Chant. Gregorian chant (plainchant or plainsong) owes its roots to the single-line melodies of Greek and Hebrew musicNamed after Pope Gregory the Great (reigned 590-604)While there is some controversy over the subject, chant is largely agreed to be nonmetric. Characteristics of Chant. monophonicfree-flowing vocal line which reflects the inflections of the Latin textgenerally agreed to be nonmetriclargely conjunct melodic motionapproximates a sort of musical speech.
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