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Jig

A slang term for positive momentum.
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Quick decrit la maniere dont elle a appris la gigue de la Riviere rouge, mettant de l'avant l'importance pour elle de ce type de connaissance kinesthesique pour sa comprehension d'ensemble de la signification de la gigue de la Riviere rouge.
A gigue (Example 1) can be readily identified by the "swing" of its compound meter and is easily distinguished from a minuet (Example 2) in a lilting triple meter.
164) of one of these movements in particular: the Gigue from Partita 3, which Bach continued to tinker with after publication of the entire collection in 1731.
He would rise sharply into a fifth sous-sus to explode into a buoyant jump, peppered with the gigue, czardas, or mazurka of his beloved character dance.
I can't get three hours of practicing in, but I can read through and write in fingering for this Beethoven sonata a student is learning, work on the Gigue of the Bach French Suite I am learning, memorize another line (OK, maybe another measure) of the Bolcom rag I am playing on my upcoming studio recital, and spend 30 good minutes with a flute sonata I am playing with a colleague in a month.
dessen Creulz fur mich and the gigue rhythm at the conclusion of Es muB die Sinnen fa erfreuen.
Her coolly executed Dansons La Gigue (words by Verlaine) gives glimpses of hidden depths, while even the Beatles' Norwegian Wood has an air of complex emotions hitherto untapped.
The second index separates the works first by tonality and genre, then genre alone, while the third lists the twenty-six pieces with characteristic titles (such as the gigue "la Verdinguette," G.
The next difficult variation is Variation 7, which is even less difficult than the rhythmically similar Gigue from French Suite No.
His flawless technique delivered quicksilver runs, intelligent and charming clarity in all part-playing and a complex Gigue in which a hair-raising double fugue posed no apparent problems.
It is a great teaching tool, with contents including Gavotte, Adagio, Gigue, Rondeau, L'Italiene, L'Inconstante, La Legere and Vivace.
If the numbers in the manuscript do indeed reflect a lost source, then it was certainly more clearly organized, having the following basic order: allemandes, duos, gigue-like pieces, pavanes, more gigues, courantes, sarabandes, arrangements of instrumental music, preludes, vaudevilles (see table 2).