you can't just waltz in and expect to make a mark
it is the third time that he has waltzed off with the coveted award
A dance in triple time performed by a couple who as a pair turn rhythmically around and around as they progress around the dance floor
A piece of music written for or in the style of this dance
dance a waltz
walk-in: an assured victory (especially in an election)
music composed in triple time for waltzing
a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beat
The waltz is a ballroom and folk dance in time, performed primarily in closed position.
Extraordinary Machine is the third album by American singer-songwriter Fiona Apple, released by Epic Records in the United States on October 4, 2005 (see 2005 in music). ...
Waltz is an EP released by the Australian indie rock band Augie March. It was first released in 1999. It includes the first appearance of the band's early hit "Asleep In Perfection". A music video was also issued for the closing track, "The Moth Ball".
Twilight is the second album by Filipino band Hale, released under EMI Philippines in September 30, 2006. It contains 4 singles, which are the widely-nominated Waltz, Hide And Seek, Shooting Star and The Ballad Of. ...
Waltz is one of the five dances in the Standard (or Modern) category of the International Style ballroom dances. It was previously referred to as Slow Waltz or English Waltz.
A waltz, or valse from the French term, is a piece of music in triple meter, most often but sometimes 3/8 or 3/2. ...
a ballroom dance in 3/4 time; a piece of music for this dance (or in triple time); a simple task; To dance the waltz (with); To accomplish a task with little effort; To move briskly and unhesitatingly; To move with fanfare
(Waltzes) (1998, re-edited in November 1999)
A 3/4-time dance form which reached its zenith in the 19th century; two renowned waltz composers are Johann Stauss and Tchaikovsky.
To see the waltz danced, foretells that you will have pleasant relations with a cheerful and adventuresome person. For a young woman to waltz with her lover, denotes that she will be the object of much admiration, but none will seek her for a wife. ...
A dance in triple meter which was very popular during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
A ballroom dance that became immensely popular in the 19th century, especially in Vienna. Triple meter and a strong emphasis on the first beat ("UM-pah-pah") characterize it. Johann Strauss II wrote many memorable waltzes, including On the Beautiful Blue Danube.
To turn with, M start l.f., W r.f. and take step, together, close. To travel with, starting on specified foot use a lilting walking step å ensuring that the feet pass each other and do not interrupt the flow by coming to a close.
A simple jump, for beginners, in which takeoff is from the forward outside edge and the landing is on the back outside edge of the other foot, after a half revolution in the air.
What Bugs Bunny says to Strauss. "Waltz up, doc?"
Ballroom dance type in triple meter; in the Romantic era, a short, stylized piano piece.
The Waltz is danced in ¾ timing. The waltz has a graceful fall and rise movement. The waltz, like foxtrot travels around the floor in a counter clock wise pattern.
A dance in 3/4 time. It first became fashionable in Vienna in about the 1780s, then spread to many other countries within the next few years.
Passing pattern where objects are exchanged every third count, counting both hands, so passes alternate from the two hands. Called Waltz because of the 2/3 time nature... Pass Self Self Pass Self Self. This is a very versatile pattern. ...
Waltz Veil is long veil, falls from your headpiece down to your ankle, usually 54" to 60", another option if you prefer a long veil and your dress does not have a train. This veil is sometimes called a Ballet veil.
the most elegant of the ballroom dances. Learn to glide around the floor to 3/4 time, moving as one with your partner. This is Slow Waltz, not Viennese, which is very fast and done to "Oom-pah" music. An example of a good Slow Waltz song is "Could I Have This Dance?" by Anne Murray. ...