# diaschisma definition

• noun:
• In ancient greek language songs, a moment period whose size is variously offered.
• In modern-day songs, the bigger subdivision of a syntonic comma (see comma, 5, b), represented by the proportion 2048: 2025.
• In ancient Greek music, one minute period whose size is variously given.
• In modern songs, the larger subdivision of a syntonic comma (see comma, 5, b), represented because of the proportion 2048: 2025.