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Dansa

Type:  

Structure, Metrical Requirement

 
Description: 

The dansa is an Occitan dance song. It usually has three verses, where the stanzas are separated into three parts with the first two identical in structure and the third matching the refrain or respos. The form was common in Southern France around the year 1300.

 
Origin: 

Occitan

 
Schematic: 
A bba(A) bba(A) bba(A)
 
See Also:  

Balada, Carol

 
Status: 

Incomplete

 

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