka and schottische by Brazilian artists who had already been influenced by African rhythms such as the batuque.
Por cuenta de ella la mayoria de los jovenes han reconocido las raices de bailes tan tradicionales como la polka y el schottische, ritmos que provienen de Alemania e Inglaterra.
Line dances (the Tush Push, Boot Scootin' Boogie) and partner dances (Cotton Eyed Joe, Sweetheart Schottische) are kept alive at country-western dance conventions and competitions.
Para el comun de las personas el reggae es el baile tipico de las islas; sin embargo los bailes tipicos de la comunidad raizal son: Schottische o <<Shattis>>; Mazurca, Waltz o vals, Polka (18), pasillo, quadrile (19), Plat Pole (bailes de salon) traidos por los primeros pobladores en su mayoria ingleses; y tambien el Mento (20) y el Calipso (21) provenientes del Caribe que se incorporaron mas tarde a la Isla.
Ruth Hall gave rise to associated products like a "Ruth Hall bonnet, in elegant black gauze," a musical score called "The Ruth Hall Schottische," and a popular song called "Little Daisy" about Ruth's daughter who dies early in the novel.
(1) We listen to chotis, the German schottische mezclado con nuestra cultura Mexicana, and my mom describes dancing with senores viejos as a little girl.
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