Definition of Enigma canon
1. Noun. A canon in which the entrances of successive parts were indicated by cryptic symbols and devices (popular in the 15th and 16th centuries).
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Literary usage of Enigma canon
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1. Music Club Programs from All Nations: Giving an Historic Outline of Each by Arthur Elson (1907)
"The stricter forms of the day were also represented in Dunstable's writings, and in the British Museum is an enigma canon, by him, which has not yet been ..."