(italics) a ballet (1841) choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, with musical score by Adolphe Adam.
Also Gisele. a female given name, form of Elizabeth.
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How to use Giselle in a sentence
As her Giselle again confirmed, it is more than a mere resemblance.Carla Fracci, a reigning star of 20th-century ballet, dies at 84 | Emily Langer | May 30, 2021 | Washington Post
Her fidelity to the wan ethereality of the romantic style is what has made her one of the outstanding exponents of roles such as Giselle.Carla Fracci, a reigning star of 20th-century ballet, dies at 84 | Emily Langer | May 30, 2021 | Washington Post
That’s because the other four are virtual counterparts of members Karina, Giselle, Winter and NingNing.
Lindsay Ellingson, an “angel” for three years, said she had been inspired by Giselle and Heidi Klum.I Got Kicked Out Of The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show | Nico Hines | December 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
"I'm Giselle Prescott," she said, her smile revealing flecks of lipstick on her yellow teeth.The Five Arrows | Allan Chase
To contemplate La Giselle in all its bearings is a pleasure which is peculiarly appropriate to the season.
And now, having placed La Giselle plainly before your mental vision, I desire to rise to a personal explanation.
La Giselle is a grand ballet in which an elaborate plot is developed by the toes of some fifty young ladies.
The brothers surprise Vivarce on the stairs: was he coming from the room of Giselle or of Léonore?Plays, Acting and Music | Arthur Symons