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broken cadence

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Interrupted cadence.

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cante hondo

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(Sp., ‘deep song’).

A popular Spanish singing style; the term is used to identify a strain of flamenco song characterized by intense expression.

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clausula

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(1) Cadence. Some medieval terms are clausula vera, perfect cadence; clausula falsa, interrupted cadence; clausula plagalis, plagal cadence; etc. (2) Section of medieval...

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The same as cadence.

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Alternative name for an interrupted cadence.

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Perfect cadence, i.e. chord of the dominant followed by that of the tonic.

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phrase

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Short section of a comp. into which the mus., whether vocal or instr., seems naturally to fall. Sometimes this is 4 measures, but shorter and longer phrases occur. It is an inexact term:...

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resolution

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The satisfactory following of a discordant chord (or of the discordant note in such a chord) with a concord or less acute discord.

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