Monophonic conversations about landscape.

by Colin Sackett

Publisher: Sackett in Axminster

Written in English
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Artist"s book, laser print, cloth and paper-covered flush-trimmed boards.

SeriesEnglish handwriting models -- No.2
The Physical Object
Pagination v. (f1) ([9] leaves) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18318220M

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Conversations With Landscape moves beyond the conventional dualisms associated with landscape, exploring notions of landscape and its relation with humans through Monophonic conversations about landscape. book metaphor of conversation. Such an approach conceives of landscape as an actor in the ongoing communication that is inherent in any perception, recognising the often-ignored Cited by: Conversations With Landscape moves beyond the conventional dualisms associated with landscape, exploring notions of landscape and its relation with humans through the metaphor of conversation.

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In music, monophony is the simplest of musical textures, consisting of a melody (or "tune"), typically sung by a single singer or played by a single instrument player (e.g., a flute player) without accompanying harmony or folk songs and traditional songs are monophonic.

A melody is also considered to be monophonic if a group of singers (e.g., a choir) sings the same melody together.

Monophony, musical texture made up of a single unaccompanied melodic line. It is a basic element of virtually all musical cultures. Byzantine and Gregorian chants (the music of the medieval Eastern and Western churches, respectively) constitute the oldest written examples of monophonic repertory.

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An example of monophony is one person whistling a tune, or a more musical example is the clarinet solo that forms the third movement of Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time. A homophonic texture refers to music where there are many notes at once, but all moving in the same rhythm.

Homophonic music has one clear melodic line, the part that. Monophonic texture can be created by one or many musicians, as long as they are all singing or playing the exact same note at the same time. This is called singing or playing in unison. Because men, women and instruments have different musical ranges, singing or playing in octaves is still monophonic.

So the phrase the book talks about X means the author talks (or writes) about that subject in the book. Talk sounds weird to me because you do not talk with a book, language, information only flow one way, from the book to you; reading a book is not having a conversation with it.

The phrase talks about is different from talks with. The former. Iowa is pretty far away from any U.S. border, but it's still affected by immigration.

A college grant has helped spark the conversation about Latino immigrants in the state.Many old (and some new) synthesizers are monophonic in that they can only play one note at a time. There are also a number of acoustic instruments that are monophonic.

In electronics or audio monophonic indicates only one channel of audio, as opposed to two (stereo) or quad (four).Monophonic texture consists of one layer: a single melody. Monophonic texture can be created by one or many musicians, as long as they are all singing or playing the exact same note at the same time.