In music, hocket is the rhythmic linear technique using the alternation of notes, pitches, or chords. Music is an Art form in which the medium is Sound organized in Time. Rhythmic contemporary, also known as rhythmic top 40, rhythmic contemporary hit radio or rhythmic crossover, is a music Radio format that The word linear comes from the Latin word linearis, which means created by lines. In Music, the term note has two primary meanings 1 a sign used in Musical notation to represent the relative duration and pitch of a Sound; Pitch represents the perceived Fundamental frequency of a sound This article describes musical chords in traditional Western styles This is opposed to the alternation of phrases, or antiphony. This article is about the musical term See Antiphon (person the orator of ancient Greece In medieval practice of hocket, the melody in two voices moves (sometimes quickly) back-and-forth in such a manner that one voice is still while the other moves, and vice-versa. In Music, a melody (from Greek μελῳδία - melōidía, "singing chanting" also tune, voice, or
In European music, hocket was used primarily in vocal music of the 13th and early 14th centuries. It was a predominant characteristic of music of the Notre Dame school, during the ars antiqua, in which it was found in sacred vocal music. Ars antiqua, also called ars veterum or ars vetus, refers to the music of Europe of the late Middle Ages between approximately In the 14th century, the device was most often found in secular vocal music.
The phrase originated from its use to describe medieval French motets but is commonly used in contemporary music (Louis Andriessen's Hoketus), popular music (funk, stereo panning), Indonesian gamelan music (interlocking patterns shared between two instruments -- called imbal in Java and Kotekan in Bali), Andean siku (panpipe) music (two pipe sets sharing the full number of pitches between them), and many African cultures such as the Ba-Benzélé (featured on Herbie Hancock's "Watermelon Man", see Pygmy music), Mbuti, Basarwa (Khoisan), and Gogo (Tanzania). In Western music, motet is a word that is applied to a number of highly varied choral musical compositions In the broadest and popular sense Contemporary music is any music being written in the present day Louis Andriessen ( June 6, 1939) is a Dutch Composer and pianist based in Amsterdam. Hoketus was an amplified musical ensemble founded by Dutch composer Louis Andriessen in the Netherlands in 1976. Popular music is Music belonging to any of a number of musical styles that are accessible to the general public and are disseminated by one or more Funk is an American musical style that originated in the mid- to late-1960s when African American musicians blended Soul music, Soul Panning is the spread of a Monaural signal in a stereo or multi-channel sound field Indonesia is culturally diverse and every one of the 18000 islands has its own cultural and artistic history and character A gamelan is a musical ensemble of Indonesia typically featuring a variety of instruments such as metallophones xylophones drums and gongs bamboo flutes bowed and A musical instrument is a device constructed or modified for the purpose of making Music. Imbal or imbalan is a technique used in Javanese Gamelan. It refers to a rapid alternation of a melodic line between instruments in a way similar to Hocket Java (Jawa is an Island of Indonesia and the site of its Capital city Jakarta. Kotekan is a style of playing fast interlocking parts in most varieties of Balinese Gamelan music including Gamelan gong kebyar, Gamelan Bali is an Indonesian Island located at, the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to Andean music comes from the general area inhabited by the Incas prior to European contact The Siku (siku siku also "Sicu" "Sicus" "Zampolla" or Spanish zampoña) is a traditional Andean Panpipe. Herbert Jeffrey Hancock ("Herbie" born April 12 1940 is a Jazz Pianist and Composer. " Watermelon Man " is a Jazz standard written by Herbie Hancock, first released on his debut album Takin' Off (1962 in a grooving The Pygmies are a broad group of people who live in Central Africa, especially in Congo, Central African Republic and Cameroon. The Mbuti people or Bambuti as they are collectively called are one of several indigenous Hunter-gatherer groups in the Congo region of The Bushmen, San, Sho, Basarwa, ǃKung or Khwe are indigenous people of southern Africa that spans most areas of South Africa English-style church bellringing is related to hocket, as each ringer is performing on a separate instrument. Change ringing is the art of ringing a set of tuned bells in a series of mathematical patterns called "changes"