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diapente

(ˌdaɪəˈpɛntɪ)
n
(Music, other) music (in classical Greece) the interval of a perfect fifth
[C14: from Latin, from Greek dia pente khordōn sumphōnia concord through five notes, from dia through + pente five]
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Hace igualmente referencia a la combinacion de tonos y sonidos con los que se forma la armonia: altera, tripla, diapason y diapente, o los intervalos que son la base de la armonia, e incluso a la teoria musical basada en las matematicas de Pitagoras cuando habla de la distincion entre el geometrico y aritmetico, y sus combinaciones matematicas.
syncopated; dissonant Stanza 8 She fell to the ground and the blood it did flow 8+6 Diapente melody; low She fell to the ground 8 High but within and the blood it did flow a fifth I left Pretty Polly for the birds to weep and moan.
Kurtzman's analyses of the sacred concertos take an eclectic approach that fuses traditional tonal analysis, modal analysis based on the work of Bernhard Meier, ideas borrowed from Eric Chafe's "modal-hexachordal system," and Susan McClary's quasi-Schenkerian concept of diapente descents.
La respuesta del Comes a veces puede empezar sobre una nota diferente de la del Dux y, segun los casos, el canon toma el nombre de : Synphonabis (al unisono), Diatessaron (a la cuarta ascendente), Diapente (a la quinta ascendente), Diapason (a la octava ascendente), Subiatessaron (a la cuarta descendente), Subdiapente (a la quinta descendente), Subdiapason (a la octava descendente).
The cantus firmus is in a diapason relation to the angels and in a diapason and diapente relation to God', even though God and the angels are an octave apart.
vb]: 'in musica proportio dupla uocatur dyapeson [sic], sexquialtera uero diapente, sexquitertia uero diatessaron.
The second annual Festival Diapente offered great parties as well as performances, including an evening inside a giant sandcastle at The Ritz-Carlton's Members Beach Club and a Sixth Sense celebration at the Van Wezel.
This accounts for diatessaron, diapente and diapason, the three types of melody.
9-15: Festival Diapente takes place at Van Wezel and other locations.
The diagram is a Boethian representation of the harmonic proportions or ratios connecting the numbers 3, 6, 8, 9, 12 and 16 with semicircles connecting them to indicate the 9:8 tonus, 8:6 diatessaron, 9:6 diapente, 12:6 diapason and so on.
In March, look forward to the Sarasota Jazz Festival, Festival Diapente, and the Eighth Annual Sarasota Film Festival that kicks off the last day of March and continues through April 9.