dodecaphonism

[ doh-dek-uh-fuh-niz-uhm, doh-di-kaf-uh- ]
/ doʊˈdɛk ə fəˌnɪz əm, ˌdoʊ dɪˈkæf ə- /

noun

musical composition using the 12-tone technique.

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Also do·dec·a·pho·ny [doh-dek-uh-foh-nee, doh-di-kaf-uh-nee]. /doʊˈdɛk əˌfoʊ ni, ˌdoʊ dɪˈkæf ə ni/.

Origin of dodecaphonism

First recorded in 1950–55; dodeca- + -phone + -ism

OTHER WORDS FROM dodecaphonism

do·dec·a·phon·ic [doh-dek-uh-fon-ik], /doʊˌdɛk əˈfɒn ɪk/, adjectivedo·dec·a·phon·i·cal·ly, adverbdo·dec·a·phon·ist, noun
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