Sonus

Sonus is a Latin word, derived from the Greek `tonos” that means `noise, sound” or `tone, character, style.” It is also the root word for sonic and sound and was included in the names of well-known companies, including Sonus Networks, Sony and Panasonic, among others. The name may also refer to: ...
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Sonus

[journal] Sonus: Journal of Investigation Into Global Musical Possibilities is a peer-reviewed academic journal that covers musicology, music education, composition, theory, journalism, ethnomusicology, and other areas of the music and performing arts. It was co-founded in the fall of 1980 by American composer and music theorist Pozzi (Olga...
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sonus

sonus (s), soni (pl); (masculine) A noise, a sound; a tone. Ab acutissimo sono usque ad gravisimum sonum. 'From the highest treble to the deepest bass.'
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