déploration (Fr.). A poem of mourning, and therefore its musical setting. Term generally confined to Renaissance comps. written in memory of a composer, e.g. Andrieu's for Machaut, Ockeghem's for Binchois, and Josquin Desprès's for Ockeghem.
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