Definition of Neumic

1. neume [adj] - See also: neume



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neumic

networkers
networking
networkings
networklike
networks
networkwide
netzine
netzines
neu
neuk
neuks
neum
neumatic
neume
neumes
neumic (current term)
neums
neura
neurad
neuragmia
neural
neural arch
neural axis
neural canal
neural canals
neural cell adhesion molecule
neural crest
neural crest syndrome
neural cyst
neural factor

Literary usage of Neumic

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1. A History of German Literature by Calvin Thomas (1909)
"... neumic notes as an aid to the vocal rendering of his lines. As for his rhymes, many of them would not now count as such, or even as half-rhymes. ..."

2. History of American Music by William Lines Hubbard (1908)
"These symbolic writings form the true key to the songs of the North American Indian, and show to what extent the neumic symbols were applied. ..."

3. The Bibliographer by Paul Leicester Ford (1902)
""This fine manuscript on parchment furnishes important data to the historians of sacred music, and is written in the neumic notation. ..."

4. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"These symbolic writings form the true key to the songs of the North American Indian, and show to what extent the neumic symbols were applied. ..."

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