mordent


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The harpsichord part includes several curious details found only in the Lund manuscript: the addition of figures to the left hand bass line in the second movement, and an embellishment marking consisting of two vertical strokes indicating a downward mordent.
Il convient egalement de souligner que ces temoins se mordent les doigts de ne pas avoir pu reagir a temps, bien avant le prejudice fatal, car ils avaient l'habitude d'entendre la jeune fille crier a la rescousse, pendants qu'elle se faisait atrocement chatier.
Releguees au second plan, les forces progressistes, qui ont la paternite du discours probe, se mordent les doigts de se font subtiliser cette place de choix chez les couches desheritees pour la defense desquelles elles ont cru leur raison d'etre.
Mordent does not want to hire a detective to clear her, and the university president's wife and longtime friend of Mordent's, Maureen Chesterton, asks Axel to investigate for a week.
Les parties delegataires qui ont injecte le budget des contribuables pour attenuer leurs charges journalieres, pour manque de savoir-faire en la matiere et de ressources humaines suffisantes, se mordent les doigts de ne pas etre assez vigilantes pour finaliser un cahier des charges redhibitoire a l'encontre de la partie beneficiaire, en cas de bevue litigieuse.
128 in the first movement of the fourth concerto), the modern edition inadvertently replaces a turn sign with a mordent.
Although in some eighteenth-century sources the sign + indicates a mordent, in Bach's music there is no meaningful distinction between the signs +, t.
the trill, "continued shake," appoggiatura, mordent, and turn) that has more to do with how to play music than how to play the instrument.
64, the Minute Waltz, is an awesome 688 right-hand notes--12 notes per second, not including the mordents and trills.
Improved notation interpretation Sibelius playback has been greatly enhanced, providing better interpretation of notation distinctions such as tempo markings, metric emphasis, grace notes, mordents, caesuras, and breath marks; composers can now hear every nuance of their score played back in realistic detail, without having to hire an expensive orchestra,
However, elements in Sharp's notation of the playing of both Henry and Tom Cave - the 'Scotch snaps', flourishes, and their use of triplets, trills, and mordents - suggest both that they were sophisticated exponents of their art and that Sharp made every effort to record their musical personalities rather than merely the tunes in his notations.