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  • Beware of being persuaded by the laquais de place to visit La Tour de la belle Allemande, which is one of their show spots, and so called from some old legend of the imprisonment of a German lady.

    Itinerary of Provence and the Rhone Made During the Year 1819

  • Allemande from the French Suite No. 4, it was apparent just how securely she inhabits this repertoire.

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  • Each of the Cello Suites contains six movements, starting with a Prelude, followed by a series of alternating movements adopting the titles of slow or brisker courtly dances, such as Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Minuet, Bourrée, Gavotte or Gigue.

    A 'Testament to Bach'

  • When the artichokes have been drained, they can, of course, be served quite plain, but they are best sent to table with some kind of sauce poured over them, such as Allemande sauce,

    Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery A Manual of Cheap and Wholesome Diet

  • The Allemande in No. 1 is fast and light, the Sarabande very touching.

    On CD: Ashkenazy's Bach

  • The Allemande is tender and pastoral, the Sarabande gentle, and the final Gigue very outgoing.

    On CD: Ashkenazy's Bach

  • In fact this strategy was basically used by the French in criticizing “La Science Allemande” but it will, twenty years later, be used by the Germans with the replacement of “national” by

    Mathematical Style

  • For signandsight, Toby Axelrod translates a piece in Die Welt by Hanns-Georg Rodek, who chooses this debut as a way into a vague outline of what some French are calling the "Nouvelle Vague Allemande."

    GreenCine Daily: Die Berliner Schule.

  • Cello Suite No. 1 in G: Prélude Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor: Sarabande Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat: Allemande After Casals, well over 100 cellists recorded their own versions, motivated not just by the majesty of these works, but also by the relative rarity of great music composed for their instrument.

    A 'Testament to Bach'

  • They called her “la petite bourgeoise Allemande,” and they laughed at her deteriorating beauty.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

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