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doctrine of ethos
the belief that music affects character and that different kinds of music affect it in different ways
a musical texture resulting from the performance of a monophonic melody by a large group of singers and/or instruments when some of the players would embellish the melody simultaneously with its plain performance by others in the ensemble
traditionally, a combination of tones that are pleasing or restful in contrast to dissonance
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