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synonyms for canzonet

  • Noel
  • ballad
  • canticle
  • chorus
  • ditty
  • lay
  • madrigal
  • song
  • strain
  • Christmas song
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How to use canzonet in a sentence

Trill a lamenting canzonet beneath it, as a signal, and I will admit you to a stolen interview.'
THE HEROINEEATON STANNARD BARRETT
The sestina, a very elaborate canzonet, was invented in Provence and borrowed by the Italians.
THE FLOURISHING OF ROMANCE AND THE RISE OF ALLEGORYGEORGE SAINTSBURY
At the sides, a canone and canzonet by Giordani, together with a French and Venetian canzonet, with music.
HISTORY OF THE FANGEORGE WOOLLISCROFT RHEAD
He takes his lute and sings an Italian canzonet which has the desired effect.
THE STANDARD CANTATASGEORGE P. UPTON
After supper, besides other songs, I heard a most beautiful canzonet by Jackson, beginning Love in thy eyes.
THE ROYAL INSTITUTIONBENCE JONES
It also belongs to the octave group, and is diversified with a canzonet.
PASTORAL POETRY AND PASTORAL DRAMAWALTER W. GREG
Etienne sang once more the pretty canzonet, with a new expression, a new meaning.
THE HATED SONHONORE DE BALZAC
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WORDS RELATED TO CANZONET

  • Christmas song
  • Noel
  • ballad
  • canticle
  • canzonet
  • chorus
  • ditty
  • lay
  • madrigal
  • song
  • strain
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.