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How to use polonaise in a sentence
More of the Chopinesque than in the Polonaise may be discovered in the Introduction, which was less of a piece d'occasion.
The A flat major Polonaise (Op. 53), for instance, he could not thunder forth in the way we are accustomed to hear it.
There is also a healthy vigour, which, for instance, in the A major Polonaise assumes a brilliantly-heroic form.
My cheval de bataille was the Polonaise from Mignon, at the end of which I had introduced some chromatic trills.
Taken as a whole, Felina was a successful part for me; largely on account of that piece of glittering generalities, the Polonaise.