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Definition of Monodic
Monodic Mo*nod"ic, Monodical Mo*nod"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?.]
1. Belonging to a monody.
(a) For one voice; monophonic.
(b) Homophonic; -- applied to music in which the melody is
confined to one part, instead of being shared by all
the parts as in the style called polyphonic.
Meaning of Monodic from wikipedia
of the 17th century
a monody. Compositions
madrigals, motets, or even concertos
(in the earlier...
of ****s (monodic
lyric, c. 600 BC) Alcaeus
lyric, c. 600 BC) Anacreon
of Teos (monodic
lyric, 6th century
is the name of several related musical forms originating
in the music genre
of the Lutheran
chorale: Hymn tune of a Lutheran
hymn (e.g. the melody...
type or type-melody is a set of melodic
formulas, figures, and patterns. "Melody type" is a fundamental notion
- as harpsichord, pla**** and held chords while
sang/spoke the monodic
has been a setting
for numerous works
wind ensembles. The extreme north region
is ****ociated with monodic
(i.e., single-line) music
with an emphasis
on drums, and tends
to be more...
- from of the 1600 period. Beginning around
1620, the aria supplanted
-style madrigal. In 1618, the last, published
book of solo madrigals
what they call a seconda prattica
(an innovative practice involving monodic style
of dissonance, both justified
by the expressive...
- the octoechos
is still regarded
as the foundation
of the tradition
of monodic chant
in the Byzantine
Rite today. The names ascribed
to the eight
conception. It utilized elements
madrileño and a monodic vocal
"La Engañadora", Urfé's original structure
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