noun, plural can·zo·nes, can·zo·ni [kan-zoh-nee; Italian kahn-tsaw-nee] /kænˈzoʊ ni; Italian kɑnˈtsɔ ni/
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Example sentences from the Web for canzone
En Arnaut often ends a canzone with a verset in different tone from the rest, as markedly in "Si fos Amors."Instigations|Ezra Pound
Guinizzelli has the following passage, in a canzone quoted by Ginguen, Hist.
One stanza of this Canzone is unequalled, I think, for a simplicity at once tender and sublime.The Romance of Biography (Vol 1 of 2)|Anna Jameson
And not believing that I could relate this in the brevity of a sonnet, I began then a canzone.
Well now really, Canonico, for one not exactly one of us, that canzone of Ser Giovanni has merit; has not it?Imaginary Conversations and Poems|Walter Savage Landor
British Dictionary definitions for canzone
noun plural -ni (-nɪ)
- a song, usually of a lyrical nature
- (in 16th-century choral music) a polyphonic song from which the madrigal developed