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A Dictionary of Musical Terms: Containing Upwards of 9,000 English, French ... - Page 101
by Theodore Baker - 1895 - 257 pages
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A Pronouncing Pocket-manual of Musical Terms: Together with the Elements of ...

Theodore Baker - Music - 1905 - 176 pages
...(Ger., im). In the...// Tempo, in the regular Imitando (It., e-me-tahn'd6h). Imitating. Imitation. The repetition of a motive, phrase or theme proposed...part (the consequent), with or without modification . . . Canonic tmitation, strict imitation... Free imitation, that in which changes of the antecedent...
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Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of ...

Louis Charles Elson - Electronic books - 1905 - 306 pages
...Ger., Wachahmung.) 5 as in tone ; 6 as in dove ; 8 as in not ; fi as in up ; ii the French sound of a. The repetition of a motive, phrase, or theme proposed...part (the consequent), with or without modification. Imitation, augmented. A style of imitation in which the answer is given in notes of greater value than...
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Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of ...

Louis Charles Elson - Electronic books - 1905 - 306 pages
...(Lat., imitatio ; Fr, imitation; It., imitazione ; Ger., Nachahmung.*) IMITATION, AUGMENTED IMPROVISARE The repetition of a motive, phrase, or theme proposed...part (the consequent), with or without modification. Imitation, augmented. A style of imitation in which the answer is given in notes of greater value than...
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Elson's Pocket Music Dictionary: The Important Terms Used in Music with ...

Louis Charles Elson - Electronic books - 1909 - 180 pages
...mirth. II pib (It.) (eel pe-oo.) The most. Im (Ger.) (em.) In the. Imitaiulo (It.) (ee-mee-ian-do.) Imitating. Imitation (Lat., imitatio; Fr., imitation;...part (the consequent), with or without modification. Immer (Ger.) (im-mer.) Always, ever. Impa/ientc (It.) (im-pa-tse-en-te.) Impatient, hurried. Impazienteme'nte...
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Elson's Pocket Music Dictionary: The Important Terms Used in Music with ...

Louis Charles Elson - Music - 1909 - 180 pages
...Imitando (It.) (ee-mee-Min-do.) Imitating. Imitation (Lat., imitatio; Fr., imitation; It., mntaziiiiu:; Ger., Nachahmung.) The repetition of a motive, phrase,...part (the consequent), with or without modification. Immer (Ger.) (Im-mer.) Always, ever. Impaziente (It.) (im-pa-tse-en-te.) Impatient, hurried. Impazientemente...
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A Dictionary of Musical Terms: Containing Upwards of 9,000 English, French ...

Theodore Baker - Music - 1923 - 257 pages
...Imitan'do (It.) Imitating. Imitation. (Lat. imita'tio; Fr. imitation; It. imitazio'ne; Ger. Ncuh'ahmung.) The repetition of a motive, phrase or theme proposed...antecedent at the interval of a fifth, octave, etc ... /. by augmentation, that in which the timevalue of each note of the antecedent is increased according...
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