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Definition of the noun allemande

What does allemande mean as a name of something?

noun - plural:

  • allemande: allemandes
  • Allemande: Allemandes

  1. egg-thickened veloute
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • synonym of allemande: allemande sauce
    • more generic word: sauce = flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food

Alternative definition of the noun allemande


  1. A popular instrumental dance form in Baroque music, and a standard element of a suite, generally the first or second movement.


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  1. Allemande: An allemande is one of the most popular instrumental dance forms in Baroque music, and a standard element of a suite. Originally, the allemande formed the first movement of the suite, before the courante, but, later, it was often preceded by an introductory movement, such as a prelude.
  2. Allemande is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.

Phrases with Allemande

  1. Allemande Left
  2. allemande sauce

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Google previewRecorder for Beginners

An Easy Beginning Method by Susan Lowenkron

An Allemande is a German dance. Composers of all nationalities ...

Google previewThe New York Times Guide to Essential Knowledge (2011)

A Desk Reference for the Curious Mind by New York Times

Allemande As derived from German and Swiss peasant dance, the allemande is a dance in 4/4 or duple time ...

Google previewA Style and Usage Guide to Writing About Music (2010)

by Thomas Donahue

The term allemande is the French word for “German.” Genre terms such as “ allemande” are not italicized. An example of suspending a rule for a particular reason may be seen in section 7.4. There the question of plurals of non-English terms is ...

Google previewSyntagma Musicum III (2004)

by Michael Praetorius

Allemande means the same thing as a German ditty or little dance, as Alemagnameans Germany and un Alemand is a German. This dance is not as agile and quick as a galliard, but rather more somber and slow and with no extraordinary ...

Google previewThe Quelbe Commentary 1672-2012 (2014)

by Dale Francis

The allemande is a moderately fast duple meter composition that begins with a short up beat and continues with its smooth ...

Google previewEthnic Food Lover's Companion (2010)

A Sourcebook for Understanding the Cuisines of the World by Zibart Eve

Allemande (all mond): “German,” but in reference to its pale color rather than its actual origin; sauce allemande is a basic white sauce, but the use of the word may imply horseradish or vinegar or sour cream in the recipe. Alsacienne (all zah ...

Google previewElements of Music, Harmony & Counterpoint, Rhythm, Analysis, & Musical Form (1896)

by Thomas Handel Bertenshaw

The Allemande is a somewhat quick movement in * time, beginning with anjncpmplejejbar. It is marked by constant movement in semiquavers, ~> The Courante is in J or * time, rather gjjick, and marked by_much cross-accent. The Sarabande ...

Google previewThe American Kitchen Magazine (1896)

A l'Allemande is a surname given to dishes to which French cooks have applied German provincial peculiarities of preparation. The most frequent application is to a dish with a garnish of sauerkraut FRENCH SURNAMES OF DISHES. 223.

Google previewDenis Diderot's 'Rameau's Nephew' (2014)

A Multi-media Edition by Marian Hobson

The allemande is a dance in two with moderate tempo, but one that permits great virtuosity in the playing of the violin over a simple basso continuo; composed of two sections with repeats, it is well balanced between the keys of G and D major.

Google previewMusic for the Piano (1954)

A Handbook of Concert and Teaching Material from 1580 to 1952 by James Friskin, Irwin Freundlich

The beautiful Allemande is a test for musical phrasing; the Courante and Bourree tax the player's rhythmic control; the Sarabande is easy and melodious; the Gavotte and Loure call for delicate accentuation; and in the brilliant and popular ...

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Musical Terms (1884)

To which is Prefixed an Introduction to the Elements of Music by Frederick Niecks

Allemande (q.v.). Allemande (Fr.). (1) A German national dance still in vogue among the peasants of Bavaria, Suabia, Baden, and Northern ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles H. Bader

ALLEMANDE. A thick sauce made from meat stock with egg yolks and lemon juice. ALLIGATOR. Don't be surprised when you sit down at that upscale restaurant and see alligator steak on the menu. This is a...


Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

A large sardine allemande (Frl The term applied to dishes garnished with German specialities such as sauerkraut,

garnished with noodles and mashed potatoes allemande, sauce (En & Frl fem. white veloute sauce thickened with egg ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Pianists and Composers for the Pianoforte (1895)

With an Appendix of Manufacturers of the Instrument by Ernst Pauer

Allemande, Courante, Gigue, G min. ; No. 7 (Suite), Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Gigue, B flat ; No. 8 (Suite), Allemande, All,: g_ro, Courante, Aria, Menuetto, Gavotte, Gigue, G ; No. 9, Chaconne. with 62 Variations in G. Third ...

Google previewGrove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1909)

by John Alexander Fuller-Maitland

The first mode is clearly illustrated by the Courante of the third Partita in A minor as follows:– The Allemande of the fourth Suite Anglaise supplies a remarkable example of free inversion of figures and parts at the same time:— The other point, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of music and musicians (A.D. 1450-1889) (1890)

...edited by Sir George Grove...with appendix by J. A. Fuller Maitland... by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland

The first mode is clearly illustrated by the Courante of the 3rd Partita in A minor as follows : The Allemande of the 4th Suite Anglaise supplies a remarkable example of free inversion of figures and parts at the same time. 1 The other point ...

Google previewA Practical Dictionary of Cookery (2012)

by Ethel Meyer

sauce (ALLEMANDE)—SAUCE (FOR BRAWN) sauce (osusvessy_sauce ( MAlTRE n'uo'rai.) :65 and a more irreparable one. One tahlcspoonful of sauce is usually enough to allow for each person, and 1 table spoonful over; of bread sauce ...

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