Did you maybe mean viremia?
- From Old French virelai, alteration (after lai) of vireli. (Wiktionary)
“Even a little melancholy, some kind of virelai, rhythmic and rueful.”
“Machaut was especially influential in the development of the motet and the secular song particularly the lai, and the formes fixes: rondeau, virelai and ballade.”
“That's because I am so totally not writing an example of each type of virelai.”
“These are technically all virelai anciens, with patterns of four twelve-line verses, wrapping first to last and back again.”
“I can't stand reading it , and I'm pretty sure that it is written in virelai form, though I'd have to find it to compare.”
“Though I must confess, I do now wonder if one could sing a virelai.”
“You all know that I adore structured poetry, from the haiku to the virelai.”
“Arabic influence may have some part in the genesis of the songs, although the tonality of the Cantigas (mainly Dorian and Mixolydian modes) and basic structure are European; the virelai serves as the basic form, already in use with the Latin conductus, and divided into refrain – mudanza – vuelta – refrain (AA-bb-aa-AA, as in N.º 361).”
“In addition to the virelai there are, among other things, examples of rondeau, ballade, romance and free song-forms.”
“At the point of their journey at which we take them up, this joyous pair were engaged in singing a virelai, as it was called, in which the clown bore a mellow burden, to the better instructed Knight of the”
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