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There were a number of pieces of music from as early as 1550 called ''Branle de Village'', and they seem to have gained popularity in the early [[17th century]]. Musically they usually incorporated "rustic" features in their melody, such as repeated notes. It is clear from the Robert Ballard lute music however that the ''Branle de Village'' was not associated with one specific dance as the structure differs significantly between pieces.
 
There were a number of pieces of music from as early as 1550 called ''Branle de Village'', and they seem to have gained popularity in the early [[17th century]]. Musically they usually incorporated "rustic" features in their melody, such as repeated notes. It is clear from the Robert Ballard lute music however that the ''Branle de Village'' was not associated with one specific dance as the structure differs significantly between pieces.
  
==Branle Choreographies==
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{{Branles}}
 
 
*[[Aridan Branle]]
 
*[[Breton Branle]]
 
*[[Burgundian Branle]]
 
*[[Candlestick Branle]]
 
*[[Cassandra Branle]]
 
*[[Charlotte Branle]]
 
*[[Clog Branle]]
 
*[[Double Branle]]
 
*[[Gavotte]]
 
*[[Gay Branle]]
 
*[[Haut Barrois Branle]]
 
*[[Hay Branle]]
 
*[[Hermits Branle]]
 
*[[Horses Branle]]
 
*[[Maltese Branle]]
 
*[[Montarde Branle]]
 
*[[Official Branle]]
 
*[[Pease Branle]]
 
*[[Pinagay Branle]]
 
*[[Poitou Branle]]
 
*[[Scottish Branle]]
 
*[[Single Branle]]
 
*[[War Branle]]
 
*[[Washerwomen's Branle]]
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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