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  • noun Plural form of polychord.

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Examples

  • When problems arose in credit markets, polychords rose above the drums.

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  • Specifically, I created two simple chord progressions that when played simultaneously create a new, composite progression of polychords.

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  • The notation also provides slash-chords and polychords.

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  • The notation also provides slash-chords and polychords.

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  • The notation also provides slash-chords and polychords.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • The notation also provides slash-chords and polychords.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • The notation also provides slash-chords and polychords.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • In fact, both the Second and Third Quartets exhibit many of the compositional characteristics that would be evident in Schuman's subsequent symphonies and works for dance: movements based on baroque forms such as the passacaglia and fugue, which appear in both the Second Quartet and Part I of the Third Symphony; complex rhythmic textures; harmonic structures that create piquant dissonances; polychords that combine major and minor triads; and an overall structural unity, something that was lacking in his earlier works.

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