homophonic

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sesteş
homofon
{s} aynı perdeden
{s} eşsesli
{s} ahenkli
homophony
eşseslilik
homophony
esseslilik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
having the same sound; being homophones
having a single, accompanied, melodic line; not polyphonic
having the same sound
'same sound', only one voice evident in a piece of music and is supported by accompaniment
{s} (about a word) having the same pronunciation as another word but a different meaning and spelling
Literally means same sound Homophonic keyboards have letters of the same sound in the same keyboard position For example, an Ssound would appear in the same keyboard position even if another alphabet were used
Now used for plain harmony, note against note, as opposed to polyphonic harmony, in which the several parts move independently, each with its own melody
having a single melodic line with accompaniment having the same sound
Expressing the same sound by a different combination of letters; as, bay and bey
having a single melodic line with accompaniment
passages in which all voices sing identical or similar rhythms This term also refers to music in which a melody lies in one voice while the other voices serve as accompaniment When discussing Pärt's music, the former definition applies
Consisting of a melody line supported by harmony lines Also antiphonal, monophonic
Originally, sounding alike; of the same pitch; unisonous; monodic
music consisting of a single melodic line supported by an accompaniment in chordal style Most hymns are homophonic
Texture with a principal melody and accompanying harmony; as distinct from polyphony [Texture]
homophony
a texture in which two or more parts move together in harmony, the relationship between them creating chords
homophony
The quality of being homophonous
homophony
musical texture in which the different voices or lines (note-series made by different instruments) follow each other with basically the same rhythm, so that the effect is of a succession of chords, blocks of sound
homophony
(homophonic) Music in which all voices move in the same rhythm Also, a musical texture in which there is a clear difference between melody and accompaniment (See polyphony ) The Star Spangled Banner is a good example of the melody and the harmonies moving in the same rhythm
homophony
Music in which one voice has the melody, performed with a chordal accompaniment
homophony
Instruments or voices sounding alike - sharing a melody and moving in the same rhythmic pattern This is the opposite of polyphony, where the parts move independently and different melodies are interwoven simultaneously
homophony
part music with one dominant voice (in a homophonic style) the same pronunciation for words of different origins
homophony
part music with one dominant voice (in a homophonic style)
homophony
A musical composition for 2 or more parts with a single melody line, all other parts serving as accompaniments
homophony
A style emphasizing the single melody and its harmony, as opposed to polyphony
homophony
Music in which a single melody is supported by a harmonious accompaniment Compare monophonic
homophony
Plain harmony, as opposed to polyphony
homophony
{i} music that has one part, music with one predominant melody; quality of having the same sound (Phonetics)
homophony
Homophonic - Musical texture which is characterized by chordal support of a melodic line I
homophony
A musical texture that involves only one melody of real interest, combined with chords or other subsidiary sounds
homophony
the same pronunciation for words of different origins
homophony
all voices moving at the same time
homophony
Sameness of sound
homophony
Sameness of sound; unison
homophony
(homophonic) From the Greek for "like-sounding " Music in which all voices move in the same rhythm Or, more commonly, a musical texture in which there is a clear distinction between melody and a chordal [chord] accompaniment (See polyphony )
homophony
Homophonic - Musical texture which is characterized by chordal support of a melodic line
homophonic

    Расстановка переносов

    ho·mo·pho·nic

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ "hä-m&-'fä-nik, ] (adjective.) circa 1879. Greek homophOnos being in unison, from hom- + phOnE sound; more at BAN.

    Слово дня

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