A term referring to the second ending of a repeated section. See also ouvert.The second section in the Estampie dance form.("closed") designates a cadence (a closing gesture and a concluding note) in which the last note sounds conclusive; this pitch is called the final and is the central or "home" note for the melody. The term clos is applied to troubadour and trouvere repertory and some instrumental dances; see also ouvert.