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(ˌfɪg yəˈreɪ ʃən) n. 1. the act of shaping into a particular figure. 2. the resulting figure or shape: emblematic figurations of the sun and the moon.What is figuration in music?
the act of representing figuratively. a figurative representation: allegorical figurations. the act of marking or adorning with a design. Music. the employment of passing notes or other embellishments. the figuring of a bass part.What is the difference between representation andfiguration?
figuration - representing figuratively as by emblem or allegory. representation - an activity that stands as an equivalent of something or results in an equivalent. symbolising, symbolizing - the act of representing something with a symbol.What is a rolling figuration?
Over a rolling figuration is a melody first for horn, then oboe, the Meditation motive. The figuration of the main hatch showed a small square, and there was a companion or hatch-cover abaft the mainmast. I stared earnestly at the rocky slopes on either hand, but could not have sworn their figuration was changed.