galanterien (Ger.), galanteries (Fr.). In the classical suite 3 movts. which were not looked upon as essential to the scheme but rather as interpolations of light relief. They usually comprised any of the following: minuet, gavotte, bourrée, passepied, loure, polonaise, air.
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