mid-15th century

Notes by Mistress Fabienne l'Accusee:
      This anonymous 15thC. dance piece is a particular favorite. It derives its name from the high leaps in the dance. It was usually proceeded by the passamezzo. The pavane and galliarde eventually surpassed this pair od dances in popularity in the early 1500's. The form of the original is a bit nebulous, so I based it on the most widely supposed structure of the piece.