Cour may refer to:

  • Air de cour, secular vocal music type
  • Cour d'assises, a jury court in France (and other countries)
  • Cour d'Honneur, architectural term for a three-sided courtyard
  • Cour des Comptes, a French institution
  • Cour Saint-Émilion (Paris Metro), a metro station in Paris
  • Haute Cour of Jerusalem, the council of the Kingdom of Jerusalem
  • Musette de cour, a bagpipe like instrument

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Other articles related to "cour":

Colinette à La Cour
... Colinette à la cour, ou La double épreuve, is a comédie lyrique (comic opera) in three acts written by André Grétry in 1782 to a French libretto by Jean-Baptiste Lourdet de Santerre ...
History - 12th-20th Centuries - Grand Louvre and The Pyramids
... form of an almost rectangular structure with the Sully Wing to the east containing the square Cour Carrée and the oldest parts of the Louvre and two wings which wrap the Cour Napoléon, the ... and proposed a glass pyramid to stand over a new entrance in the main court, the Cour Napoléon ...
Cour-Cheverny - Important Historical Landmarks
... The name Cour-Cheverny has its origins in the vulgar Latin word, curtis, meaning farm ... It seems likely, then, that the village of Cour-Cheverny was once a large piece of land belonging to the nearby village of Cheverny ... the years the village has had other names, such as Cour-en-Sologne, the name by which it was known up until the 19th century ...
Cour - People
... Michaela Dornonville de la Cour, a singer with Army of Lovers Poul la Cour, a Danish wind turbine pioneer ...
Canton Of Courçon - Communes of Courçon
... The canton of Courçon contains 14 communes and has 9,121 inhabitants ... Population INSEE code Postal code Angliers 17009 ... Benon 17041 ... Courçon 1,097 17127 ... Cramchaban 17132 ... Ferrières 362 ...