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Rondeau | Define Rondeau at Dictionary.com

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noun, plural rondeaux [ron-dohz, ron-dohz] ) 1. Prosody. a short poem of fixed form, consisting of 13 or 10 lines on two rhymes and having the opening words or phrase ...

Rondeau (forme fixe) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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A rondeau (plural rondeaux) is a form of medieval and Renaissance French poetry, as well as the corresponding musical chanson form. Together with the ballade and the ...

Rondeau - Definition and Cooking Information - RecipeTips.com

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Rondeau cooking information, facts and recipes. A wide, round, pot that is fairly shallow, allowing steam to disperse quickly for searing and poaching.

Poetic Form: Rondeau | Academy of American Poets

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The rondeau began as a lyric form in thirteenth-century France, popular among medieval court poets and musicians. Named after the French word for "round," the rondeau ...

What Is a Rondeau? - Poetry

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Rondeau defined, in our glossary of poetic forms, with links to examples of poems written in rondeau form.

Jean-Joseph Mouret: Rondeau from "Sinfonie de Fanfares ...

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Jean-Joseph Mouret 1682-1738 Rondeau from "Sinfonie de Fanfares" Markus Wuersch, trumpet Peter Solomon, organ Recorded at Catholic Church Stans, Switzerland

Examples of Rondeau : Poetry through the Ages

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Renaissance hits. The rondeau derived from two main sources: the rondel, a short repeating-line poem; and the rondeaux, courtly songs that, with their catchy ...

Mouret "Rondeau" (the theme from PBS Masterpiece Theater ...

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"Rondeau" (AKA the theme from PBS Masterpiece Theater) by Jean-Joseph Mouret (1682-1738); Postlude 02 September 2007 J. W. Steere & Son Organ Co., Opus 701

Rondeau | Definition of Rondeau by Merriam-Webster

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Rondeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Rondeau may refer to: In the arts. Rondeau (forme fixe), a Medieval and Renaissance poetic and musical form; Rondo, also spelled "rondeau", a musical form from the ...