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staccato

staccato

staccato Sentence Examples

  • While still in the anteroom Prince Andrew heard loud voices and a ringing staccato laugh--a laugh such as one hears on the stage.

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  • For example, in sheet music there are symbols (crescendos) to indicate that the volume of the song should slowly increase, symbols to play a note short and sharply (staccato) and more.

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  • Another sub-genre, isikhwela jo, favored harsh, staccato vocals over mbube's softer melodies and fell out of favor in the 1940s.

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  • Be forewarned; some tablature books highlight the full dynamics of a song in tab notation like hammer-on's and staccato notes.

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  • To a nearby third party, who has no choice in the matter, this staccato and often accentuated dialog can drive you mad!

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  • A short staccato burst from the bass is followed by vocals and percussion heralding the song in.

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  • Stellastarr* - They Should Coco NYC art grads play staccato rock, but there's more to Stellastarr* than asymmetrical haircuts.

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  • jittery guitars, pulsing bass and staccato drum rolls lock together to blow away the cobwebs in the Vine.

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  • And it makes a lovely throaty rasp under acceleration and a staccato backfire when you lift off the throttle.

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  • A staccato metallic voice reverberated about the room like a marble in a tin can.

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  • Soft pads play gentle staccato chord, bright guitars strum hip-swaying rhythms and occasional steps into darker moods provide dramatic interludes.

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  • They admit their staccato riffs are drawn from XTC.

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  • They admit their staccato riffs are drawn from XTC.

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  • staccato riffs over the top.

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  • staccato rhythm.

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  • staccato bursts of melody.

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  • staccato beat in keeping with the vigorous expressive movements of the dancers.

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  • staccato guitar and was played with much gusto.

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  • staccato style in which he then spoke.

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  • surly staccato voice failed to hide his newly-found self-esteem.

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  • In La Montagne (1868), the last of the natural history series, the tricks of staccato style are pushed even farther than by Victor Hugo in his less inspired moments, though - as is inevitable, in the hands of such a master of language as Michelet - the effect is frequently grandiose if not grand.

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  • And it makes a lovely throaty rasp under acceleration and a staccato backfire when you lift off the throttle.

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  • A staccato metallic voice reverberated about the room like a marble in a tin can.

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  • Soft pads play gentle staccato chord, bright guitars strum hip-swaying rhythms and occasional steps into darker moods provide dramatic interludes.

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  • They admit their staccato riffs are drawn from XTC.

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  • I played chords and staccato riffs over the top.

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  • He 's sitting there, unkempt, in front of an ancient typewriter into which two fingers punch a staccato rhythm.

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  • This is a mid paced song with slower sections of instrumentation followed by short staccato bursts of melody.

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  • The music is played with a staccato beat in keeping with the vigorous expressive movements of the dancers.

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  • His first featured a soaring and diving vocal merged with staccato guitar and was played with much gusto.

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  • I wrote the first chapters in the staccato style in which he then spoke.

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  • His surly staccato voice failed to hide his newly-found self-esteem.

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