Les quatres Branles, from Danserye (cello duo)


Title: Les quatres branles, from Danserye (1551)

Composer: Tielman Susato, arr. David Gable

Instrumentation: Two Cellos

Printout: 2 pages

Note: Despite the title “the four branles”, there are only three sections in this renaissance era dance. A Branle (variously spelled and pronounced like “brawl”) is a line dance that was popular in the 12th century. The Cello 1 part is written in tenor clef.


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