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Meaning of neuma



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neuma
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By an association with Greek 960; 957; 949; 965; 956; 945; ( pneuma "breath, breath, breath"). 1st_ In the biblical sense it is the soul. See rúaj . 2nd_ Sign used in the Middle Ages to write choral music. See pneumatic ( notation ) . || From Greek 957; 949; 965; 956; 945; ( neum "headboard" ) . In rhetoric it is the expression by means of a gesture, an interjection or an onomatopoeia.

  



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Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Decoration notes to finish a flat song. It can also be any of the signs that were formerly used for musical notation. It is a word of Greek origin and means breath, breath, spirit. Pneuma.

  

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GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

neuma-set of ornamental notes in which the classically-singing musical compositions ended, formerly

  











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