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Definition of the noun Galop
What does Galop mean as a name of something?
- A lively French country dance of the nineteenth century, a forerunner of the polka, combining a glissade with a chassé on alternate feet, usually in a fast 2/4 time.
"Galop" is a composition.
- music by Bernard Herrmann
- Galop: In dance, the galop, named after the fastest running gait of a horse, a shortened version of the original term galoppade, is a lively country dance, introduced in the late 1820s to Parisian society by the Duchesse de Berry and popular in Vienna, Berlin and London. In the same closed position familiar in the waltz, the step combined a glissade with a chassé on alternate feet, ordinarily in a fast 2/4 time. The galop was a forerunner of the polka, which was introduced in Prague ballrooms in the 1830s and made fashionable in Paris when Raab, a dancing teacher of Prague, danced the polka at the Odéon Theatre, 1840. In Australian bush dance, the dance is often called galopede. An even more lively, faster version of the galop called the can-can developed in Paris around 1830.
- also known as Galopade
- Galop is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Galop
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Are You Okay? (2010)
A Practical Guide to Helping Young Victims of Crime by Pete Wallis
com Galop is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community safety charity in London. This is not a national service but ...
Fun with the Pan Flute (2011)
by Kristopher Faubion
A Galop is a very lively, spirited round dance in 2/4 time derived from the old German Hopse or Ruttsher (names descriptive of the steps), and introduced in France in the 19th century. The First NOWEII track3 England J: 102 A tie line. Exercise ...
Daniel-François-Esprit Auber (2010)
The Man and His Music by Robert Ignatius Letellier
The opening galop is a D-major allegro from the act 2 finale, where the chorus sing Vive la folie, Par qui la vie, Gaiment s'oublie. This contrasts with the waltz, a hesitant motif given jerking character stops and starts, and derived from Jenny's ...
The Mysteries of Paris (2015)
by Eugene Sue
The galop is a fast dance named after the horse's gallop. It was often performed as the last dance of the evening. [TN] 269. “La Parisienne” was a popular song composed ...
by Katherine Williams
Galop is a London based and focused LGBT antiviolence and abuse charity which was set up in 1982 and works to prevent violence and abuse involving the LGBT community. They also support those who feel that they have been treated ...
Dictionary of Homonyms (2007)
by David Rothwell
A galop is a lively dance in three/four time. galvanic This adjective is used to describe events or experiments that involve electric currents that have been produced by chemical action, but the word can also be applied to any sudden or dramatic ...
Flowing Tides (2016)
History and Memory in an Irish Soundscape by Gearaoid Ao Hallmhuraain, Johnson Chair in Quebec and Canadian Irish Studies Gearoid O Hallmhurain
A galop is a dance in duple time that originated in Germany in the nineteenth century, whereas a ländler is a country dance in slow waltz time that is still popular in Austria and Bavaria (A Dictionary of Music [London: Brockhampton Press, ...
The systolic arterial bruit dc galop is an element in the prognosis of the existing affection. In order to deduce these conclusions, the 6ruit must be carefully studied and, above all, not be confounded with the various double sounds. Muenchener ...
The Journal of the American Medical Association
The systolic arterial bruit dc galop is an element in the prognosis of the existing affection. In order to deducethese conclusions, the bruit must be carefully studied and, above all, not be confounded with the various double sounds. Muenchener ...
A Guide for Authors, Editors, Printers, Correctors of the Press, Compositors, and Typists, with Full List of Abbreviations by Frederick Howard Collins
gallop/*, a horse's movement ; -ed *, -er *, -ing* (see also galop). gallopade*, Hungarian dance, ...
by John McDonough, Karen Egolf
O«Galop was commissioned to transform King Gambrinus into the ...
by Joseph Segen
See Cholecystitis, Gallstone gallstone in bile duct Cholelithaisis, see there gallstone pancreatitis Inflammation of the pancreas due to common bile duct obstruction, with acute cholecystitis GALOP syndrome Neurology A cerebellar disorder ...
by J. M. Pinto
Gadier bosonuném ; mocutt galop. Corporal, eor'po- rat, a. Cuddicho; corporal. Corporation, cor-po-rri'xion, N. Zoinat ; niell. Corps, korz, N. Ponjicho vantto. Corpse, corps N. Moddem. Corpulence, cor'pn-lent, ...
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- Au galop
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- The Gunpowder Plot Galop
Title: The Gunpowder Plot galop.
Caption: The Gunpowder Plot Galop
Notes: A music cover illustration depicting Guy Fawkes, the conspirator, lighting matches over a barrel of gunpowder.
Image taken from The Gunpowder Plot galop.
Originally published/produced in London, 1866.
Source identifier: h.1485.q.(7.),
British Library Shelfmark: h.1485.q.(7.)...
- Au galop
Photo credit: Domaine de Drogant
- Sturm marsch galop
Publication details: London, Musical Bouquet Office, ca.1850
Catalogue reference: 781.4 STU
- Danielle Feeding a Galop
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- Dad Feeding a Galop
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- Thorgal au galop
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- Zebra's in galop
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Video about Galop
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Scrabble value of G2A1L1O1P3
The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine