A dance performed by two persons in circular figures with a whirling motion; also, a piece of music composed in triple measure for this kind of dance.
To dance a waltz.
A popular 19th century dance in 3/4 time.
triple-meter dance that emerged in the late 18th century and remains extremely popular in ballrooms today, particularly in its most famous incarnationâ€”the Viennese waltz.
music composed in triple time for waltzing
a ballroom dance in triple time with a strong accent on the first beat
a ballroom dance in three-quarter time with strong accent on the first beat and a basic pattern of step-step-close
Ballroom dance type in triple meter; in the Romantic era, a short, stylized piano piece.
A ballroom dance in 3/4 time which first developed in Vienna as a fast paced dance to the Strauss music of the time, and eventually evolved into the slower version we now know as Waltz (or Slow Waltz).
a nineteenth century dance in triple meter
A ballroom style dance in 3/4 time which first developed in Vienna as a fast paced dance to Strauss and other music of the time, and later developed into the Slow Waltz and Contra Waltz. Many folk traditions have a form of Waltz, and most are still danced today.
A waltz (G.: Walzer, It.: Valzer, Fr.: Valse, Cat.: Vals) is a ballroom and folk dance in time, done primarily in closed position. The most common basic figure of a waltz is a full turn in two measures using three steps per measure.
Waltz is a piece of music with a time signature of 3/4 time, often associated with the dance of the same name, a waltz has a 1.2.3. - 1.2.3. count.
Waltz is one of the five dances of the "Standard" category of the International Style ballroom dances. It was previously referred to as Slow Waltz.