An old French dance tune in common time.
Series of small, quick steps.
A 27th century French dance in duple meter.
(fr.) - old french dance, quick, in double time, often part of suites of pieces [back
A French dance from the 17th century in brisk duple time starting with a pickup; a musical composition with the rhythm of this dance. Cadence A cadence usually consists of two chords that provide musical punctuation at the end of phrases or sentences.
Lively French Baroque dance type in duple meter.
a lively dance in duple meter and binary form. It was a popular dance in Lullyâ€™s operas and at the court of Louis XIV, and retained its homophonic texture and simple rhythms as an independent instrumental work in the baroque.
A French dance in brisk duple time starting on the third quarter of the bar.