Sometime around 1717, Johann Sebastian Bach composed the Suite in E minor for Lute, which includes a Bourée as the fifth of six movements. Over 250 years later, in 1968, Paul McCartney borrowed the Bourée as an inspiration for his song “Blackbird” on the Beatles' White Album. A year after that, the rock group Jethro Tull included the Bourée on their album Stand Up, providing even more evidence that Bach's music is ubiquitous in our culture. (For more information about what I'm saying, as well as a video showing how McCartney used the Bourée to create "Blackbird," see my blog titled “The Ubiquitous Bach”)
For what it's worth, a "Bourée" is a seventeenth-century French dance with two beats per measure.
Andreas Martin, Lute
Paul McCartney, "Blackbird"
Jethro Tull with Ian Anderson on flute at the AVO SESSION Basel, Switzerland