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In music , hocket is the rhythmic linear technique using the alternation of notes , pitches , or chords. In medieval practice of hocket, a single melody is shared between two or occasionally more voices such that alternately one voice sounds while the other rests. In European music, hocket or hoquet was used primarily in vocal and choral 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 and string compositions. In the 14th century, this compositional device was most often found in secular vocal music. Although the term is in reference to this secular music of the 13th and 14th centuries in France, the technique under other names could be heard in different types of music across the world as early as the 11th century. As alternating or trading melodies between instruments had well been developed earlier in time to eventually influence the medieval usage of the technique. It is also evident in drum and bugle corps drumline music, colloquially known as "split parts" or simply "splits". The use of hocketing is in reference to a broken melody line between two or more instruments or vocals, many contemporary artists freely integrate hocketing techniques with other composition devices such as alternating melodies, trading multiple melodic sections, or translating them between instruments or switching intervals of melody, or composing interlocking melodies shared between instruments. Hocket technique typically implied sharing a vocal on the vowels or having a sequence of notes spliced between instruments or vocals with certain notes in the melody being the moments of exchange.
But it would not change my love for that person. Next year we are getting married but I already see a tough life ahead of me. I can only hope that my ex realizes and learns from the mistake he made in letting me go. I decided to sort of play along because she was amazing and I didn't believe some of the things she was telling me she actually believed. I can say this. Are there things you've had to compromise on to mutually make it work.