Definition of fugally in US English:

fugally

adverb

  • See fugal

    • ‘This movement ends fugally with ‘Cum sancto spiritu in Gloria Dei patris, amen.’’
    • ‘In this cantata, however, Bach treats each phrase of the chorale fugally throughout the first movement.’
    • ‘His Bach is clear, even when texture gets fugally complex.’
    • ‘God's great glory is praised fugally by the chorus in the key of E minor established by the previous movement.’
    • ‘It opens with an impressive Allegro that begins fugally and later develops a tightly knit symphonic argument.’