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canzonet

[kan-zuh-net] /ˌkæn zəˈnɛt/
noun
1.
an early polyphonic song of dancelike character.
Origin of canzonet
1585-1595
1585-95; < Italian canzonetta. See canzone, -ette
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  • At the sides, a canone and canzonet by Giordani, together with a French and Venetian canzonet, with music.

    History of the Fan George Woolliscroft Rhead
  • It also belongs to the octave group, and is diversified with a canzonet.

  • He takes his lute and sings an Italian canzonet which has the desired effect.

    The Standard Cantatas George P. Upton

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