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- found: New Grove, 2nd ed. WWW site, Oct. 12, 2001 (conductus (pl. conductus, conducti): medieval song with serious, usually sacred, text in Latin verse; seems to have originated in south of France near end of 12th cent.; taken up by Parisian composers of Notre Dame, flourished with great brilliance ca. 1160-1240; superseded in 2nd half of 13th cent. by the motet; handful of new conductus from 14th cent. are peripheral, chiefly German in origin)
- found: New Harvard dict. music (conductus (pl. conductus or conducti): medieval song for one or more voices with serious, most often sacred, text in rhythmical Latin verse)
- 2001-10-12: new
- 2002-08-05: revised
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