The galliard was a form of Renaissance dance and music popular all over
Europe in the 16th century. It is mentioned in dance ...
Jun 26, 2010 ... performed in the Drummond school, Edinburgh, by Khafiz, David, Alena (the
dance teacher), and Carmen, on the 26th of June 2010.
Galliard, (French gaillard: “lively”), vigorous 16th-century European court dance.
Its four hopping steps and one high leap permitted athletic gentlemen to show ...
Galliard The galliard was one of the most popular and iconic dances of the late
Renaissance, in England and across Europe. It was Elizabeth I's favorite dance, ...
This article serves as a quick introduction to one of the most important dance
forms of the Renaissance, the galliard (as well as its close cousin, the tourdion).
All three dancing masters contributed detailed treatises on social dance that ... (
See Video Clip 46),. Galliard. Recognized as the most virtuosic dance type of the
The Galliard or Galliarde (French) was originally known as Cing-pas (five steps)
in France as well as the Gagliarde or gagliarda in Italy. The earliest writings of ...
Oct 15, 2014 ... Dances were often paired: one in a relatively slow duple meter with another in a
faster triple meter, as in the pavane and galliard described ...
A spirited dance in triple time, popular in France in the 1500s and 1600s. 2. The
music for this dance. adj. Archaic. Spirited; lively.
Sep 24, 2007 ... As a dance, the galliard is improvised, with dancers combining together patterns
of steps which occupy one or more measures of music. In one ...