Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Music

Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Music

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...viinh), Fr, A wind instrument. Intavolare (In-ta-v6-lii're), It. To write notes, to copy music. Intavolatura (In-ta-vo-la-too'rii), It. Musical notation. In tempo (In tem'po), It. In time. In tempore justo (In tem'po-re yoos-to), Lat. A direction to sing or play in equal, just, and exact time. Intendant 'anh-tanh-danh), Fr. 1Director, Intendente (In-ten den'te), /(. J conductor. See Imuresarto. Interlude. A short musical representation, introduced between the acts of any drama, or between the play and afterpiece: an intermediate strain or movement played between the verses of a hymn. Interludium (In ter-loo'dl-oom), Lat.") Intermede (anh-ter-mad'), Fr. I Intermedio (In-ter-n a'dI-o), It. J Intermezzo (In-ter-meVso), It. ) An interlude; intermediate, placed between two others; detached pieces introduced between the acts of an opera. Intermediate. A term applied to those flats and sharps which do not form any part of the original key of a composition, and which are also called accidentals. Intermedietto (In-ter-ma-dl-et'to), It. A short interlude, or intermezzo. Intermezzi (In-ter-met'tse), It. pi. Interludes, detached pieces or dances. Interrotto (In-ter-rot' to), /(. Interrupted, broken, speaking of cadence, accent, or rhythm. Interrupted cadence. A cadence in which the triad of the dominant is followed by some chord which changes the progression of the harmony. Interruzione (In-ter-root-sI-o'ne), It. Interruption. Interval. The distance, or difference, of pitch between tones. Intervals are reckoned by the degrees of the scale included, counting the tone of beginning aud that of ending. Intervals are represented upon the staff according to their essential nature, an augmented fourth, for instance, arising and resolving more

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  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 322g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236807480
  • 9781236807489