Chanson

Chan'son noun [ French, from Latin cantion song. See Cantion , Canzone .] A song. Shak.
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Chanson

• (n.) A song.
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chanson

(French: `song`), French art song of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The chanson before 1500 is preserved mostly in large manuscript ... [11 related articles]
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chanson

a medieval lyric.
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chanson

Song type common in France and Italy, often based on a folk tune that originated with the troubadours. Josquin Desprez was a chanson composer
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Chanson

A chanson (ʃɑ̃sɔ̃, `song`, from Latin cantio) is in general any lyric-driven French song, usually polyphonic and secular. A singer specializing in chansons is known as a `chanteur` (male) or `chanteuse` (female); a collection of chansons, especially from the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, is also known as a chansonnier. ==Chanson de ...
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chanson

French for song; in particular, a style of 14th- to 16th-century French song for voice or voices, often with instrumental accompaniment.
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chanson

French term for song.
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Chanson

(French, 'song to people') Old French songs or poems in dialogue form. Common subjects include quarr
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Chanson

French polyphonic song, especially of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, set to either courtly or popu
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Chanson

A medieval lyric.
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