Definición de motivic en inglés:

motivic

Silabificación: mo·ti·vic
Pronunciación: /ˈmōtəvik
 
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adjetivo

Music
Of or relating to a motif or motifs.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A fairy-tale opera for children, it has also found a steady adult following, in part for its skilful use of folk or folk-like songs in a simple motivic technique derived from Wagner.
  • And would the listener recognise the deeper significance, in Cantata 105, of the worship of money as a betrayal of Christ without that motivic relationship?
  • Instead, the melodic phrases owe their unity and continuity to the juxtaposition of short segments with obvious motivic connections.

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