Accentus

Accentus is a style of church music that emphasizes spoken word. It is often contrasted with concentus, an alternative style that emphasizes harmony. The terms accentus and concentus were probably introduced by Andreas Ornithoparchus in his Musicae Activae Micrologus, Leipzig, 1517. `Concentus might be chief ruler over all things that are sung.......
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Accentus

[choir] Accentus is a French chamber choir founded by Laurence Equilbey in 1991. The ensemble has been in residence at the Opéra de Rouen since 1998. ==Discography== Naive: ...
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accentus

accentus Tone, melody. In Roman Catholic churches, a reference to church music, in which a part of the liturgy of the Mass is chanted by the celebrant alone.
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