Definitions for sarabandˈsær əˌbænd
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music composed for dancing the saraband
a stately court dance of the 17th and 18th centuries; in slow time
A slow Spanish dance of Saracenic origin, to an air in triple time; also, the air itself.
She has brought us the newest saraband from the court of Queen Mab. -Sir W. Scott.
Origin: sarabande, zarabanda, from serbend.
a slow Spanish dance of Saracenic origin, to an air in triple time; also, the air itself
Origin: [F. sarabande, Sp. zarabanda, fr. Per. serbend a song.]
Saraband is a 2003 Swedish drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman, and his final film. It was made for Swedish television, but released theatrically in a longer cut outside Sweden. Its United States theatrical release, with English subtitles, was in July 2005. The Swedish television version is 107 minutes, while theatrical releases run just under 2 hours. The story is a sequel to Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage, bringing back the characters of Johan and Marianne. It is a co-production of Sweden, Italy, Germany, Finland, Denmark, and Austria.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sar′a-band, n. a slow Spanish dance, or the music to which it is danced; a short piece of music, of deliberate character, and with a peculiar rhythm, in ¾-time, the accent being placed on the second crotchet of each measure. [Sp. zarabanda; from Pers. sarband, a fillet for the hair.]
The numerical value of saraband in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of saraband in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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