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- In music, parallel harmony, also known as harmonic parallelism, harmonic planing or parallel voice leading, is the parallel movement of two or more lines...
- Diaphonia is a genus of beetles belonging to the family Scarabaeidae, subfamily Cetoniinae....
- medieval theory, the word was used for consonance, as opposed to διαφωνία (diaphōnia), which was the word for "dissonance". In the Middle Ages and later, the...
- Diaphonic may denote a relation to: Diaphoneme and diaphones, in linguistics Diaphonia or parallel harmony, in music Diaphone, a type of organ pipe or horn...
- interpretations of Marcel Pérès. According to the same spirit, the series Diaphonia, created by Jacques Viret in 2000 with the "À Cœur Joie" publishing house...
- remained the basis of the concept of consonance/dissonance (symphonia/diaphonia) in Occidental theory. In the early Middle Ages, the Latin term consonantia...
- “Miroirs” for 6 vocalists, commission SWF Donaueschinger Musiktage 1995: “Diaphonia” for soloists, orchestra and live-electronics, com. SWF World Music Days...
- now usually called parallel organum, although terms such as sinfonia or diaphonia were used in early treatises.[citation needed] The history of organum...
- 1987, and a piano concerto in 1988. One of Schwantner's early works, Diaphonia intervallum (1967) distinctly foreshadowed the important style traits...
- Chlorobapta Kraatz, 1880 Chondropyga Kraatz, 1880 ****hria Burmeister, 1842 Diaphonia Newman, 1840 Dichrosoma Kraatz, 1885 Dilochrosis Thomson, 1878 Eupoecila...
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