La Danse De Cleves - Avis Dei - Early European Dance (CD, Album)

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  • Early European Dance, an album by Avis Dei on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Avis Dei "Early European Dance" (SKMR) by Avis Dei, released 15 March 1. Saltarello «La Regina» + Ductia 2. Rondo (Tielman Susato) 3. Petit Vrien 4. Ballo Anello 5. Rostiboli Jioioso 6. La Danse de Cleves 7. Mohrentanz (Tielman Susato ) 8. Pavane «Bittre Reue» 9. Pavane «Belle a qui tient ma vie»
  • Label: Arcade - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic • Style: Eurodance.
  • Sep 18,  · The Dance of Cleves, a Burgundian dance tune. It's one of the many basse dances in the Brussels Bibliothèque Royal Albert 1, a stunning manuscript prepared at .
  • Amazon MusicでAvis DeiのEarly European Dance をチェック。 Early European Dance. Avis Dei. 5つ星のうち 1 La danse de Cleves 7 Mohrentanz 8 Bittre Reue (Pavane) 9 Puis que viure en seritude (Gaillarde)
  • La Danse De Cleves. Source: Brussels MS. Dance Type: basse danse. Number of dancers: 2. Choreography: How much do we actually know about this dance? The first section is fairly solid - the steps are written under the notes in the usual way - but the final step, interpreted above as "double backwards" is given as a d with a funny squiggle.

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