noun, plural ron·deaux [ron-dohz, ron-dohz]. /ˈrɒn doʊz, rɒnˈdoʊz/.
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Origin of rondeau
Words nearby rondeau
Example sentences from the Web for rondeau
In this Rondeau a la Mazur the individuality of Chopin and with it his nationality begin to reveal themselves unmistakably.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
The rondeau was revived in great splendour in the middle of the seventeenth century.
It begins, like the Rondeau Redoublé, with a quatrain, here called the texte;—this is usually a quotation from a former poet.
The Rondel is merely the old form of the word rondeau; like oisel for oiseau, chastel for chateau so rondel has become rondeau.
The Rondeau after Voiture's model is without doubt the most popular variety of the form now in use.