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Monody, style of accompanied solo song consisting of a vocal line, which is frequently embellished, and simple, often expressive, harmonies. It arose about 1600 ...

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To censure it in a monody or Sonnet is almost as absurd as to dislike a circle for being round.

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In poetry, the term monody has become specialized to refer to a poem in which one person laments another's death. (In the context of ancient Greek literature, monody, ...

What is monophony, polyphony, homophony, monody etc.?

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What is monophony, polyphony, homophony, monody etc.? The terms monophony and polyphony have very straight-forward literal meanings. Monophony means music with a ...

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Monody Monody is a 3-member synthpop / EBM / Futurepop band. Monody is currently performing in the pacific northwest, USA

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Monody is an original band from Springfield, Illinois.

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monody. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. Contents. 1 English. 1.1 Etymology; 1.2 Pronunciation; 1.3 Noun. 1.3.1 Derived ...

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mon·o·dy (mŏn′ə-dē) n. pl. mon·o·dies 1. An ode for one voice or actor, as in Greek drama. 2. A poem in which the poet or speaker mourns another's death. 3 ...