Rondeau vs Roundlet - What's the difference?
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Rondeau is a related term of roundlet.
As nouns the difference between rondeau and roundlet
is that rondeau
is a fixed form of verse based on two rhyme sounds and consisting usually of 13 lines in three stanzas with the opening words of the first line of the first stanza used as an independent refrain after the second and third stanzas while roundlet
is a small disk, circle or other round object.
A fixed form of verse based on two rhyme sounds and consisting usually of 13 lines in three stanzas with the opening words of the first line of the first stanza used as an independent refrain after the second and third stanzas.
* 1914 , Theodore Watts-Dunton, Poetry and The Renascence of Wonder ,
* 1991 , Doranne Fenoaltea, David Lee Rubin, The Ladder of High Designs ,
- Though we have the English rondels of Occleve and a set of rondeaus in the Rolliad (written by Dr. Lawrence, the friend of Burke, according to Mr. Edmund Gosse, who has given us an admirable essay upon exotic forms of verse), .
A monophonic song with a 2-part refrain.
* 1968 , , Volumes 21-22,
- First of all, the two rondeaux appear in the 1538 version of the previously published Adoleseenee Clementine at the end of the section of poems of the same genre.
* 1986 , Richard L. Crocker, A History of Musical Style ,
- Still should not reference perchance be made to the rondeaus [which?] C. P. E. Bach presented in his last sonata collection?
* 2009 , Iain Fenlon, Early Music History: Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Music , Volume 1,
- The rondeaus' show great variety. There are two very short, apparently primitive '''rondeaus ''a 3 .
- for example, we might be tempted to think that his rondeaux also explore atypical compositional procedures.
A small disk, circle or other round object.