- ffiwgffigyrau a gyhoeddwyd
Noun(1) dissociative disorder in which a person forgets who they are and leaves home to create 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(2) a dreamlike state of altered consciousness that may last for hours or days(3) a musical form consisting of a theme repeated a fifth above or a fourth below its first statement
(1) Obviously, I thought it possible that Alex was in some form of fugue state.(2) Even though he had never even written a six-part fugue for keyboard, Bach immediately demurred.(3) There are three solo pieces and a three-part fugue for clarinet, violin and cello.(4) Discussions of psychogenic fugue in standard psychiatric references offer suggestions of sodium amobarbital interviews or hypnosis.(5) The following evening the King added a request for a six-part fugue by Bach on his theme.(6) In a few cases a person entered a fugue state where he would ├ö├ç├┐come to├ö├ç├û far from his quarters with no memory of how he got there.(7) I keep thinking I'm having fugue states, but I'm just dozing off.(8) I envisage this as a three-part fugue within the boundaries of a three part invention.(9) He'd heard about people in fugue states that black out of reality and do thing in a dream like state.(10) I just wanted to say great job to those fuguists who have posted fugues since I have been here last, they sound great!(11) Organ fugues , orchestral overtures and jazz favourites are united with pop hits, movie themes and folk tunes.(12) At 7 years old, I viewed most adults as a band of amnesiacs, fuguists , zombies shuffling about in a fog of robotic boredom - for it seemed that they had awoken at some point and literally forgotten that they, of course, were in fact also young once.(13) The DSM-IV says that the frotteurist and the fuguist , despite all conceivable arguments to the contrary, have lost their marbles, period and end of discussion.
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