I always enjoyed seeing her dance the branle de la Torche, or du Flambeau.
All but Bibine, who was left swinging in his branle with only Loka for company.
The movement towards the dominant note in this branle may be regarded as a latent modulation.
The baby who has not swung in a branle does not know the quintessence of baby luxury.
It was originally a branle of Poitou, derived from the Courante.
The branle in its original form had steps like the Allemande.
Each returning sabbath saw Whitehall lighted up, and heard the tabors sound for a branle, (Anglicised 'brawl').
The branle was at once formed, and Francezka, as on the night before, led it with Count Saxe.
Monseigneur the Duc de Bourgogne danced on this occasion for the first time; and led off the 'branle' with Mademoiselle.
The branle (not the dance, but as used here) is called Congedium by Anthoine Arena.