BACH, Suite No. 3 in D Major (1729–1731), Fourth Movement: Bourrée - 1:06 

The bourrée is an even livelier dance, also in duple meter; it is the shortest movement of the suite. Its form is A A B B. Section A uses the full orchestra, including trumpets and timpani. Section B is three times as long as section A and alternates loud tutti passages with softer passages for strings and oboes.

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