One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Homophony is a ubiquitous phenomenon across languages.’
- ‘Being raised in a Lutheran tradition, my vocal writing is largely chorale style homophony contrasting with traditional contrapuntal textures.’
- ‘By setting one voice against three, Byrd masterfully harnesses the emphatic qualities of both polyphony and homophony: the text repetition of the former and the clarity and unity of the latter.’
- ‘Note that I'm not denying that languages can and do differ in their relative amounts of homophony, word-sense ambiguity and lexical category ambiguity.’
- ‘This piece juxtaposes the calm homophony of the choir with a more mobile organ part.’
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