from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In ancient Gr. music, the next to the highest tone of either the disjunct or the upper tetrachord: so called because it lay next to (below) the tone nete. Its pitch was probably about that of either the D or the G next above middle C. See tetrachord.


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