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

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

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

(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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