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sarabande

saraband

/ (ˈsærəˌbænd) /
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noun
a decorous 17th-century courtly dance
music a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance, in slow triple time, often incorporated into the classical suite
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Word Origin for sarabande

C17: from French, from Spanish zarabanda, of uncertain origin

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