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, name for the outstanding type of musical composition of the 13th cent. and for a different type that originated in the Renaissance. The 13th-century motet, a creation (c.
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Preludes and interludes without text testify to the performance of conducti with instrumental accompaniment as well.
The intrinsic oxidation states, protonation-deprotonation behavior, metal reduction ability (electroless plating of Pd from Pd(ll) ion solution), electrical conducti vity, and electronic and valence band structures of the aniline homopolymer were preserved in the PAM chains tethered on the Si surface.
Twelfth and 13th-century conducti and organi from composers including the Parisians Leonin and Perotin rub shoulders with John Cage and Nigel Osborne.
Using paleographical evidence, she draws the somewhat speculative, though nonetheless intellectually compelling, conclusion that the notation of conducti became more exact as the performance of these verse songs gained official support.