Definición de contredanse en inglés:

contredanse

Saltos de línea: contre|danse
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒntrədɑːns
 
, -dɒ̃s/

sustantivo (plural pronounced igual)

1A French form of country dance, originating in the 18th century and related to the quadrille.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The contredanse is a French import, with origins in the court of King Louis XIV.
  • Again, it never achieved, in Louisiana, the popularity of the danse ronde, no doubt because many of the figures of the contredanse required an even number of couples.
  • Both forms of contredanse were performed in France until the Revolution at the end of the eighteenth century.
1.1 another term for contradance.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Both the contredanse and the contradanza made their way to the Caribbean during the colonisation of the Americas, to the islands of Hispañola and Cuba.
  • In spite of the lack of beauty of the costumes, the contredanse made a good effect.

Origen

French, alteration of English country dance, by association with contre 'against, opposite'.

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