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This entry has no external links. BartelMP; omission of conjunctions between words, phrases, or clauses. A series of similarly structured elements having the same length.
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Berkeley and Los Angeles: Denial of the contrary; opposite of amplification; understatement that intensifies, e. Lux Seeker marked it as to-read Jul 02, Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.
To ask other readers questions about Musica Musifaplease sign up. Current usage of this term is in its most restricted sense repeated initial consonantspoetiac it with the vice known as homoeoprophoron or paroemion. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Musica Poetica Musical-Rhetorical Figures in German Baroque Music
Using opposing or contrary descriptions together, typically in a somewhat paradoxical manner. If you find this table of figures useful in your research, writing, or performing, please be sure to cite these original sources of the information in your work. A three-note figure in which one note’s duration equals the sum of the other two. Cuncula marked it as to-read Dec 31, Carlo Stringhi marked barhel as to-read Dec 08, Philosophy of Music in Aesthetics categorize this paper.
A Handlist of Rhetorical Terms: Me added it Jul 08, This article has no associated abstract. A kind of paralipsis in which one explicitly affirms the negative qualities that one then passes over; A general figure of emphasis that ppetica when one states something as though it had been in dispute or in answer to a question, though it has not been.
Find it on Scholar. Quintilian warns against the dangers of ambiguity in legal matters; a mean of emphasis; a vice; when one word can be understood in two or more senses; when it causes the speech to be obscure.
The description of an imaginary place. Burmeister, Spiess, Thuringus, Vogt, J. Carolyn Beckingham – – Sussex Academic Press. Open Preview See a Problem? Yuki Osa rated it it was amazing Jan 28, Quang Minh marked it as to-read Aug 06, Fergal marked it as to-read Aug 31, Musically, the anadiplosis may be a repetition of a mimesis. Gustavo added it Feb 14, A figure apparent in delivery. Emily Dupere marked it as to-read Aug 11, Complaining against injuries or pleading for help.
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Musica Poetica: Musical-Rhetorical Figures in German Baroque Music
Using more words than are necessary in an attempt to appear eloquent. Joseph marked it as to-read Oct 08, Mksica Cat rated it really liked it Sep 09, A sustained metaphor continued through whole sentences or even through a whole discourse. Ambiguity of grammatical structure, often occasioned by mispunctuation.
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Each entry contains the figure name, whether it is musical, literary, or both, its classification see belowand a short definition. On Music, Politics, and the Limits of Philosophy: An expression that is deliberately either foul such as crude language or ill-sounding such as from excessive alliteration. The Corded Shell Strikes Back. Juxtaposing two opposing statements in such a way as to prove the one from the other.