Definition of Faburden. Meaning of Faburden. Synonyms of Faburden

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Definition of Faburden

Faburden
Faburden Fab"ur*den (f[a^]b"[u^]r*den), n. [F. faux bourdon. See False, and Burden a verse.] 1. (Mus.) (a) A species of counterpoint with a drone bass. (b) A succession of chords of the sixth. [Obs.] 2. A monotonous refrain. [Obs.] --Holland.

Meaning of Faburden from wikipedia

- consonances at the ends of phrases, faburden was a schematic method of harmonization of an existing chant; in the case of faburden, the chant was in the middle...
- pipe of a bagpipe, sometimes called a bourdon Faux bourdon, fauxbourdon, faburden or falsobordone, terms applied (without perfect consistency) to a variety...
- Dunstaple and other English composers, partly through the local technique of faburden (an improvisatory process in which a chant melody and a written part predominantly...
- nobis is sung as part of the complete psalm, presumably to plainsong or faburden. When the kyng had p****ed through the felde & saw neither resistence nor...
- eight secular boys to play the organs and to sing "triple song" (possibly faburden). 1391 1 FebruaryAntonio Zacara da Teramo, a singer in the papal chapel...
- expansion of the song school system. A stress was placed on the technique of Faburden, which allowed easy harmonisation according to strict rules. The captivity...
- 58). In early Tudor England, the Latin hymn was sung in three parts as a faburden with two voices added, one above and one below the plainchant. Polyphony...
- Musicological Society 8, no. 2 (Summer):, 144–47. Trowell, Brian. 1959. "Faburden and Fauxbourdon". Musica Disciplina 8:43–78. Waite, William. 1952. "Discantus...
- of Portugal. Each variation is titled by various musical forms, such as Faburden, Canto Carnascialescho, Freistimmigkeit, Menuet, Gigue, Sarabande, and...
- "for beginners") Fabordon y glosas [del primer, segundo, [...] tono] (faburdens with 3 glosas or divisions in upper, b**** and inner voices for each tone)...
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