Branle De La Fosse Aux Loups (France)


Originally taught in the US by Roberto Bagnoli. The notes from France seem to indicate that it was introduced there by Andrée Fischer. The name translates as “Branle from the wolf pit”. Branles are circle dances from the Alsace region of Eastern France and the name refers to the side to side swaying motions typical of this style of dance. Dance notes

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