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A Complete and Comprehensive Dictionary of 12, 500 Italian, French, German, English and Other Musical Terms, Phrases and Abbreviations (Paperback) Loot Price: R310
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A Complete and Comprehensive Dictionary of 12, 500 Italian, French, German, English and Other Musical Terms, Phrases and...
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A Complete and Comprehensive Dictionary of 12, 500 Italian, French, German, English and Other Musical Terms, Phrases and Abbreviations (Paperback)

John Hiles

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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. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...called the Aretinian scale: the syllable si was introduced afterwards. Guigue. See Giga. Guiltern. See Gittern. Guimearde (Fr.) A Jew's harp. Guitar. Au instrument with six strings, which are twitched by the fingers of the right hand: the neck of the guitar is furnished with frets. There are three kinds: the German, Italian, and Spanish guitar. It is supposed to be of Spanish invention, and is very popular, and much used in that country. Guitake (Fr.) "j Guitaera (Sp.) A guitar. Guitakke (Ger.) J Guitarrero (Sp.) A guitar maker. Guitakilla (Sp.) A little guitar. Guitakrista (Sp.) A guitar player. Guitarr6n (Sp.) A large guitar. Guiterne. A species of lute, formerly used. GulfSt (Ger.) Grace, tenderness. Guracho (Sp.) See Guarache. Gusto (It.) Taste, expression. Gustosamente (It.) Tastefully, expressively. Gustoso (It.) Expressive, tasteful. Guttural. Formed too much in the throat, instead of coming freely from the chest. H H. This Utter is used by the Germans for B-natural, which note is called by the French and Italians si. Haeer-rohr (Ger.) Shepherd's flute. Hackerett (Ger.) The dulcimer. Halu-cadeuz (Ger.) Half-cadence: see that word. Hale-note (Ger.) A minim. Hale-ton (Ger.) Half-tone, semitone. Half-cadence. An imperfect cadence; a close on the dominant. Half-note. A-minim. Tt (Ger.) Sound, clangour, clang Hall-drommete (Ger.) A powerful trumpet. Hallelujah (Heb.) Praise ye the Lord. A song of thanksgiving. Hallen (Ger.) To sound, to clang. Hall-trompete (Ger.) A powerful trumpet. Hals ( Ger.) Neck of a violin, viola, &c. Hammer. That part of the action, or mechanism, of a pianoforte, which strikes the strings, and thus produces the sound. Hanche (Fr.) See Anche. Hand-glocke (Ger.) Hand-hell. Hand-guide. See Guide-main....

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Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: September 2013
First published: September 2013
Authors: John Hiles
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 5mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 94
ISBN-13: 978-1-130-49406-8
Barcode: 9781130494068
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LSN: 1-130-49406-3

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