triple time


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triple time

n. Music
A time or rhythm having three beats to the measure. Also called triple measure.

tri′ple-time′ adj.

triple time

n
(Music, other) musical time with three beats in each bar
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Noun1.triple time - musical time with three beats in each bar
musical time - (music) the beat of musical rhythm
Translations

triple time

n (Mus) → Dreiertakt m
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As a Scottish folk dance in duple time, the reel stands in stark contrast to the triple time hornpipe, a 'uniquely English dance' that 'centred in Derbyshire, Lancashire, and Nottingham'.
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The important thing to remember is that the dance is done in triple time meaning, three steps are performed in two beats (or 4 fast beats).
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