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Definition of Damoiselle

Damoiselle
Damosel Dam"o*sel (d[a^]m"[-o]*z[e^]l), Damosella Dam`o*sel"la (-z[e^]l"l[.a]), Damoiselle Da`moi`selle" (d[.a]`mw[aum]`z[e^]l"), n. See Damsel. [Archaic]

Meaning of Damoiselle from wikipedia

- La Damoiselle élue (The Blessed Damozel), L. 62, is a cantata for soprano soloist, 2-part children's choir, 2-part female (contralto) choir (with contralto...
- The Damoiselle, or the New Ordinary is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy by Richard Brome that was first published in the 1653 Brome collection Five...
- Nuits d'été & La damoiselle élue is a 51-minute studio album of songs by Hector Berlioz and a cantata by Claude Debussy performed by Frederica von Stade...
- by Pablo Pic****o Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, a 1967 musical film The Damoiselle, a 17th-century play by Richard Brome Mademoiselle (disambiguation) Damsel...
- the later 19th century. A small number of works, including the early La Damoiselle élue and the late Le Martyre de saint Sébastien have important parts for...
- conducted in 2017 at the Oper Frankfurt a double bill of Debussy's cantata La Damoiselle élue and Honegger's dramatic oratorio Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher, again staged...
- seigneurie of the Lys fell to their third son, Henri de Marcq, married to the damoiselle Louise de Boullan. Around 1650, Henri de Marcq died. The seigneurie du...
- of Navarre, had a group of five ladies (Dames) and maids-in-waiting (Damoiselles): in the 1480s, French ladies-in-waiting were divided into Femmes mariées...
- start of the second act of the opera Siegfried. In his early cantata La Damoiselle élue, Debussy uses a tritone to convey the words of the poem by Dante...
- secondly Guy Turpin, lord de Crisse Hanno Wijsman, "'Les Livres de la "damoiselle de Dreux': la bibliothèque d'une femme au seuil du XVe siècle", dans Anne-Marie...
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