faburden definition

  • noun:
    • a type of counterpoint with a drone bass.
    • A succession of chords of the 6th.
    • A monotonous refrain.
    • A species of counterpoint with a drone bass.
    • A succession of chords associated with 6th.
    • A monotonous refrain.
    • In medieval music: The rudest types of polyphony, consisting of a melody or cantus firmus utilizing the third and 6th put into each tone: not radically distinct from organum.
    • later on, the process or work of incorporating a simple counterpoint to a cantus, particularly by improvisation.
    • A drone-bass or a refrain; an encumbrance.
    • some sort of counterpoint with a drone bass.
    • A succession of chords associated with the sixth.
    • A monotonous refrain.
    • A species of counterpoint with a drone bass.
    • A succession of chords of the 6th.
    • A monotonous refrain.
    • In medieval music: The rudest style of polyphony, composed of a melody or cantus firmus utilizing the 3rd and 6th put into each tone: perhaps not radically different from organum.
    • later on, the process or act of adding an easy counterpoint to a cantus, especially by improvisation.
    • A drone-bass or a refrain; a burden.
  • others:
    • Monotonous.
    • Monotonous.

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