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ta·cet

 (tā′sĭt, tăs′ĭt, tä′kĕt′)
v. Music
Be silent. Used chiefly as a direction.

[Latin, third person sing. present tense of tacēre, to be silent.]

tacet

(ˈteɪsɛt; ˈtæs-)
vb
(Classical Music) (intr) (on a musical score) a direction indicating that a particular instrument or singer does not take part in a movement or part of a movement
[C18: from Latin: it is silent, from tacēre to be quiet]

ta•cet

(ˈtɑ kɛt, ˈtæs ɪt, ˈteɪ sɪt)
be silent (used in music to direct an instrument or voice not to play or sing).
[1715–25; < Latin: literally, (it) is silent]

tacet


Past participle: taceted
Gerund: taceting

Imperative
tacet
tacet
Present
I tacet
you tacet
he/she/it tacets
we tacet
you tacet
they tacet
Preterite
I taceted
you taceted
he/she/it taceted
we taceted
you taceted
they taceted
Present Continuous
I am taceting
you are taceting
he/she/it is taceting
we are taceting
you are taceting
they are taceting
Present Perfect
I have taceted
you have taceted
he/she/it has taceted
we have taceted
you have taceted
they have taceted
Past Continuous
I was taceting
you were taceting
he/she/it was taceting
we were taceting
you were taceting
they were taceting
Past Perfect
I had taceted
you had taceted
he/she/it had taceted
we had taceted
you had taceted
they had taceted
Future
I will tacet
you will tacet
he/she/it will tacet
we will tacet
you will tacet
they will tacet
Future Perfect
I will have taceted
you will have taceted
he/she/it will have taceted
we will have taceted
you will have taceted
they will have taceted
Future Continuous
I will be taceting
you will be taceting
he/she/it will be taceting
we will be taceting
you will be taceting
they will be taceting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been taceting
you have been taceting
he/she/it has been taceting
we have been taceting
you have been taceting
they have been taceting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been taceting
you will have been taceting
he/she/it will have been taceting
we will have been taceting
you will have been taceting
they will have been taceting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been taceting
you had been taceting
he/she/it had been taceting
we had been taceting
you had been taceting
they had been taceting
Conditional
I would tacet
you would tacet
he/she/it would tacet
we would tacet
you would tacet
they would tacet
Past Conditional
I would have taceted
you would have taceted
he/she/it would have taceted
we would have taceted
you would have taceted
they would have taceted
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In this composition, performed first by virtuoso pianist David Tudor in 1952, the performer is asked to tacet, or be silent, for three separate movements; how to differentiate the three movements is not discussed.
quam magnus numerus Libyssae harenae lasarpiciferis iacet Cyrenis oraclum Iovis inter aestuosi et Batti veteris sacrum sepulcrum; aut quam sidera multa, cum tacet nox, furtiuos hominum vident amores: tam te basia multa basiare vesano satis et super Catullo est, quae nec pernumerare curiosi possint nec mala fascinare lingua.
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Cage explora esto en 1952 en su notoria composicion 4'33," una obra de tres movimientos en cuya partitura hay una sola palabra: TACET.
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