The courante, corrente, coranto and corant are some of the names given to a
family of triple metre dances from the late Renaissance and the Baroque era.
Courante, ( French: “running”) also spelled courant, Italian corrente, court dance
for couples, prominent in the late 16th century and fashionable in aristocratic ...
Feb 8, 2008 ... @starcommander55 IIRC, the French COURANTE is a fast dance, whereas ...
Depends on when and where... the tempo of a Courant could be ...
Courante definition, a dance dating back to the 17th century and characterized by
a running or gliding step. See more.
Jul 24, 2012 ... A version of a renaissance courante. As nobody really knows how it was danced,
this is our version filmed in Copenhagen.
1 : a dance of Italian origin marked by quick running steps. 2 : music in quick
triple time or in a mixture of <sup>3</sup>⁄2 and <sup>6</sup>⁄4 time. See words that rhyme with courante.
Jun 22, 2013 ... COURANTE (Ital. Corrente), (1) A dance of French origin, the name of which is
derived from courir, to run. It is in 3-2 time, of rather rapid ...
Dance with the Dowager: The Courante is a war table operation in Dragon Age:
Inquisition. It is...
courante (also It. corrente): a well known dance in the 16th century, the courante
became even more important in the 17th. A triple meter dance in binary form, ...
A 16th-century court dance characterized by short advances and retreats. 2.
Music The second movement of the classical baroque suite, typically following