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tin·tin·nab·u·lar

 (tĭn′tĭ-năb′yə-lər) also tin·tin·nab·u·lar·y (-lĕr′ē) or tin·tin·nab·u·lous (-ləs)
adj.
Of or relating to bells or the ringing of bells.

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These articles, not published as a collection in any other language, is one of the most comprehensive anthologies of articles specialising in the tintinnabuli technique.
Fur Alina" was created by the tintinnabuli method invented by Part and allowing the pianist to evoke a special piano sound with sacred harmonies and rhythmicity.
Here we had the often austere "holy minimalism" of Part's music with his self-invented tintinnabuli compositional technique offering meditations on the essential questions in life, set alongside the thoughtful but rather more approachable and optimistic music of Tabakova.
Here we had the often-austere "holy minimalism" of Part's music with his tintinnabuli compositions offering meditations on life's essential questions, set alongside the thoughtful but rather more approachable and optimistic music of Tabakova.
Guest Artist ACB Dance Company will present its 2012 duet Tintinnabuli.
Salve Regina para coro mixto, celesta y orquesta de cuerdas: pleamares medievales, celesta que subraya el tintinnabuli en resonancias de misticismo arropador.
Las herramientas se han vuelto espartanas y remiten a la quintaesencia de la musica tonal, la triada, que Part acomete amparado en sus tintinnabuli, proceder que alude al sonido de las campanas, a como su tanido establece un espacio sonoro donde conviven notas sostenidas y graves con otras agudas y evanescentes.
I think that it's in this piece that he got his second wind, reviving his tintinnabuli with a freer approach.
As a musical language, tintinnabuli is concerned with three essential elements: the triad, the linear melodic line, and silence.
Although this modus operandi permeates most of the discussion of the music, the technical vocabulary is appropriately enlarged in order to accommodate the later tintinnabuli music.
Por su parte, los cimbalos discretisimos con los que abre el Concierto para violonchelo de Lavista nos traen a la mente la musica religiosa y tintinnabuli (campanilleo) del estonio Arvo Part --Fratres, Tabula rasa-- asi como las campanillas que muy de vez en vez resuenan en el zendo de un retiro zen.
Thus, on the one hand, the works from Part's instrumental output reviewed here are all equally representative of his tintinnabuli style, and, on the other, they also demonstrate something of the range of variants on his wider spiritual theme.