Monodic vs Monody - What's the difference?

monodic | monody |

Monodic is a derived term of monody.


As a adjective monodic

is pertaining to monody.

As a noun monody is

an ode, as in greek drama, for a single voice, often specifically a mournful song or dirge.

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monodic

English

Adjective

(head)
  • pertaining to monody
  • Synonyms

    * monodical

    monody

    English

    (wikipedia monody)

    Noun

    (monodies)
  • An ode, as in Greek drama, for a single voice, often specifically a mournful song or dirge.
  • Any poem mourning the death of someone; an elegy.
  • A monotonous or mournful noise.
  • (music) A composition having a single melodic line.
  • Derived terms

    * monodic * monodical * monodist

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