tonetic

tonetic

(təʊˈnɛtɪk)
adj
(Linguistics) (of a language) distinguishing words semantically by distinction of tone as well as by other sounds. See tone language
[C20: from tone + -etic, as in phonetic]
toˈnetically adv
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Some of her proudest works have included the promotional video for First Rain Dance Theatre's Anima, documenting Hage Geingob's presidential campaign, and a video for music artist Tonetic.
polygenesis of prosodic contrasts regardless of how, exactly, we conceive the proto-system in tonetic terms.
Tonetic, Penilane, Erna Chimu, Famaz Attack, Lize Ehlers, Essence and the Heritage Band, Percival Rinquest and Shemyetu are just some of the better known established bands performing, but the Windhoek programme also features a few surprise acts of upcoming groups and individuals.
I describe my music as Fragile, Free, Curious, Warm and Expansive and categorize it as secretive and shy with the qualities of an intimate friendship", are the words of Steffen List better known as Tonetic who releases his self-produced solo album 'Tones of Red' at the Franco Namibia Cultural Centre (FNCC) this Friday 15 February.
Tonetic has since had numerous concerts and represented Namibia at festivals locally and in Malawi, and recently received the award for Best Original Music Score for the short film 100 Bucks, at last years Namibian Theatre and Film Awards.
Singer and songwriter Tonetic returns to the FNCCS Acoustic Friday Concert to present his debut Album 'Tones Of Red',
The sophisticated and enigmatic artist, TONETiC, will be staging a show at the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) on 18 February.
TONETiC who is an acclaimed cellist and bassist, will launch his music career through participating at the "Acoustic Friday" concert.