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Bourée En Ré

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  1. Mar says:
    The Bouree is regarded as one of the most characteristic of the popular traditions of Auvergne which opened many balls of the time. The name indicates, in prior French, "wool" coming from the shearing and is sometimes called the "French Clog Dance" as some dancers do this in wooden clogs.
  2. Terr says:
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  5. Fenrim says:
    The second album from Montreal’s Ad Vielle Que Pourra transports you to another place and time. You’re in a Breton village, then in the heart of old Quebec, Cajun country, or a medieval court. There are waltzes, schottisches, polkas, and several French and Breton dances, all served on hurdy-gurdy, bombarde, accordion, Hungarian and Flemish bagpipes, flute, and various stringed instruments.
  6. Fehn says:
    The bourrée (Occitan: borrèia; also in England, borry or bore) is a dance of French origin and the words and music that accompany it. The bourrée resembles the gavotte in that it is in double time and often has a dactylic rhythm.
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  8. Kajibei says:
    May 30,  · While the bourrée is a truly French dance, it has its roots in the Biscay region of Spain during the 17th century. Characterized by a fast double-time beat, the bourrée quickly became an important part of French dancing, with the French dancers leading the charge into other countries during the latter 17th and early 18th centuries.
  9. Tulkis says:
    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lebègue, Nicolas, Œuvres de clavecin. Monaco: Editions de l'Oiseau-Lyre, © (OCoLC)

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