Definition of Monodist. Meaning of Monodist. Synonyms of Monodist

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Definition of Monodist

Monodist
Monodist Mon"o*dist, n. A writer of a monody.

Meaning of Monodist from wikipedia

- Leipzig University, gaining a doctorate in 1923 with a thesis on the Italian monodist composers Pierro Benedetti and Claudio Sarcini. He edited the first music...
- Westrup - 1990 "Orpheus has always been a po****r operatic subject; the monodist Domenico Belli produced a Pianto d'Orfeo or Orfeo dolente, five intermedii...
- Dowland's best set, evincing his absorption of the style of the Italian monodists." Disdaine me still, that I may euer loue Sweete stay a while, why will...
- from diatonic to chromatic, and is comparable to that of contemporary monodist Sigismondo d'India in its experimental qualities. A unique feature of Saracini's...
- with Giulio Caccini, another extremely important and influential early monodist during this period. In the 1590s, while still in Florence, Cavalieri produced...
- experiment with musique mesurée, and the first to imitate the Florentine monodists Philip Rosseter (c. 1568 – 1623) Tobias Hume (c. 1569 – 1645), responsible...
- traditionally divided into two groups, with Alcaeus, Sappho and Anacreon, being 'monodists' or 'solo-singers', with the following characteristics: They composed...
- to the madrigal in the late 16th century. Banchieri disapproved of the monodists with all their revolutionary harmonic tendencies, about which he expressed...