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- adverb In a
polyphonicmanner; using polyphony.
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- adverb in a polyphonic manner
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Like almost all of his contemporaries, Manchicourt set half of the verses of the canticle polyphonically, the others being performed in chant.
One of the great events of the 14th century was the fact that it was now possible to compose secular song polyphonically.
Those which do survive show that Bruck composed in the Josquin tradition and was a master of liturgical cantus-firmus treatment seen for example, in the sequence Dies irae as well as in the Te Deum, an alternatim setting in which with the exception of verse 16 the even numbered verses are set polyphonically.
As with the federation of the States, so will one great music ascend polyphonically, -- _e pluribus unum_.
Contemporary American Composers Being a Study of the Music of This Country, Its Present Conditions and Its Future, with Critical Estimates and Biographies of the Principal Living Composers; and an Abundance of Portraits, Fac-simile Musical Autographs, and Compositions
They are seldom set in sharp and vividly dramatic contrast, as with Wagner; nor are they polyphonically deployed.
Frequently they took folk tunes and treated them polyphonically.
Still, the band is better when not holding back, like on the fantastically stomping choral hook of "By Your Hand," or the polyphonically dense "Songs About Your Girlfriend," the most acidic song here.
Full MIDI key mapping allows synths to be stacked or played melodically/polyphonically.
The raucous cackle of chickens mingles polyphonically with the grunts of what Bertie Wooster, commenting to Jeeves on his breakfast bacon, invoked as from "contented pigs".
Actually, the MonoPoly is a monophonic synth - but you can play it polyphonically, too - if necessary.