double-dotted

double-dotted

adj
1. (Music, other) (of a note) increased to one and three quarters of its original time value by the addition of two dots
2. (Music, other) (of a rhythm) characterized by pairs of notes in which the first one, lengthened by two dots, makes up seven eighths of the time value of the pair
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With an over-reliance to make the piece "baroque" with double-dotted eighth notes, Rohde lost the opportunity to display the wonderful linear constructions of the work.
They are equally poignant and lyrical in "To Thee, Thou Glorious Son of Worth" also from Theodora, and commanding in the double-dotted rhythms of "FromThis Dread Scene" from Judas Maccabaeus.
Twilight found him double-dotted, locked down in the hospital, and charged with eight felonies, including.
He delineated roads with a double-dotted line like our unhedged ones today, and introduced the marginal grid reference system, as well as the triangular Table of Distances between the principal towns and cities which are to be found in the present-day motoring atlases.