Definition of Polyphonically

1. Adverb. In a polyphonic manner. "Polyphonically composed"

Partainyms: Polyphonic



Definition of Polyphonically

1. Adverb. In a polyphonic manner; using polyphony. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Polyphonically

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Polyphonically

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polyphenylenevinylenes
polyphiloprogenitive
polyphloisbic
polyphloretin phosphate
polyphobia
polyphon
polyphone
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polyphonic letter
polyphonic music
polyphonic prose
polyphonic ringtone
polyphonic ringtones
polyphonically (current term)
polyphonies
polyphonism
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polyphore
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polyphosphate
polyphosphate AMP phosphotransferase
polyphosphates

Literary usage of Polyphonically

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Contemporary Review (1891)
"He who thinks and invents polyphonically. as to the manner born, can write good fugues. Later the fugue shrivelled up more and more to mere formalism. ..."

2. Alessandro Scarlatti: His Life and Works by Edward Joseph Dent (1905)
"For us it is better to treat the accompaniment polyphonically, but not in more than three parts ; and indeed Scarlatti's own polyphony is so complete that ..."

3. Beethoven and His Forerunners by Daniel Gregory Mason (1904)
"... Albrechtsberger; and when in his maturity he attempted to write polyphonically, he became crabbed, awkward, and discordant. His instinct was right, ..."

4. Overtones: A Book of Temperaments: Richard Strauss, Parsifal, Verdi, Balzac by James Huneker (1904)
"Yet the web is polyphonically spun — spun magnificently. This battle scene is full of unmitigated horror. One knows that it is the free fantasia, ..."

5. Music: An Art and a Language by Walter Raymond Spalding (1920)
"... in music -w- from which is developed, polyphonically, the first theme, eg Strings and clarinets / strings alone ..."

6. Music (1902)
"... and executed in such an imposing manner, so woven polyphonically that its structure is fully assured and so colored with musical pigments that it meets ..."

7. The Story of Organ Music by Charles Francis Abdy Williams (1905)
"... choir where there was none, and play what it would sing if it were present, taking up the plainsong or tune and treat- Organ not ing it polyphonically. ..."

8. The Pianoforte and Its Music by Henry Edward Krehbiel (1911)
"... he represented the element of both classicism and romanticism in their best estates; and like them, too, he raised his structures polyphonically. ..."

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