Classic song

The term "monody" is used in two senses:

As a synonym of monophony (a solo melodic line as opposed to unanimity and polyphony).
In the history of music follows the solo vocal style that is distinguished by a melodic line and organic accompaniment.
Although this music is found in various cultures throughout history, the term refers specifically to early 17th century Italian song (circa 1600-1640). It is a term - invention of researchers, as compositions in monodic style had various other names.
At our conservatory, classical singing lessons are held at least once a week by experienced teachers, with an expanded repertoire and a thorough knowledge of the necessary technical and dramatic background.
Along with obtaining a diploma in state-recognized classical song, diplomas are provided upon selection, certified by the English system, both in opera and musical theater.