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[Latin, quadruple]

Term used in Medieval theory having several meanings:

1. Polyphony having four voices.
2. The fourth voice (highest) in a polyphonic composition; (organum) having four or more voices.
3. Diminution or augmentation by a factor of four in mensural notation.


Last Updated: 2013-02-14 19:25:46