arpeggiated

ar·peg·gi·ate

 (är-pĕj′ē-āt′)
tr.v. ar·peg·gi·at·ed, ar·peg·gi·at·ing, ar·peg·gi·ates
1. To play or sing (a chord) in arpeggio.
2. To represent (the tones of a chord) as separate notes, as on a staff.

ar·peg′gi·a′tor n.

arpeggiated

(ɑːˈpɛdʒɪˌeɪtɪd)
adj
having arpeggiosplayed as an arpeggio
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Sweet Child O' Mine" was an angular, arpeggiated riff on an open D chord that was so deceptively simple.
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In the grip of minimalist moods--listening to the American minimalists showed him that the circles of arpeggiated chords which he used to practice could often be quite enough--Janota liked to omit the voice.
A musical theme we come to identify with Rebecca underscores the title credits; then, without a pause, we hear a soft shimmer of strings against arpeggiated figures in the harps as we are "called" to Manderley and ushered through the gates.
Peter Anderson, an attorney for the band, repeated to jurors his argument that the riff that opens "Stairway to Heaven," a chromatic descending arpeggiated line that misses the 'E' note, was in the public domain and had been widely used.
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If I were to level one criticism at Ryley Walker it might be that he wears his influences a little too readily on his sleeve, most notably Tim Buckley's anguished jazz-infused folk troubadour, John Martyn's soulful musings, or Bert Jansch's lyrical arpeggiated guitar picking.
IF I were to level one criticism at Ryley Walker, it might be that he wears his influences a little too readily on his sleeve, most notably Tim Buckley's anguished jazz-infused folk troubadour, John Martyn's soulful musings, or Bert Jansch's lyrical arpeggiated guitar picking.
to Philly, it's 24 minutes of misshapen tempos and arpeggiated schoolyard melodies.
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These exercises are intense, consisting of long tones in diatonic and arpeggiated patterns.