Monday, 4 February 2013

Tune 159 - Horses Bransle




A French dance tune collected by Thoinot Arbeau (1520-1595).

X:212
T:Horses Bransle
M:4/4
L:1/4
K:G
G>A BB|c>B Ac|B>A GF|E2 D2|
G>A BB|c>B Ac|BG AF|G2 G2:||
d c/B/ A/B/ c|c B/A/ G/A/ B|AG FG|A2 A2|
d c/B/ A/B/ c|c B/A/ G/A/ B|AG FA|G2 G2:||_B A/G/ _B A/G/|FG A2|DE FG|A_B AG|
_B A/G/ _B A/G/|FG A2|DE FG|AG G2:|


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    1. From Wikipedia
      A branle also bransle, brangle, brawl, brawle, brall(e), braul(e), or (Scot.) brantle (OED)) is a type of French dance popular from the early 16th to the present, danced by couples in either a line or a circle. The term also refers to the music and the characteristic step of the dance.

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