Definitions for fuguefyug
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a polyphonic composition based upon one, two, or more themes, which are enunciated by several voices or parts in turn, subjected to contrapuntal treatment.
Category: Music and Dance
a period of amnesia during which the affected person seems to be conscious and to make rational decisions: upon recovery, the period is not remembered.
Origin of fugue:
1590–1600; < F < It fuga < L: flight
fugue, psychogenic fugue(noun)
dissociative disorder in which a person forgets who they are and leaves home to creates a new life; during the fugue there is no memory of the former life; after recovering there is no memory for events during the dissociative state
a dreamlike state of altered consciousness that may last for hours or days
a musical form consisting of a theme repeated a fifth above or a fourth below its first statement
A contrapuntal piece of music wherein a particular melody is played in a number of voices, each voice introduced in turn by playing the melody
Anything in literature, poetry, film, painting, etc., that resembles a fugue in structure or in its elaborate complexity and formality.
a polyphonic composition, developed from a given theme or themes, according to strict contrapuntal rules. The theme is first given out by one voice or part, and then, while that pursues its way, it is repeated by another at the interval of a fifth or fourth, and so on, until all the parts have answered one by one, continuing their several melodies and interweaving them in one complex progressive whole, in which the theme is often lost and reappears