Bourrée

The bourrée (also borrèia) is a dance of French origin common in Auvergne and Biscay in Spain in the 17th century. It is danced in quick double time, somewhat resembling the gavotte. The main difference between the two is the anacrusis, or upbeat; a bourrée starts on the last beat of a bar, creating a quarter-bar anacrusis, whereas a gavotte ha...
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Bourree

• (n.) An old French dance tune in common time.
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Bourrée

Bour·rée noun [ French] (Mus.) An old French dance tune in common time.
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bourree

a French or Spanish dance, usually in quick duple time, starting on an upbeat; similar to the Gavotte, and often found in the old suites.
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bourrée

French folk dance with many varieties, characteristically danced with quick, skipping steps. The dancers occasionally wear wooden clogs to emphasize ...
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Bourree

The bourree is a dance of French or Spanish origin. As a musical form,
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