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wienervals {u}
Viennese waltz
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Translation for 'Viennese waltz' from English to Swedish

Viennese waltz
wienervals {u}dansmus.
Usage Examples English
  • She received on 4 December a perfect score of 10 from each of the four judges for her Viennese Waltz, becoming only the eighth celebrity (up until that point) to do so.
  • ... time) meant that it was similar in rhythm to the waltz, but the emphasis of the polka-mazurka was on the first beat of the bar as opposed to the waltz which places its beats on the last two as epitomised by the Viennese waltz with its heavily accentuated final two beats to the bar.
  • Pérez de Arteaga points out, this movement is really "a most morbid and sarcastic mockery of the Viennese waltz".
  • Viennese waltz (...) is a genre of ballroom dance. At least four different meanings are recognized.
  • Hector Berlioz himself paid tribute to the 'Father of the Viennese Waltz' by commenting that "Vienna without Strauss is like Austria without the Danube".
  • The operetta mingles jazz elements and other contemporary dance music with musical elements traditionally associated with Viennese waltz-opera and anticipates such works as "White Horse Inn" and Paul Abraham's "Victoria and Her Hussar".
  • Today both the faster Viennese Waltz, made forever popular by the Strauss family, and the slower American and International style waltzes are extremely popular with dancers of all ages.
  • His Ballroom Viennese Waltz received 26 but his 1980s themed Paso Doble received 24 being quoted by judge Len Goodman as "the scariest, bizarre Paso Doble we've ever seen" being awarded the last place on the judges' leaderboard for the first time.
  • Viennese waltz originated in Provence area in France in 1559 and is recognized as the oldest of all ballroom dances.
  • This can vary from as low as 25–27 MPM for international style rumba to as fast as 58–60 MPM for international style Viennese waltz.
  • He became well known for his fusion of Viennese waltz with Hungarian csárdás.
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