Part 1: 4 pavane sets (SSD): 3 forward, 1 back;
Part 2: 2 side singles left, double forward, 2 side singles right, double back (makes a square), bransle apart and together, and honour;
2 side singles right, double forward, 2 side singles left, double back (another square), bransle apart and together, and honour.
This dance may also be essayed as a coranto.
A variation that fits the music is in the box section, for the dancers to do the second pair of side singles using canto and rispondu. That is to say, one dancer does a single to the side, and is “answered” by the other dancer, then that again.
The Braye Pavan
.ij. syngles .j. duble .iij. tymes fore & .j. backe ; .ij. syde syngles left, duble foreward, .ij. syde syngles right, duble back & thus a square, .ij. syde syngles apart & together & honour & that alle agayne to the contrarie, & soe ende.