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Definition of Catacoustic

Catacoustic
Catacoustic Cat`a*cous"tic, n. [Pref. cata + acoustics: cf. F. caraconstique.] (Physics) That part of acoustics which treats of reflected sounds or echoes See Acoustics. --Hutton.

Meaning of Catacoustic from wikipedia

- The Catacoustic Consort is an early music chamber ensemble based in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was founded in 2001 by Annalisa Pappano. It specializes in historically...
- names: Armonico Consort The Baltimore Consort B-Five Recorder Consort Catacoustic Consort The Consort of Musicke Dunedin Consort Early Music Consort of...
- on 2018-03-13. Retrieved 2020-02-28. "Baroque Musical Instruments". Catacoustic Consort. Archived from the original on 19 December 2012. Retrieved 14...
- collecting cigarette cards Castrametation – art of designing a camp Catacousticsscience of echoes or reflected sounds Catalacticsscience of commercial...
- flautist from London, England who has performed with the bands Soulsec, The Catacoustics, The Waterboys and The Icicle Works. Naiff is a cl****ically trained musician...
- 2010 p.92 (recensione DVD) e p.31 (proiezioni all'Ambrosiana) http://catacoustic.blogspot.com/2011/05/interview-with-francesco-vitali.html http://www...
- HCD31480 2005 The Italian Dramatic Lament Catherine Webster (soprano) The Catacoustic Consort conductor: Annalisa Pappano CD: Naxos Early Music Collection...
- percussion. Among the groups he has toured with are Hesperus, Apollo's Fire, Catacoustic Consort, and the Baltimore Consort. Cudek is actively involved in the...
- particular mode —after Ace came Writing (composed 1975–77; published 1982), Catacoustics (composed 1978–81; published 1991) and West Wind (composed 1982–83; published...
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