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The Bouree is
Bourrée, French folk dance with many varieties, characteristically danced with quick, skipping steps. The dancers occasionally wear wooden clogs to emphasize the sounds made by their feet.
Stylized bourrées in 2/4 or 4/4 time (folk bourrées also occur in 3/8 time) have been composed as abstract musical pieces since the mid-16th century. In such 18th-century suites as those of Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel,
The bourrée was among the dances from which ballet derived its early steps. The pas de bourrée(“bourrée step”) has been variously elaborated; it is usually a small, quick step executed in preparation for a larger step. Pas de bourrée couru (“running bourrée”) is a smooth run on the toes, with the feet close together (first or fifth positions).
An example of the dance can be seen on this video