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Having only one theme.
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As the trauma hasn't been acknowledged, people have become fixated on it, the discussion within society remaining monothematic and obsessive.
That which Hanslick considered a lack of diversity is, in fact, the symphony's monothematic principle, with the central theme appearing in all its movements.
Meetings including Monothematic and Special conferences, Post Graduate courses and other endorsed meetings that take place throughout the year
But by itself the introduction to his Text and Act (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995) should have warded off Campos's worries about some sort of monochromatic or monothematic approach to the debate over authenticity and the realization of the score, or "music in the process of becoming music," as Campos personifies the matter, "la musique en train de se faire.
Generalization of bathymetric data and isolines or monothematic data (such as geological maps) faces different challenges and was not attempted by this research.
First, the survey's monothematic nature may have resulted in a response set bias.
Just like in Solfeggietto, writing is virtually monothematic with sporadic chords, allowing for performance with alternate hands within minimal extension: from D2 to C5.
Haydn's strange monothematic first movement, folksy third movement minuet and amazingly minimalist finale were shown to us as never before f by The Henschels.
The transition from the absolute absence of signatures to the almost absolutely freedom, from the monothematic to the very large opening, from a dependency to the inability to define their one role and their own social position, all these cases have led a style of panic, and which we do not believe that is obsolete today.
He recognizes the "prison gloom of [Parry's] delusion" (124) when he vists Jean Logan, the widow of the balloon altruist, as de Clerambault's syndrome, a monothematic syndrome characterised as an unhealthy imagination, a "Theory of Mind delusion" (Charlton and McLelland 380).
First, one barrier to the view that delusions are a (generic) natural kind is their variable causation: Cotard's and Capgras' and other monothematic delusions seem to be isolated confabulations produced in response to localized neurological damage, while the systematic delusions of schizophrenics have some different source.
Third, the monothematic nature of the survey instrument might sensitize some subjects to think about the topic in an uncharacteristic way, another possible threat to internal validity.