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monodic

[muh-nod-ik] /məˈnɒd ɪk/
adjective, Music.
1.
of or relating to monody.
Origin of monodic
1810-1820
From the Greek word monōidikós, dating back to 1810-20. See monody, -ic
Related forms
monodically, adverb
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  • Polyphonic music of every sort had now to go for a while; monodic music was coming in.

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    John F. Runciman

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