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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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Bach's Trio Sonata in C sparkled with appropriate Baroque registration, although Jacobs' use of the swell pedal probably offended purists, as did his accelerando at the end of the A minor Fugue BWV543, which he gave as an encore.
Unfortunately The Fugue sustained an injury to her nearfore in the Eclipse Stakes," said the trainer.
Night Of Thunder, if it's tactical, will probably have a better turn of foot than The Fugue.
It will be fascinating if The Fugue runs again and could be one of the races of the season.
As well as The Fugue, who produced a career-best in winning last week's Prince of Wales's Stakes, trainer John Gosden has the Investec Oaks winner Taghrooda, Sultanina, Pomology and Freedom's Light to choose from in this prestigious Group One.
The Fugue again had that race as an option, but Gosden has instead rolled the dice against the opposite sex and over a longer trip.
La jeune fille a reconnu avoir quitte le domicile familial de son plein gres et avoir fugue avec un homme avec lequel elle entretenait une relation.
WAS CAN avenge her Goodwood defeat at the hands of The Fugue as the pair clash again in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks at York.
Edridge, "Prelude and Fugue Relationships," The Musical Times 101, no.
Talbot, who has studied the works of Vivaldi for many years, feels that his talent for fugue has been overlooked.
The program will include Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major, "St.
Playing everything from simple folk ballads and Spanish guitar favs to Bach's Toccata & Fugue in D Minor, Gabriel Ayala's Portraits is a tour de force.
His special academic interest was how past eras thought about music theory and how, for example, fugue was taught in the 18th century.
Back on familiar ground, Fleck spearheaded the Flecktones' new back-to-basics album, ``The Hidden Land,'' which starts off with a Bach fugue, delves into swing and ends up somewhere south of Pat Metheny.
Karin von Maur, "Bach et l'art de la fugue," in Sons & Lumieres, 20.