reports, rapports (from Fr. rapporter, to carry back). In 17th-cent. mus. parlance, ‘report’ was equivalent of ‘imitation’. It meant the re-introduction, by one v. or part, of a melodic phrase just heard from another. In the Scottish Psalter of 1635 some tunes are headed ‘Heere are some Psalmes in Reports’. These are subjected to motet or anthem-like treatment.
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