The pavane, pavan, paven, pavin, pavian, pavine, or pavyn is a slow
processional dance common in Europe during the 16th century ...
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Jul 31, 2010 ... Painfully simple...I'd never seen the pavane as a dance -- only heard the music.
Despite the simplicity it is rather elegant and you don't get ...
The Pavane (Pavane / Pavanne - French) or Pavin was a dance of Court (a
renaissance dance) and was called the "le grand bal" because it was used on
The pavan is a slow, processional court dance. All pavanes have a common
thread, that is they all have the same basic steps. The word pavan comes from ...
A slow, stately court dance of the 1500s and 1600s, usually in duple meter. 2.
The music for this dance. [French pavane, from Italian pavana, from feminine of ...
In this video viewers watch as Kentucky students dance the Pavane, a
processional dance from the Renaissance. The segment was recorded by KET in
1 : a stately court dance by couples that was introduced from southern Europe
into England in the 16th century. 2 : music for the pavane; also : music having the
Pavane definition, a stately dance dating from the 16th century. See more.
Pavan definition, a stately dance dating from the 16th century. See more.