9 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for MINUET.
|Friday, October 22, 2010||46D||It often includes a trio||Scott Atkinson|
|Tuesday, March 3, 2009||4D||Stately dance in 3/4 time||Jeffrey Wechsler|
|Sunday, March 30, 2008||4D||Stately dance with short steps||Paula Gamache|
|Tuesday, December 27, 2005||31A||Steps out of France||Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon|
|Sunday, January 18, 2004||64A||It's done in the form of an S or a Z||Arlan and Linda Bushman|
|Sunday, August 25, 2002||56D||Dance music||Randolph Ross|
|Friday, June 2, 2000||56A||Ballroom dance||Manny Nosowsky|
|Sunday, January 16, 2000||86A||"The ___ of the Courtiers" from "Rigoletto"||Fred Piscop|
|Thursday, September 22, 1994||30A||13-Down dance in triple meter||George Quincy|
2 results for MINUET from Variety puzzles.
|November 13, 2016||acrostic||F||Dance popular at the court of King Louis XIV||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
|July 12, 2009||diagramless||52A||Stately dance||Jim Hyres|
14 results for MINUET from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Sunday, August 13, 1989||76A||Dance in 3/4 time||Nancy W. Atkinson||Maleska|
|Friday, June 30, 1989||34A||Stately dance||Rhonda Kraus||Maleska|
|Wednesday, February 1, 1989||46D||Graceful 18th-century dance||Christy Ridley||Maleska|
|Sunday, March 22, 1987||58A||Symphonic movement||Ernst Theimer||Maleska|
|Sunday, August 17, 1986||51A||Beethoven's is in G||Alfio Micci||Maleska|
|Sunday, July 13, 1986||111A||Dance for Washington||Barbara Lunder Gillis||Maleska|
|Sunday, April 1, 1984||25D||Stately court dance||Frances Hansen||Maleska|
|Tuesday, July 20, 1982||44D||Haydn specialty||John Greenman||Maleska|
|Sunday, September 19, 1971||80D||Mozart piece||Diana Sessions||Weng|
|Tuesday, June 22, 1971||27A||Paderewski work||Unknown||Weng|
|Sunday, July 14, 1963||67A||Dance craze of Louis XIV.||Jack Luzzatto||Farrar|
|Sunday, October 23, 1960||23A||Dance.||Thomas Meekin||Farrar|
|Friday, January 22, 1954||10D||Slow, graceful dance.||Isaac Kert||Farrar|
|Tuesday, July 28, 1953||33A||18th century dance.||Edward Buckler||Farrar|