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“In 1762, Le Dictionnaire de l’Académie Française recorded that the term could figuratively describe something “irregular, bizarre or unequal”.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who was a musician and composer as well as a philosopher, wrote in 1768 in the Encyclopédie: “Baroque music is that in which the harmony is confused, and loaded with modulations and dissonances. The singing is harsh and unnatural, the intonation difficult, and the movement limited. It appears that term comes from the word ‘baroco’ used by logicians.””

https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Baroque

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“I found so little to excite my desires, and those I had were so seldom contradicted, that I was hardly sensible of possessing any, and can solemnly aver I was an absolute stranger to caprice until after I had experienced the authority of a master.”

J. J. Rousseau

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J. J. Rousseau

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