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rate 1. flourish played by trumpets, showy display
rate 2. originally a brief musical formula played on trumpets, horns or similar natural instruments for signal purposes in battles, hunts and court ceremonies. The term is of obscure derivation. Although literary sources of great antiquity contain descriptions of military and ceremonial fanfares, the earliest surviving musical examples appear in French hunting treatises of the 14th century; the limitations of the hunting horns of this period kept the form to a rather rudimentary level. By 1600, however, fanfares, as compiled by the Saxon trumpeters Magnus Thomsen and Hendrich Lbeck, court musicians for King Christian IV of Denmark, were exhibiting many characteristics commonly associated with the genre in modern times: incisive rhythms, repeated notes, the use of a single triad (chord built of thirds, as c-e-g). Imitations of fanfares occur in a great variety of music. The caccia (a 14th-century Italian genre featuring two voices in strict melodic imitation) Tosto che l'alba by Ghirardello da Firenze contains a fanfarelike vocal flourish immediately after the phrase suo corno sonava (sounded his horn). The Gloria ad modum tubae (Gloria in the Manner of a Trumpet) by the Burgundian Guillaume Dufay (c. 140074) features two texted canonic voices (i.e., one imitating the other in consistent fashion) above a pair of untexted lower voices that alternate in short, stereotyped fanfare motives. Similar examples are found in musical depictions of military events by such 16th-century composers as Clment Janequin, Girolamo Frescobaldi and William Byrd. In the 18th century the French repertoire of sonneries (hunting fanfares) inspired numerous instrumental compositions. During the Romantic era fanfares were often used in opera (Ludwig van Beethoven's Fidelio, Georges Bizet's Carmen and Richard Wagner's Tristan und Isolde). A 20th-century example is the Fanfare for the Common Man, by the American composer Aaron Copland.
rate 3. n a loud short piece of music played, usually on a trumpet, to introduce the arrival of someone important or a special event
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