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'''Basse Dance''' is a [[court]] [[dance]] of the early [[renaissance]]. It doesn't have rapid steps and leaps found in other dances of the same time. Basse dance lead to the [[pavane]].
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'''Basse Dance''' is a [[court]] [[dance]] of the early [[renaissance]], related to the Italian [[Bassa Danza]]. It doesn't have rapid steps and leaps found in other dances of the same time. Basse dance lead to the [[pavane]].
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Probably the most important [[primary source]] for Basse Dances is [[Brussels MS 9085]]. There are also four listed in Arbeau's ''[[Orchesography]]''
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* The Basse Dance Project - http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/almond/basse/
 
* The Basse Dance Project - http://www.pbm.com/~lindahl/almond/basse/

Revision as of 10:09, 28 August 2004

Basse Dance is a court dance of the early renaissance, related to the Italian Bassa Danza. It doesn't have rapid steps and leaps found in other dances of the same time. Basse dance lead to the pavane.

Probably the most important primary source for Basse Dances is Brussels MS 9085. There are also four listed in Arbeau's Orchesography

External Links