Definitions for "Cantus "
Keywords:  lection, discant, vox, duo, monophonic
The principal text of a C-1 recitation, or the person or persons responsible for reciting that text. The cantus is usually situated closest to the audience and forms the principal section of the vox. It determines the prevailing speech characteristics of a lection. In monophonic recitations, the cantus is the same as the vox.
the principal (that is, important) melody at the top of a polyphonic texture. Often designed to form a duo with the tenor line; see discant-tenor framework.
Cantus is a professional nine-member male classical a capella group based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The group was founded at St. Olaf College in 1995, and gives 60-80 concerts annually.
Keywords:  cddb, ogg, vorbis, recursive, lookup
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