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Canon (musica)

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Canon in plurimis scriptis est compositio musica polyphoniae in duabus vel pluribus vocibus quae melodiam absolute et accurate imitantur, sed non semper in eiusdem tonis; plerumque autem, "canon est regula voluntatem compositoris sub obscuritate quadam ostendens" (Iohannes Tinctoris, Diffinitorium, ca. 1500). Exemplum familiare est carmen cuius titulus est Frater Iacobus (Francogallice "Frère Jacques").

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  • Davies, Peter Maxwell. 1971. Canon: In Mem. IS. Tempo 97 (June): [Supplementum]: In Memoriam: Igor Fedorovich Stravinsky. Canons and Epitaphs, Set I.
  • Davies, Peter Maxwell. 1972. Canons and Epitaphs in Memoriam Igor Stravinsky. A Solution by Peter Maxwell Davies of the Puzzle-Canon He Contributed to Set I, Published in Tempo 97. Tempo 100: [Supplementum] tres paginae sine numeris.
  • Hewett, Helen. 1957. The Two Puzzle Canons in Busnois's Maintes femmes. Journal of the American Musicological Society 10(2): 104–10.
  • Kennedy, Michael, ed. 1994. Canon. The Oxford Dictionary of Music, ed. consociatus Joyce Bourne. Oxoniae at Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0198691629.
  • Mann, Alfred, J. Kenneth Wilson, et Peter Urquhart. Canon (i). Grove Music Online.