On the other hand, the front sheets of prints comprising monophonic
songs were far less uniform.
Like all traditional Amish music, these songs are monophonic
, that is, one melodic line without accompaniment.
The corpus edited here is largely monophonic
and syllabic, with some pieces for two and three voices, plus a six-part song, the famous English canon Sumer is icumm in with its Latin counterpart Perspice Christicola (marked as songs 85a and 85b, respectively; pp.
The duet with Mary Jacobi was a point of emphasis in the play and a departure from monophonic
To make matters worse, many pieces sound incomplete in the absence of an ensemble, particularly if students are playing a monophonic
instrument all by themselves.
As with any rapidly evolving technology, cannibalisation of mobile music applications are inevitable, seeing older versions such as monophonic
ringtones fading out to make way for only polyphonic and master tones market by 2011," notes Mr.
And because they are master recordings (not polyphonic or monophonic
renditions), everyone responsible for the creation of the song, including the artist, will get paid when someone downloads the tune.
The "Medieval" phase starts with the invention of the lute (most likely based on the Arabic 'ud) in Spain in the mid-thirteenth century and ends with the declining use of the medieval monophonic
ensemble style in the late fifteenth century.
It also offers pre-loaded and downloadable monophonic
and polyphonic ring tones, icons and colour games.
I think one thing that plays well here is the monophonic
nature of the design.
Another innovative feature of this new device is a monophonic
recorder that employs an internal microphone, which provides 20 minutes of recording time for song ideas or practice playback.
Featuring a powerful monophonic
lead synthesizer, an unprecedented built-in step sequencer and performance controller functions, the XW series sets the bar for synthesizers in the music industry.