This piece is the Re-Deco version of Lovers' waltz, first launched in spring 2010.
It is inspired by one ... Other famous waltzes include those from The. Nutcracker ...
01007193 Lovers’ waltz (Re‐Deco) El vals de los novios (Re‐Deco)
The bride and groom take to the dance floor as family and friends look on with pent up emotion. The first notes strike up and the happy couple begin their first dance as man and wife. This piece is the Re‐Deco version of Lovers’ waltz, first launched in spring 2010. It is inspired by one of the moments all married couples remember with special fondness, the music that accompanies them forever and is still capable of tugging at their heartstrings whenever they hear it. Style: The white porcelain in the bride’s dress contrasts with the gray porcelain of the groom’s suit. The embroidery and details of her dress are depicted using platinum luster, whose glazed and matte finishes further enhance the ornamentation. Also worth underscoring is the bride’s bouquet, made up of lilies instead of the rosebuds in the original piece. Purchasing motives: An engagement, anniversary, wedding…
The waltz is a slow elegant ballroom dance. Originating from Tyrol (Austria) in the 12th century, the waltz was adopted by the royal court in Vienna in the 1760s, and soon spread to other countries. Some believe that the waltz had its origin in the volte, a dance in three/four time from the 16th century. The word waltz comes from the 17th century from "walzen" (German for the verb “to turn”), when it was introduced in the opera and ballet. Frédéric Chopin, the Polish composer and pianist, created a large number of excellent waltzes including the famous Minute Waltz. Other famous waltzes include those from The Nutcracker Suite, Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky. Strauss is a name forever associated with the waltz, especially Johann Strauss (the younger) with Viennese Blood, Lovers’ Waltz or Emperor Waltz among many others. 01008107
30 x 21 cm
01008509 Spring Introductions 2013
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