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The Burgundian Branle as described by Arbeau is of the same structure as the Double Branle, but played with a lighter feel. Musical sources however often give an irregular structure for this dance.
 
The Burgundian Branle as described by Arbeau is of the same structure as the Double Branle, but played with a lighter feel. Musical sources however often give an irregular structure for this dance.
 
It was originated when a woman went to feed a horse and started dancing. Others saw her and followed.
 
  
 
==Regional Branles==
 
==Regional Branles==

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