гоморитмический, нота-против-ноты
1) homorhythmic style, homorhythmic texture — гоморитмический стиль, гоморитмическая фактура

English-Russian dictionary of musical terminology. 2015.

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  • homorhythmic — adjective Having the same rhythm throughout …   Wiktionary

  • Homorhythmic —    Polyphonic texture in which all voices have identical rhythmic patterns …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • Texture (music) — Introduction to Sousa s Washington Post March, m. 1 7   …   Wikipedia

  • Music — For other uses, see Music (disambiguation). Music …   Wikipedia

  • Sheet music — For other uses, see Sheet music (disambiguation). Sheet music is written representation of music. This is a homorhythmic (i.e., hymn style) arrangement of a traditional piece entitled Adeste Fideles, in standard two staff format for mixed voices …   Wikipedia

  • Counter-Reformation — Main articles: History of Christianity and History of the Catholic Church The Vulgata The council then went on to cite Sacred Tradition in support of the Vulgate s The Counter Reformation (also the Catholic Revival[1] or Catholic Reformation)… …   Wikipedia

  • Jacob Clemens non Papa — This article is about the Renaissance composer. For the friar and assassin, see Jacques Clément. Jacobus Clemens non Papa (also Jacques Clément or Jacob Clemens non Papa) (c. 1510 to 1515 – 1555 or 1556) was a Flemish composer of the Renaissance… …   Wikipedia

  • Unison — For other uses, see Unison (disambiguation). Perfect unison  Play ( …   Wikipedia

  • Homophony — This article is about the musical term. For other uses, see Homophony (disambiguation). Homophony in Tallis If ye love me, composed in 1549. The voices move together using the same rhythm, and the relationship between them creates chords: the… …   Wikipedia

  • John Bartlet — John Bartlet, also John Bartlett, (fl. 1606 1610) was an English Renaissance composer. He was employed as a musician by Sir Edward Seymour, Earl Hertford (1539 1621), and accompanied him on a diplomatic visit to Brussels in 1605. In Bartlet s… …   Wikipedia

  • Claudin de Sermisy — (c. 1490 – October 13, 1562) was a French composer of the Renaissance.[1] Along with Clément Janequin he was one of the most renowned composers of French chansons in the early 16th century; in addition he was a significant composer of sacred… …   Wikipedia