- n. 赋格曲；神游症
- vi. 作赋格曲
- vt. 把…编成赋格曲
- n. (Fugue)人名；(法)菲格
- fugue: see refuge
- fugue (n.)
- type of musical composition, 1590s, fuge, from Italian fuga, literally "flight," also "ardor," from Latin fuga "a running away, act of fleeing," from fugere "to flee" (see fugitive (adj.)). Current English spelling (1660s) is from the French version of the Italian word.
A Fugue is a composition founded upon one subject, announced at first in one part alone, and subsequently imitated by all the other parts in turn, according to certain general principles to be hereafter explained. The name is derived from the Latin word fuga, a flight, from the idea that one part starts on its course alone, and that those which enter later are pursuing it. ["Fugue," Ebenezer Prout, 1891]
- 1. She will phrase fugue of Bach's in these days.
- 2. I'm going to play you a Bach fugue.
- 3. Can you transpose this fugue into G major?
- 你能把这个赋格曲转换成G大调 吗 .
- 4. In the fugue's development the subject is augmented.
- 5. Can you transpose this fugue into g major?
- 你能把这首赋格曲转变为G大调 吗 ?
[ fugue 造句 ]