1 edition of Spaces of polyphony found in the catalog.
Spaces of polyphony
Clara Ubaldina Lorda Mur
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Clara-Ubaldina Lorda, Patrick Zabalbeascoa|
|Series||Dialogue studies -- v. 15|
|Contributions||Zabalbeascoa Terran, Patrick|
|LC Classifications||P40.5.D53 S73 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9789027210326, 9789027273581|
|LC Control Number||2012016822|
Polyphony in literature is the consequence of a dialogic sense of truth in combination with the special authorial position that makes possible the realization of that sense on the page. The dialogic sense of truth, as it manifests in Dostoevsky, is a radically different way of understanding the world to that of the monologic. Polyphony definition is - a style of musical composition employing two or more simultaneous but relatively independent melodic lines: counterpoint.
Polyphony. music that features several independent yet integrated lines. Parallel Organum. the chant melody is simply "shadowed" four notes below, and thus it cannot really said to be polyphonic at all. In fact, it is merely a "thickening" of the chant melody. Free Organum. In a novel, polyphony is in most cases metaphorical, as is the term “voice”. According to David Lodge, a polyphonic novel is a “novel in which a variety of conflicting ideological positions are given a voice and set in play both between and within individual speaking subjects, without being placed and judged by an authoritative authorial voice” (Lodge 86). Polyphony, the opposite of monophony (one voice, such as chant), is the outstanding characteristic that differentiates Western art music from the music of all other cultures. The special polyphony of ensembles in Asian music includes a type of melodic variation, better described as heterophony, that is not truly contrapuntal in the Western sense.
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