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A related, but separate, development took place in England in the 15th century, called faburden. ends of phrases, faburden was a schematic method of harmonization of an existing chant; in the case of faburden, the chant was in. — “Fauxbourdon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Heinrich Faber - Johann Christoph Faber - Annibale Pio Fabri - Werner Fabricius - Vincenzo Fabrizi - Faburden - Facade - Franco Faccio - Fado - F-A-E - Faenza MS - Gideon Fagan - Nicola Fago - Fagotto Fanfare - Fanfare for the Common Man - Michael Fano - Fantasia - Fantasia Concertante on. — “User:Stan Shebs/Grove Sample - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Ernesto Elorduy - g eb wp (de:Ernesto Elorduy, Mexican pianist/composer) Faburden - g eb wp (erroneous rd to Fauxbourdon) Fackeltanz - g eb wp (de:Fackeltanz, historical dance). — “Wikipedia:Music encyclopedia topics/13 - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org