polyphonist


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polyphonist

(pəˈlɪfənɪst)
n
a musical composer of or theorist in polyphonya ventriloquist
Translations

polyphonist

n (Mus) → Polyfoniker(in) m(f), → Kontrapunktiker(in) m(f)
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21) Consistent with this ventriloqual practice, in his first ventriloqual demonstration, Callan proves a talented polyphonist, a skilled multiplier of voices and sounds.
Mr SPRINGTHORPE respectfully announces that he has engaged PROFESSOR JAMES, the great unrivalled Ventriloquist and Polyphonist, from the Polytechnic Institution, London, with his "LITTLE TOM," "FUNNY JOE," and "OLD LADY.
may open out new prospects of research not only into Ingegneri's work but also into major aspects of Italian and European music in the late sixteenth century: secondly, that the works of this illustrious polyphonist may once again return to the circuits of actual performance, on the solid foundation of a text freed from the incrustations of time.
But that is not so, a sensible polyphonist might concede, with conventional price and entry regulations.
The Latin dedications of the motet editions of the Franco-Flemish polyphonist front the second half of the sixteenth century as musical and literary sources.
Rather than progenitor of Anglican liturgy, Tallis is now presented as a frustrated polyphonist, 'chaffing against the restrictions of Protestant ideals.