farandole : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a lively dance from Provence; all the dancers join hands and execute various figures
- Said Archbishop Joachim Ndayen of the Central African Republic: "We didn't come thousands of kilometers to dance a farandole.
- Artist Matisse felt that the farandole, a sort of strumpets' ring-around-a-rosy popular at both music halls, would be a suitable subject for the grand staircase of a Moscow .
- After the lights went up, Lacroix joined the crowds and danced the farandole, the heels-up peasant dance of Provence.