paranete

paranete

(ˌpærəˈniːtiː)
n
a note in ancient Greek music, the second highest note of the higher of two tetrachords
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Mallari, Richel Paranete Llanes, August Presillas Templado and Bernie Abrina Rubia, 'for unlawfully importing white sugar into the country with an aggregate value, including duties and taxes of P21.558 million.'
Mallari, Richel Paranete Llanes, August Presillas Templado, and Bernie Abrina Rubia of Red Star Rising Corporation were slapped with three criminal charges - unlawful importation of rice, economic sabotage and importing 16 containers of white sugar into the country with an aggregate value, including duties and taxes, amounting to P21,558561.
: Dante Lunar, Leonardo Mallari, Richel Paranete Llanes, August Presillas Templado and Bernie Abrina Rubia.
But the notes named or alluded to by the present writer do not belong to this tetrachord: notes called trite and paranete are found only in tetrachords that lie in the upper part of the system, above mese.
The Greek names for the second, third and fourth notes in each of these tetrachords are trite, paranete and nete: when distinctions need to be made, the word synemmenon or diezeugmenon is added to the name.
Line 5 apparently referred to (two unconvertible words in Greek Characters), |mixed melodic compos is clear from the sequel that the author has some particular nexus of notes in mind: let us provisionally assume that the missing portions of lines 4-5 contained a reference to the note paranete. (There is some slight evidence for this.
(seventeen unconvertible words in Greek Characters).(17) On this reading, (one unconvertible word in Greek Character) in line 9 and (one unconvertible word in Greek Character) in line 10 pick up the word (one unconvertible word in G Aristoxenian term (one unconvertible word in Greek Character), |musical character', |melodic functio be: |for there is sung the character (note-function) of diatonic paranete, but this traverses, without discontinuity, the whole of the range of the higher trite'.
The note under consideration here, acquires the character, (one unconvertible word in Greek Character) or (one unconvertible word in Greek Character emerges, and hence it strikes the ear as a paranete at the moment when it is sung ((one unconvertible word in Greek Character)).
If this is roughly right, the point is readily understood, since the proposition stated above, that paranete synemmenon and trite diezeugmenon inhabit the same range, is not true when the paranete is chromatic or enharmonic.(25) Presumably the author went on to explain by what devices a comparable |mixture' or |modulation' might be achieved in these cases, and it is a great pity that his account has been lost.
A transition between tetrachords has taken place, pivoting on the note C, which in its initial context must be trite diezeugmenon (the |higher' trite), but in retrospect, in the light of the subsequent B[flat], functions also as paranete synemmenon.
Mallari, Richel Paranete Llanes, August Presillas Templado, and Bernie Abrina Rubia were slapped with three criminal charges for violations of Section 1401 (unlawful importation) in relation to Section 117 of the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act and Section 3 of R.A.
officers Dante Lunar, Leonardo Mallari, Richel Paranete Llanes, August Presillas Templado and Bernie Abrina Rubia.