fugue

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  • noun

Synonyms for fugue

dissociative disorder in which a person forgets who they are and leaves home to creates a new life

a dreamlike state of altered consciousness that may last for hours or days

a musical form consisting of a theme repeated a fifth above or a fourth below its first statement

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In addition to the CMS building deal, Fugal worked closely with Alpine Home Medical to acquire an office building located at 13065 South and 132 East in Draper.
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Excited by the growth potential this transaction brings to northern Utah County, Coldwell Banker Commercial's Brandon Fugal said, "This transaction has great potential to attract other Fortune 500 companies to the North Utah County area, which could further ignite economic growth in Utah and surrounding communities.
The Dies Irae, the climax of the Sanctus and the fugal ending to Libera Me were choral tours de force.
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And in producing this, he was inspired to compile an equally jaw-dropping collection, his testament of fugal writing entitled 'The Art of Fugue'.
He also composed an alternative, bipartite fugal finale for the Septet entitled "La vie s'ouvre devant toi--Va, librement
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Mosaic," a collaboration between assistant professor Christian Cherry (composer) and associate professor Steven Chatfield (director and choreographer), is loosely based on fugal structure, using ambient textures of contemporary music.
It might have sounded a little overly strident in the fugal passage, but that soon melted away, compensated by a full string sound and a truly excellent lower brass ensemble.
During March 2000, the Company completed a merger with Niels Fugal Sons Company ("Fugal") in a business combination accounted for as a pooling of interests; and, accordingly, the Company's historical financial statements include the results of Fugal for all periods presented.
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The ground bass (a recurring cyclical pattern underpinning whatever is going on above) was over-present in these offerings, and it came as a welcome relief when Stefano Montanari's excellent Accademia Bizantina, in their final purely instrumental contribution, turned to the fugal textures of Purcell's Sonata in G major.
22; there is bittersweet irony in a composer so famously oppressed by institutional rules willingly submitting himself to the strict rigors of fugal writing, and producing such a hauntingly beautiful composition as a result.