His later works, succeeding his move from Manila to Zambales with Plet in 2002, acquired a lighter tonal language
Her tonal language
is much removed from that of Thomas Arne, but her music frames the Ode convincingly.
Michaud has succeeded in creating a great variety of colours and a clear, intense and very lyrical tonal language
, even from the percussion.
Deutsch surmises that learning perfect pitch is, for fluent speakers of a tonal language
, akin to learning a second tone language.
In the third movement of "Apparebit Repentina Dies'' Hindemith uses the popular Baroque form, passacaglia, and he sets the fourth movement in the style of a Bach chorale, though in a more modern tonal language
Phonologically, French is a tonal language
which makes use of accent marks to guide pronunciation and the meaning of words.
An intonational language has the tone group (often a word group) as its domain while a tonal language
has the word as its domain.
They are written in Xhosa, a tonal language
, rich in idioms, possessing consonants formed by making clicking sounds.
The composers chosen are largely conservative (Samuel Barber and Leonard Bernstein, for example), who wrote in traditional genres and in a clearly tonal language
Yet it is tacitly acknowledged that the tonal language
of, say, Corelli and the tonal language
of Brahms have little in common.
As a result of this European training, the earliest Chinese art songs were an uneasy marriage of a tonal language
of monosyllabic words with a musical structure most suitable for nontonal languages of multisyllabic words.
Many see the traditional tonal language
as a relic of the past that will hold a youth back in schools or careers.