A stately, marchlike Polish dance, mostly a promenade by couples.
songs for or on the basis of the old-fashioned rhythm for this party, having triple meter.
a lady's gown of the 18th century, having a fitted bodice and draped cutaway skirt, used over a more elaborate underskirt.
A stately Polish party in triple some time moderate tempo.
Music with this dance.
A woman's dress having a strong bodice and a skirt divided showing a coloured underskirt.
The Polish language.
articles of gown for females, composed of a body and an outer dress without trouble.
A stately Polish dance tune, in 3-4 measure, starting always from the beat with a quaver followed by a crotchet, and closing regarding beat after a very good accent on the second beat; also, a-dance adapted to such music; a polacca.
A light open dress looped up in the sides, showing leading of a more elaborate petticoat, and much longer behind, worn toward the close of this eighteenth century; in addition, the same but plainer dress, not so much drawn straight back, and draped much more merely, worn at the present time.
some sort of overcoat, quick and usually experienced and bordered with fur, donned by males who affected a semi-military gown during the first one-fourth of this nineteenth century.
A Polish dance, consisting primarily of a march or promenade for the performers in procession.
Music for such a promenade, or in its particular rhythm, that will be triple and stately, with a characteristic unit for the first beat of the steps, and a capricious ending of this phrases on final beat.
a lady's dress with a strong bodice and an overskirt attracted back into unveil a colorful underskirt