Contains the word musical a monophthong

examples for monophonic

Interestingly, these monophonic motets ent├ęs use musical means to give even greater structural prominence to the refrain.

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More rarely, a polyphonic hymn will use durations found in monophonic settings of the hymn.

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The first audio reproduction devices were monophonic, which enables the production of point-like soundscapes.

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It has less chant, just two responsories (including the famous one) and three hymns, along with two monophonic conducti.

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Initially, all the children occupied themselves with the monophonic rendition of songs.

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A second circumstance, unnoticed until now, promises even greater clarity concerning the rhythm of monophonic melodies.

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So we can see that there are still many questions in the field of monophonic settings of metric texts which await answers.

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Although most of the articles in this volume concentrate on monophonic hymns, the history of the polyphonic hymn is also important.

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But opposing this one can also give a feeling of distance, and a monophonic loudspeaker perfectly delimits a space between the near and the distant.

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A group of such sounds inevitably organized into a monophonic series will find attention focused on each sound of the sequence in its turn.

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In this recording the monophonic Versions of the polyphonic pieces are sung as they occur in the manuscript.

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Here we explore some of the possible (monophonic) reverbs allowed by particular reverberation algorithms.

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These pieces are very unusual in being at once supplied with musical notation, monophonic, non-strophic, and structured as textual grafts.

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A common application of this is to automatically generate a polyphonic instrument from a monophonic template.

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