Fackeltanz (Torchlight Dance)

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  1. Fackeltanz definition is - a pavane for a ceremonial torchlight procession formerly celebrating a royal marriage in certain German courts.
  2. Fackeltanz (Ger.). ‘Torch dance’, more often a torchlight procession to mus. Spontini, Meyerbeer, and others have comp. these dances, which were usually part of a wedding or similar celebration. Source for information on Fackeltanz: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music dictionary.
  3. Nov 27,  · fackeltanz: A torchlight procession, a survival from medieval tournaments, Borrowing from German Fackeltanz ("torch dance"). Examples. Scripps National Spelling Bee, sailed through four rounds before stumbling on the German word "fackeltanz." undefined.
  4. The Torch or Torchlight dance was related to the old Sword dances and is considered a German dance but it hails from Scotland and was refined in France, then finally Germany. It was introduced in at the Court of derspaspecatere.piasoftnerdvaxoolicoramnungwritresand.co the tapers carried by the noblemen were many-colored, this was specially usual at weddings.
  5. Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.
  6. Fackeltanz No.4 (Meyerbeer, Giacomo) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 1 Composition Year Fackeltänze, Overtures, Marches, Ballet Music", the Fackeltanze, or Torch Dances, were intended for torchlight processions at Prussian royal weddings. In this form, they were played by trumpets and trombones. According to Letellier, the music.
  7. Much of the ceremony was curtailed; there was no Fackeltanz, or torchlight dance. Engagement photo of Princess Viktoria of Prussia and Prince Adolf of Schaumburg-Lippe. Viktoria and Adolf had a long honeymoon, during which they travelled throughout Europe and the Mediterranean, stopping in Greece to visit Viktoria's sister Sophie.
  8. May 18,  · It was a torch dance, or torchlight dance, or fackeltanz or what ever it is called around Europe. ;D This is a tradition that was revived by the mother of Gustaf, there are no records of exactly how this polonaise based dance was performed though. We only know that it was performed after all the festivities when the pair would go to bed, the.

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