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Definition of Fugued
1. fugue [v] - See also: fugue
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Literary usage of Fugued
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Musical World (1857)
"Still less will you require directions as to fugued pieces of the first kind, ... Not seldom will fugues or fugued pieces be presented to you, which demand ..."
2. Studies of the Eighteenth Century in Italy by Vernon Lee (1908)
"But the opera had from the earliest rejected the fugued concerted piece as too formal, too scientific, too difficult of execution, and too deadening of ..."
3. The Contemporary Review G (1891)
"Eduard Hanslick, of Vienna, writing of the two-fugued choruses, the •' Sanctus " and ... The fugued style was a thoroughly natural language to those masters ..."
4. The Standard Oratorios: Their Stories, Their Music, and Their Composers; a by George Putnam Upton (1886)
"The aria leads to the exquisitely constructed number, " And He shall purify," a fugued chorus closing in simple harmony. Once more the prophet announces, ..."
5. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1878)
"Mr. Parker may be proud of having written one of the beet choral fugued ... The fugued chorus IB almost a lost art, and to have written so strongly ..."
6. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1856)
"The elemental forces may melt in one inextricable mass (the fugued portions of ... Here we see the fugued style come out from the psychologically indefinite ..."
7. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1880)
"The theme of this march, treated in the fugued style, is of an original and gothic cut, and gives rise to charming melodic details. ..."