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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."