Translation for 'Phrygian' from English to Russian
NOUN   a Phrygian | Phrygians
фригийский {adj}
фригийский язык {м}
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Translation for 'Phrygian' from English to Russian

фригийский {adj}ист.

фригийский язык {м}ист.линг.

Usage Examples English
  • Images of the Zoroastrian divinity Mithra - depicted with a radiated phrygian cap - appear extensively on the Indo-Greek coinage of the Western kings.
  • The effigy is a representation of a young woman wearing a crown of bay leaves in Roman style and a phrygian cap.
  • A characteristic that differentiates them from the tonás, normally in major mode, is their modulating character, constantly going from major to phrygian mode.
  • This is the most likely date of his multiple portrait, kept only in its lithograph rendition, showing Rosetti embracing Rosenthal himself and a third, unknown person - Rosenthal painted himself wearing a phrygian cap.
  • Above the volcanoes is a red Phrygian cap, a symbol of liberty, on top of a golden staff.

  • The hymn melody is in the phrygian mode and dates back to the Reformation.
  • The Andalusian cadence (diatonic phrygian tetrachord) is a term adopted from flamenco music for a chord progression comprising four chords descending stepwise – a iv–III–II–I progression with respect to the Phrygian mode or i–VII–VI–V progression with respect to the Aeolian mode (minor).
  • The theme is written in the E minor phrygian mode.
  • His bronzes feature the syncretic deity Zeus-Mithra wearing a phrygian cap and Athena standing at rest, both forming the vitarka mudra.
  • He is known for his signature playing style which incorporates neoclassical elements, using exotic scales such as harmonic minor, phrygian dominant, and diminished minor.

  • The motief of the lion in the Garden of Holland became a common symbol in heraldry, asleep or standing victorious with a phrygian cap.
  • A Bulería, it is generally played in C phrygian, with a capo on the third fret, based on the C 7 flat 9 chord.
  • Normally played in the key of E phrygian (key of C major with a sharpened fifth) and rarely in A minor, the verdiales have a 12-count rhythm similar to the soleares, and bulerías.
  • With the chord progression of C-Gm7-Dm-Am, the song is written in the key of A phrygian.
  • Inspired by the phrygian cap of the French revolution, it became largely ubiquitous during the 18th and 19th century.

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