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polyphonic

Music composed of relatively independent melodic lines or parts; contrapuntal

polyphonic

The ability to play back some number of musical notes simultaneously. For example, 16-voice polyphony means a total of 16 notes, or waveforms, can be played concurrently.
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The concert, which is organised by the University of Cyprus, will take us on a journey from the old polyphonic songs of Epirus right through to the present.
Polyphonic Spree play Limelight 1 on Tuesday (September 1), doors 7pm, tickets PS17.
Heroes become formally equal subjects of a law that is immanent to the relations between persons themselves: the polyphonic novel.
Most often Button cites oracle bone forms and whole inscriptions to show that the polyphonic proposal is not true to the full range of graphic evidence, and he sometimes introduces Old Chinese reconstructions to show that other phonological interpretations can be made.
polyphonic baroque and the His oratorio The Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus has the gravity of his father's sacred Passions but also the grace of Haydn's secular oratorios.
In his preface to Twills Peregrinus: The History of a Psalm Tone and Its Use in Polyphonic Music, Mattias Lundberg recognizes the distinctive, and challenging.
The editor of Polyphonic On Campus is Stephen Danyew, a prizewinning composer who received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Frost and the Eastman Schools of Music, respectively.
It will be supported by the First Minister Rhodri Morgan AM and by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff, councillor Kate Lloyd Cardiff Polyphonic Choir is also celebrating an anniversary, although it has some way to go before it catches up with the charity, being only 44 years old.
Polyphonic Jacklead workshops are aimed at young people aged 13-19 to learn about all aspects of the music industry and to perform at regular band nights.
The Chamber Choir will be performing works by Handel, Faure, Mozart and Elgar while the Polyphonic Choir will be concentrating on works like Tallis and Monteverdi.
For Polyphonic tickets - it's standing only - call 0870 241 5093 or hit www.
The Bartolucci Foundation aims precisely to safeguard and spread the classical and contemporary tradition of this famous polyphonic school that has always been distinguished by its form, focused on singing alone without an instrumental accompaniment.