Hypophrygian


Hypophrygian
гипофригийский;
Hypophrygian mode — гипофригийский лад

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  • hypophrygian — / frijˈi ən/ adjective 1. Below the Phrygian mode 2. Applied in ancient Greek music to a mode having as its upper tetrachord the lower tetrachord of the Phrygian (as: g; a b c d; d e f g), and in old church music to a plagal mode extending from b …   Useful english dictionary

  • hypophrygian — hy·po·phrygian …   English syllables

  • Hypophrygian mode — The Hypophrygian mode, literally meaning below Phrygian , is a musical mode or diatonic scale of ancient Greece that was based upon the Phrygian tetrachord: a series of rising intervals of a whole tone, followed by a semitone, followed by another …   Wikipedia

  • hypophrygian mode — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷+... noun Etymology: hypophrygian (from Late Latin hypophrygius hypophrygian from Greek hypophrygios, from hypo + phrygios Phrygian, from Phrygia, ancient country in west central Asia Minor + English an) + mode; translation of Greek… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hypophrygian mode — /huy poh frij ee euhn, hip oh , huy poh , hip oh /, Music. a plagal church mode represented on the white keys of a keyboard instrument by an ascending scale from B to B, with the final on E. [trans. of Gk hypophrýgia harmonía; see HYPO , PHRYGIAN …   Universalium

  • Musical system of ancient greece — This article concerns itself with the music theoretical and mathematical tone system of ancient Greece. For a discussion of the cultural aspects and history of ancient Greek music, see Music of ancient Greece. The musical system of ancient Greece …   Wikipedia

  • Musical mode — This article is about modes as used in music. For other uses, see Mode (disambiguation). Modern Dorian mode on C  Play …   Wikipedia

  • mode — mode1 /mohd/, n. 1. a manner of acting or doing; method; way: modern modes of transportation. 2. a particular type or form of something: Heat is a mode of motion. 3. a designated condition or status, as for performing a task or responding to a… …   Universalium

  • Gregorian mode — The introit Quasi modo geniti, from which Quasimodo Sunday gets its name, is in Mode 6. A Gregorian mode (or church mode) is one of the eight systems of pitch organization used to describe Gregorian chant. The name of Pope Gregory I was attached… …   Wikipedia

  • octave species — ▪ music       in early Greek music theory, any of the various arrangements of tones (T) and semitones (S) within an octave (series of eight consecutive notes) in the scale system. The basic Greek scale ranged two octaves and was called the… …   Universalium

  • Diatonic scale — Qualities Number of pitch classes 7 Maximal evenness Well formed generated collection Myhill s property Deep scale property Cardinality equals variety Struc …   Wikipedia