It runs as a polyphonic symphony compared to the simple percussion section of the heart or the synchronized cellos of the liver.
The frottola was a secular song, written in polyphonic style.
He is not polyphonic,—to borrow a musical metaphor,—but monophonie.
The word contrapuntal is often used synonymously with polyphonic.
The polyphonic writing is matchless in its evenness; every part is as good as every other part.
It embodied all that was noblest in the polyphonic style developed by the Netherlands school.
polyphonic complexity is to be found in some of the Mazourkas.
With polyphonic music such a method of building up a melody would interfere with the independence of the parts.
The result is best known in the polyphonic 16th-century motets.
Thus the musical requirements of polyphonic interpretation were artistically fulfilled.