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Kolorieren (Ger., from Lat. colorare: ‘to ornament’)locked

  • Claus Bockmaier

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To introduce Coloration. A term used in German-speaking lands during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance to describe the use of commonplace melodic figures to generate musical textures. During the 15th century, standardized coloration formulae were the starting point for many compositions, especially those which elaborated upon a cantus firmus (...

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Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft
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