monodic definition

  • adjective:
    • pertaining to monody
    • owned by a monody.
    • for just one voice; monophonic.
    • Homophonic; -- put on music when the melody is confined to 1 component, in the place of being provided by most of the parts such as the style called polyphonic.
    • having one singing part
  • others:
    • In songs, pertaining to monody or homophony; homophonic. In addition monophonic.
    • In biology, along just one road: utilized by Giglio Tos in the expression monodic development expressing his unusual conception of biological ontogeny. See polyodic.

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