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Definition of "monodic" [mo•nod•ic]

  • Pertaining to monody (adjective)

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Use "monodic" in a sentence
  • "As to why the clef disappeared, the answer is lengthy, certainly involves the first acceptance of women as public performers, the rise in popularity of the monodic style which de-emphasized middle voices, and makes for a fascinating scholarly debate."
  • "Gregorian Chant is named after Pope Gregory who died in 604 and is a monodic form of singing with free rhythm."
  • "I'm open to suggestions from anyone else who has grown tired of monodic rants from robotic, or perhaps robot, commenters."