Musical Dictionary

Musical Dictionary

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Fugue

A composition with two or more voices or parts, in which the melody (called the subject), is played by one voice/part and then replayed and modified by the other voices/parts. There are usually from two to five voices or parts.

Category: Types or styles of music




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Musical Dictionary

Musical Dictionary

Our Interactive Dictionary of Musical Terms®.

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Fugue

A composition with two or more voices or parts, in which the melody (called the subject), is played by one voice/part and then replayed and modified by the other voices/parts. There are usually from two to five voices or parts.

Category: Types or styles of music




Pronunciation:

Example:

 

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