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- n. a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beat
“-- For a man to be fond of shuffling and twirling himself out of the dignity of step which nature gave him -- picking his way through a quadrille like a goose upon red hot bricks, or gyrating like a bad teetotum in what English fashionables are pleased to term a "valse" -- I never see a man thus occupied without a fervent desire to kick him.”
“That it has been and why it has been called valse au petit chien need here only be recalled to the reader's recollection”
“a sort of slow valse, which is called the Habanera, and I was walking with my partner, a beautiful Spanish Mexican, with tiny feet, under the arcades which ran round the patio, when she pulled a straw-covered cigarette out of her pocket and lighted it.”
“valse" by Chopin, and followed it with a dashing galop by some unknown composer.”
“Jean-Paul Jamot : basse 12 1. There will never be another you 2. Swing 42 3. Manoir de mes reves 4. Dinette 5. Minor swing 6. Paris plage 7. Et maintenant 8. Quelle idee 9. Swing valse”
“C'est l'occasion de me lancer dans un projet un peu plus à long terme que ce que je fais d'habitude, de m'entourer de personnes compétentes parce que finalement, je me rends compte que j'en connais une pile, et d'utiliser ma connaissance du milieu web/tech pour monter un programme qui non seulement tienne debout, mais danse la valse.”
“Monsieur Pernay spent an evening with me; and seeing the picture on the wall of Richard in Meccan costume, he asked me what it was; and on my telling him, he composed a valse on the spot, and called it “Richard in the Desert,” and said he should compose”
“You may flirt and dance at sixty; and if you are awkward in the turn of a valse, you may put it down to the motion of the ship.”
“Muy mas clara que la luna; and she rewarded me by emitting a barbarous chant in a shrill, screechy voice; and finally, starting up, I danced for her benefit polka, mazurka, and valse, whistling and singing to my motions.”
“The curtain fell — the orchestra played a valse — and”
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