Overhead he could still hear the music of the “valse Amoureuse,” the swell of voices.
Oh, I do certainly hope he plays that lovely valse Poupée as an encore!
The hour for farewell struck, she gave him a rose, and he improvised a valse for her.
But he was lost upon the valse and struck languidly and out of time.
For by this time the quadrille has come to an end, and a valse has struck up.
Doll was engaged to Peggy for this valse, but he had forgotten it.
She was so surprised that this "grave and reverend signor," as she called him, should be able to valse!
It is our valse, Althea, and I have been looking forward to it all the evening.
For piano there is a czardas, and a "valse 138 Élégante" for eight hands; it is more Viennese than Chopinesque.
"I should like one turn, just one turn of this valse," she pleaded.