dodecaphonic
adjective Etymology: dodeca- + phon- + -ic Date: 1949 twelve-tonedodecaphonically adverbdodecaphonist noundodecaphony noun

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  • dodecaphonic — [dō΄dek ə fän′ik, dō dek΄fān′ik] adj. 〚 DODECA + PHON(E) + IC〛 TWELVE TONE dodecaphonist [dō΄dek əfə nist, dō΄dek əfōn΄ist] n. dodecaphony …   Universalium

  • dodecaphonic — [dō΄dek ə fän′ik, dō dek΄fān′ik] adj. [ DODECA + PHON(E) + IC] TWELVE TONE dodecaphonist [dō΄dek əfə nist, dō΄dek əfōn΄ist] n. dodecaphony [dō΄dek əfə nē, dō΄dek əfōn΄ē] n. dodecaphonism [dō΄dek əfə niz΄əm, dō΄dek əfōn΄iz΄əm] …   English World dictionary

  • dodecaphonic — adjective Of or pertaining to dodecaphony …   Wiktionary

  • dodecaphonic — adj. based on the twelve tone musical technique …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dodecaphonic — [ˌdəʊdɛkə fɒnɪk] adjective Music another term for twelve note …   English new terms dictionary

  • dodecaphonic — do·deca·phon·ic …   English syllables

  • dodecaphonic — /ˌdoʊdɛkəˈfɒnɪk/ (say .dohdekuh fonik) adjective relating to serial music; twelve tone. {dodeca + phonic} –dodecaphonist, noun –dodecaphony, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • dodecaphonic — adj. Mus. = twelve note …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dodecaphonic police — A term used by Franco Evangelisti to describe the overly zealous minor followers of himself, Pierre Boulez, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Bruno Maderna, and Luigi Nono in the Darmstadt School during the 1950s …   Wikipedia

  • dodecaphonism — dodecaphonic /doh dek euh fon ik/, adj. dodecaphonically, adv. dodecaphonist, n. /doh dek euh feuh niz euhm, doh di kaf euh /, n. musical composition using the 12 tone technique. Also, dodecaphony /doh dek euh foh nee, doh di kaf euh nee/. [1950… …   Universalium

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