Suddenly a long dancing line formed, a farandole, and it began to run and leap, growing at each twist and turn.
Inside the ballroom the orchestra was still playing the farandole.
At last we got on towards the end, and they began the farandole.
As in the dance called the farandole, where a number of people join bands and dance in a long line.
Then a bonfire was lit, and the peasants with garlands on their heads danced the farandole round it.
It took the place of a master of ceremonies, our farandole, and acted as an excellent solvent of formalities.
When this rite was ended, the music shifted to a livelier key and straightway a farandole was formed.