Translation of fugue in Spanish:


fuga, n.

Pronunciation /fjuːɡ//fjuɡ/


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    fuga feminine
    • There are three solo pieces and a three-part fugue for clarinet, violin and cello.
    • I envisage this as a three-part fugue within the boundaries of a three part invention.
    • Even though he had never even written a six-part fugue for keyboard, Bach immediately demurred.
    • The following evening the King added a request for a six-part fugue by Bach on his theme.
    • Organ fugues, orchestral overtures and jazz favourites are united with pop hits, movie themes and folk tunes.