parhypate

parhypate

(pɑːˈhɪpətiː)
n
a note in ancient Greek music, the second lowest note in the two lowest tetrachords
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In theory, as Haslam says, this need make no difference, since every tetrachord in any one (theoretical) system had exactly the same internal structure: a tetrachord whose form is determined by the positions of trite and paranete could be used as a paradigm in this context just as appropriately as one involving parhypate and lichanos.
22) It is identical with the range of parhypate, the corresponding note in the tetrachord meson: this is specified at El.