Intoning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Intone
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Intoning

Intoning is a musical modulation of the voice, differing from chanting chiefly in the fact that in the latter case the cadence is more developed, the divisions more rhythmical, and the music in continuous harmony. The practice prevails in the Greek, Roman, Anglican, and Lutheran Churches.
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intoning

intoning To utter in musical tones; to sing, chant; spec. To recite in a singing voice (especially, a psalm, prayer, etc. in a liturgy); usually to recite in monotone.
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intoning

Uttering prayers, sutras, and so on in the form of a musical recitative. The practice of intoning is very ancient and is practised among the great majority of cultures,...
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