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For example, accelerando might be perceived as humorous because of the association or image of a competition: "We are running; let's see who will get there first?
Secondo il critico, al di la della misura temporale che scandisce le vicende, cio che caratterizza il tempo del romanzo sono le pulsioni sovratemporali che anticipano l'avvenire, o protraggono il passato, accelerando la ruota del tempo verso momenti cruciali.
expresivo--allegro, andante, accelerando, ritenuto--, de la
Both essentially divide the phrase into two four-bar parts, where the first part is played more or less with an accelerando (the worm moves to the right) and the second part with a ritardando, interrupted by a local speeding up in bar 6 (more pronounced in the Kempff performance).
I am inclined to agree with Gann's statement, with the following modification: it was Nancarrow's conception of accelerando, focusing on duration rather than tempo, which limited its compositional value, rather than any limitations inherent in large-scale accelerandi.
Montgomery claims that in Schubert's music' the consistent tempo framework indicated by stable metres plus a lack of numerous ritardando/ accelerando markings is probably his strongest inheritance from the Wiener Klassik .
Beyond this, other factors of tempo should be considered as well, such as how gradual or sudden a ritard or accelerando should be, or how much "breathing" time should be taken between larger sections of a piece (exposition and development, for example), or between small sections or phrases.
40), and the fashionable correlation between crescendo and accelerando, and decrescendo and ritenuto, both previously discussed in great detail (see pp.
Stross's novels and short fiction collections include The Atrocity Archives (2004), Singularity Sky (2003), Accelerando (2005), Saturn's Children ([GOOD] Nov/Dec 2008), and Wireless: The Essential Charles Stross (2009).
These mighty paragraphs were well built, though the occasional accelerando seemed inappropriate.
This is accompanied by an accelerando, and the voice has several long dramatic notes, but diminishes to pianissimo over a sustained chord and soft downward arpeggios for the piano under "ne portava le parole;' creating a beautiful ending.