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canzona

[ kan-zoh-nuh; Italian kahn-tsaw-nah ]
/ kænˈzoʊ nə; Italian kɑnˈtsɔ nɑ /
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noun, plural can·zo·ne [kan-zoh-ney; Italian kahn-tsaw-ne]. /kænˈzoʊ neɪ; Italian kɑnˈtsɔ nɛ/.

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canzona
/ (kænˈzəʊnə) /

noun

a type of 16th- or 17th-century contrapuntal music, usually for keyboard, lute, or instrumental ensemble

Word Origin for canzona

C19: from Italian, from Latin cantiō song, from canere to sing
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