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9 thoughts on “ Monophonic ”

  1. Vorr says:
    Synonyms for monophonic in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for monophonic. 2 synonyms for monophonic: mono, single-channel. What are synonyms for monophonic?
  2. Aralrajas says:
    Monophony, musical texture made up of a single unaccompanied melodic line. It is a basic element of virtually all musical cultures. Byzantine and Gregorian chants (the music of the medieval Eastern and Western churches, respectively) constitute the oldest written examples of monophonic repertory.
  3. Nigis says:
    In music, monophonic texture is the simplest of the three main types of texture, the other two being homophonic and polyphonic texture. Its name comes from the Greek words mono, meaning “one”, and phonic, meaning “relating to sound”. But what does that actually mean? In this post we’ll fully explore monophonic plasiccarjackhabursavolktebiconcent.coinfo: Samuel Chase.
  4. Malagrel says:
    monophonic (1) Also called "mono" and "monaural," it refers to the reproduction of sound using a single channel. Contrast with stereophonic. (2) Playing only one note at a time. Contrast with polyphonic.
  5. Tojabar says:
    “One of the best live soul bands I have ever seen!” – Al Bell (Record producer, songwriter, executive, and co-owner of legendary Stax Records).
  6. Malashakar says:
    The monophonic music that has lasted longest, and has been the most influential is plainchant, otherwise known as plainsong, or Gregorian chant. [Example 3: plainchant: "Puer natus est"] This was the principal music of the Catholic Church from the 4th century through the end of the Middle Ages, and remained in use until late in the 20th century.
  7. Murr says:
    Jan 24,  · Monophonic music has only one melodic line, with no harmony or counterpoint. There may be rhythmic accompaniment, but only one line that has specific pitches. Monophonic music can also be called.
  8. Gashakar says:
    noun, plural mo·noph·o·nies. a musical style employing a single melodic line without accompaniment. monody (def 3a).
  9. Zulunris says:
    Raised amid the rich musical culture and history of the San Francisco Bay Area, Monophonics proudly carry the torch through the generations into today’s musical landscape. Holding on to tradition, but by .

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