quarter note

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quarter note

n. Music
A note having one-fourth the time value of a whole note. Also called crotchet.

quarter note

n
(Music, other) music US and Canadian a note having the time value of a quarter of a semibreve. Also called: crotchet

quar′ter note`



n.
a musical note equal in time value to one quarter of a whole note.
[1755–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.quarter note - a musical note having the time value of a quarter of a whole notequarter note - a musical note having the time value of a quarter of a whole note
musical note, note, tone - a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound; "the singer held the note too long"
Translations
fjórðapartsnóta
četrtinka
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Les domes, sur l'azur des ondes Suivant la phrase au pur contour, S'enflent comme des gorges rondes Que souleve un soupir d'amour.
Un long soupir de soulagement regne partout, notamment dans les zones campagnardes ou les populations gemissent sous l'effet de l'aridite, depuis des lustres.
Bien sur, il y a a boire et a manger, mais, globalement, la Tunisie peut pousser un soupir de soulagement, si relatif soit-il.
As darkness falls over the muddy battlefields around Malmaison and Soupir, French and German batteries prepare to yet again support their troops on the contested ground," EA wrote in its (https://www.
beaucoup plus grand que] Il poussa un profond soupir et lui dit de s'en remettre a Dieu.
Entre ellos, esta la formalina, uno de los compuestos mas efectivos y de facil manejo (Rowland et al, 2006, 2008; Barnes & Soupir, 2007).
ASABE member Michelle Soupir, Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Iowa State University, Ames, USA, msoupir@iastate.
Avant de rendre le dernier soupir il appela ses cinq fils, Anselme, Salomon, Nathan, Charles et James, aupres de son lit de mort.
Inevitably, many of those constables serving with the armed forces would pay the ultimate price for their service to the nation, as Cardiff Borough Council minutes of the time note: "The Head Constable reported that Constable Camfield was killed in action between 14-16 Sep at Soupir, France.
Best known for work in baroque opera d" d'Oustrac is a remarkable singing actress: shedoesn't have to articulate the sighs in the mournful Soupir but implies them most effec-c tively.
THE cemetery of Soupir, above, is located behind the village church.