Aubade

Poem written to celebrate the dawn e.g. The Sun Rising by John Donne.
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Aubade

Au`bade' noun [ French, from aube the dawn, from Latin albus white.] An open air concert in the morning, as distinguished from an evening serenade; also, a pianoforte composition suggestive of morning. Grove. « The crowing cock . . . Sang his aubade with lusty v
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Aubade

• (n.) An open air concert in the morning, as distinguished from an evening serenade; also, a pianoforte composition suggestive of morning.
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Aubade

An aubade is a morning love song (as opposed to a serenade, which is in the evening), or a song or poem about lovers separating at dawn. It has also been defined as "a song or instrumental composition concerning, accompanying, or evoking daybreak". In the strictest sense of the term, an aubade is a song from a door or window to a sleeping woman...
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aubade

a medieval love poem welcoming or lamenting the arrival of the dawn. An example is John Donne's 'The Sun Rising.'
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Aubade

(also called a dawn song) A genre of poetry in which a short poem's subject is about the dawn or the
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Aubade

A medieval love poem welcoming or lamenting the arrival of the dawn. An example is john donne's 'the
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aubade

musical announcement of dawn; sunrise song
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