Definición de agogic en inglés:

agogic

Saltos de línea: agogic
Pronunciación: /əˈgɒdʒɪk
 
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Music

adjetivo

  • Relating to or denoting accentuation within musical phrases by slight lengthening of notes.
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    • What is new is the agogic and dynamic stress on the E, the weakest note of the C major triad, in bar 4.
    • In addition, a trend in the response criteria relates to the concept of agogic accents in music - that is, the creation of a sense of accenting through the manipulation the timing of notes.
    • Pairs generally include pieces of contrasting mood and agogic character, while larger groups offer more intricate narratives.

sustantivo

(agogics) [usually treated as singular] Volver al principio  
  • The use of agogic accents.
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    • Hugo Riemann argues that without agogics music would be ‘machinelike’, and Wagner asserts that music would be ‘colourless and lifeless’ if played strictly as written.
    • Dynamics and agogics have virtually no significance; each intensification happens more or less on its own accord, without any perceptible outside stimulus.
    • Three particularly instructive excerpts will be considered, and in each case Clynes’ very special agogics will be contrasted with that of one other pianist.

Origen

late 19th century: coined in German from Greek agōgos 'leading', from agein 'to lead', + -ic.

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