An allemande is a German dance (the word itself is French) in 4/4 time, often the first dance in a baroque dance suite, where it is frequently followed by a courante, a more rapid dance...
[al-uh-mand, -mahnd, al-uh-mand, al-uh-mahnd; French aluh-mahnd]
a 17th- and 18th-century dance in slow duple time.
a piece of music based on its rhythm, often following the prelude in the classical suite.
a figure performed in a quadrille.
a German folk dance in triple meter, similar to the ländler.
An allemande is a renaissance and baroque dance, and one of the most popular
instrumental dance styles in baroque music, with notable examples by ...
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Define allemande: a musical composition or movement (as in a baroque suite) in
moderate tempo and duple or quadruple time.
Jul 20, 1998 ... Allemande, processional couple dance with stately, flowing steps, fashionable in
16th-century aristocratic circles; also an 18th-century figure ...
The Allemande or Deutschen originated in Germany in the early 16th century,
then on to France where it entered Paris through Alsac, then the Rhineland, while
Allemande definition, a 17th- and 18th-century dance in slow duple time. See
1.2 A figure in country dancing in which adjacent dancers link arms or join hands
and make a full or partial turn: ''Pass through, ends crossfold, left allemande.''.