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A type of instrumental piece popular in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. It is considered to be an early form of the fugue.

Alternatively, a car belonging to a ricer.
J.S. Bach's Musical Offering, although consisting predominantly of canons and fugues, contains two lesser-known ricercars as well.
by TimBarrett August 24, 2007
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