appoggiatura

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  • noun

Synonyms for appoggiatura

an embellishing note usually written in smaller size

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The relationship of the final G to the appoggiaturas is seen in greater clarity when the entirety of the first part of the piece is considered: the first part of the piece, as previously noted, lasts four minutes and eleven seconds in Messiaen's performance--the only essential note is played for only twenty-one seconds.
1, to the placement of individual p markings over notes that resolve appoggiaturas.
What follows are many examples of appoggiaturas, generally in the order they appear in the A-Minor Concerto.
This creates a pronounced leaning on the first note, an appoggiatura, and so renders it more "moving.
Michel's realization of the continuo raises familiar problems, including inner voices that apparently take little notice of the clashes they produce with the flute parts, such as appoggiaturas where, according to C.
Tempo and dynamic markings supplied by the editor are given in parentheses, and performance suggestions for appoggiaturas are indicated in small notes above the staff.
The melodies are distinctly florid, full of appoggiaturas, Scotch snaps, and trills, and the figured bass is generally quite varied.
6, the usual ossia vocal appoggiaturas in the recitatives, and a suggested keyboard figuration for a passage in No.
Aitken's own analyses reveal an anachrohistic, vertical orientation to harmony, and his tabulation of appoggiaturas in a theme from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto K.
treatment of appoggiaturas, trills, and dynamics) would have been desirable, especially considering that older editions (ones in the public domain) have been chosen for the onscreen display.
Melodies constructed by Chadwick are elegant in shape, often employing appoggiaturas before the cadence; first and second themes are sharply distinguished from each other.
268) be interpreted as appoggiaturas "for it is that interpretation which makes it Rimsky's and Russia's first octatonic scale" (p.
Hauschka includes a number of editorial suggestions for performance, including recommendations for the performance of appoggiaturas based on Friedrich-Heinrich Neumann's dissertation "Die Theorie des Rezitativs im 17.
An alternative orchestral line or occasional hints for the realization of appoggiaturas provide the performer further assistance and options.
As to Vorschlagen, it is true that for Agricola these are mostly appoggiaturas (i.