Definitions for "Polyphonic"
Having a multiplicity of sounds.
Consisting of several tone series, or melodic parts, progressing simultaneously according to the laws of counterpoint; contrapuntal; as, a polyphonic composition; -- opposed to homophonic, or monodic.
A musical instrument that is able to play more than one note at the same time. Music with more than one voice part.
Characterized by polyphony; as, Assyrian polyphonic characters.
of or relating to or characterized by polyphony; "polyphonic traditions of the baroque"
Keywords:  phonetic, letters, two, values
having two or more phonetic values; "polyphonic letters such as `a'"
Keywords:  heard, together, parts
several parts heard together
Keywords:  texture, independent, equal, parts
a texture in which all parts are equal and independent