Cantus

(Latin) song.
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cantus

the principal (that is, important) melody at the top of a polyphonic texture. Often designed to form a duo with the tenor line; see discant-tenor framework.
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Cantus

A cantus (Latin for `singing`, derived from cantare), is an activity organised by Belgian, Dutch, French, Baltic and Afrikaans student organisations and fraternities. A cantus mainly involves singing traditional songs and drinking beer. It is governed by strict traditional rules. The use of this dates back a few centuries and was inspired by Ger.....
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Cantus

[Norwegian female choir] Cantus is a Norwegian female choir founded in 1986. It consists of around 30 amateur singers, and is based in Trondheim. Their director is Tove Ramlo-Ystad. Despite being an amateur choir, they keep holding a very good international standard, and have shown this through winning several competitions through the years...
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